Sebastian Bauhoff is an associate economist at the RAND Corporation and a professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. His research focuses competitive health care markets, payment systems and regulation in the United States and internationally. His recent work includes an audit study of risk selection in the German Social Health Insurance and a comparative study of the adoption of cost-saving innovations through pharmaceutical pricing mechanisms in Germany and the UK. Previous projects include quasi-experimental evaluations of the impact of the Republic of Georgia's medical insurance program on risk protection and provider responsiveness. Bauhoff holds a Ph.D. in health policy and economics from Harvard University.