TIE-U (for “university”) are series of blog posts associated with a specific university course. Past and current TIE-U offerings are listed below. Click on the links to for indexes of posts associated with each class.
- Fall 2011: Jonathan Oberlander’s Political Dynamics and Policy Dilemmas (UNC’s HPM 757)
- Spring 2012: Jonathan Kolstad’s Wharton School course The Economics of Health Care and Policy (Penn’s HCMG 903-001)
- Fall 2012: Karoline Mortensen’s Introduction to Health Systems (Univ. of MD’s HLSA 601)
- Fall 2015: Nicholas Bagley’s Health Reform and Its Legal Consequences (Univ. of Michigan’s Law 866)