When U.S. Funding For Neglected Disease Research Increases, Other Countries’ Funding Falls, Research Shows

Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business: When the U.S. Spends More on Fighting a Disease, the Rest of the World Spends Less
In new research, David Ridley, professor and faculty director of Duke’s Health Sector Management program, finds that “a 10 percent increase in U.S. funding [for research into neglected disease treatments] was associated with a 2-3 percent reduction by other governments. It is the first time the effects of changes in U.S. research funding on other countries has been measured” (12/14).

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