Economic Incentives Can Increase Blood Donations, Carey’s Mario Macis Finds in New Study


While U.S. hospitals struggle to maintain adequate blood supplies, a new study co-authored by Mario Macis of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School shows that economic incentives can significantly increase donations from the public.  

Read article here in, and here in Yahoo! News.

Posted on December 21, 2011 In MBA/MS in Applied Economics, News Item, Research Story, Alumni, Current Students, Faculty, Partners, Staff