Andrew W. Mulcahy

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Policy Researcher; Associate Research Department Director, Economics, Sociology, and Statistics Department
Washington Office


Ph.D. in health care management and economics, The Wharton School; M.P.P. in health policy, The Johns Hopkins University; A.B. in molecular biology and public policy, Princeton University


Andrew Mulcahy is a policy researcher and associate director for the Economics, Sociology, and Statistics Department at the RAND Corporation. He has expertise in the study of U.S. and global pharmaceutical markets and focuses primarily on supply-side issues of R&D organization and management, intellectual property policy and other incentives for R&D, and pricing and reimbursement considerations. More broadly, Mulcahy's research interests include comparative (international) health care systems, insurance coverage policy, and the measurement of value in health care. He earned his Ph.D. at the Wharton School's Health Care Management and Economics program, his M.P.P. at the Johns Hopkins University with a concentration in health policy, and his A.B. in molecular biology and public policy at Princeton University.