Emeritus Professor of Health Policy
Emeritus MMF Distinguished Professor, Political Science and Public Administration
Research interests: Health and Healthcare; Social Policy; Medicaid/Affordable Care Act; Aging; History of Health Care; Health Financing
Since retiring in December 2014, Dr. Brandon has supervised three PhD dissertations and is currently conducting a reading course (“Rethinking State and Workplace: Alternatives to Neoliberalism in Public Policy and Private Appropriation in Political Economy”) for a PPOL doctoral student. He is also serving for a second year on a CIES peer-review committee (“Public/Global Health”) evaluating Fulbright scholar applications. This is in addition to publishing multiple articles and two scholarly book chapters on public health history.