David C. Warner's major teaching and research interests are in economics, health policy, and health finance. A graduate of Princeton University and Syracuse University (Ph.D. in economics), he formerly taught at Wayne State University and Yale University and was Deputy Director of the Office of Program Analysis of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation.
Professor Warner has served as a consultant to a number of organizations in the health sector, and for six years was a member of the Board of Directors of Austin's Brackenridge Municipal Hospital. In addition, he was Chairman of the Texas Diabetes Council from January 1985 to December 1989. He has also served on several editorial and advisory boards and been appointed to other state level advisory committees.
At the LBJ School, Professor
Warner has directed policy research projects on a variety of health
and mental health topics. Among his publications are Toward New Human
Rights, more than forty articles and book chapters, and sixteen books,
monographs, and policy research project reports. He is currently working
on projects related to improving health insurance coverage, the integration
of the U.S. and Mexican health care systems, diabetes policy, public
health funding, and U.S.-Mexico border health.
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