Mark Stabile

Mark Stabile is Professor of Economics at
Sciences Po in France. He was past Director of the School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Toronto and Associate Professor of Economics at the Rotman School of Management. He is also a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge Massachusetts and a fellow at the Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis, Italy.

From 2003-2005 he was the Senior Policy Advisor to the Ontario Minister of Finance where he worked on health, education, and tax policy. He has been a visiting faculty member at Princeton University, the University of Chicago and Columbia University. His recent work focuses on the economics of child health and development, the public/ private mix in the financing of health care, and tax policy and health insurance.

He has advised the Senate of Canada, Health Canada, and the Ontario Ministry of Health, among others, on health care reform. He is co-editor of Exploring Social Insurance: Can a Dose of Europe Cure Canadian Health Care Finance, published in 2008 by the McGill- Queen’s University Press. Professor Stabile received his Ph.D. from Columbia University and his BA from the University of Toronto.

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Commentaries by Dr. Mark Stabile:

Are medications helping or hurting children with ADHD? // Les médicaments aident-ils les enfants ayant un trouble d’hyperactivité avec déficit de l’attention, ou leur nuisent-ils ?
What problem do we believe private health insurance is going to fix?  // Quels problèmes la privatisation de la santé était-elle censée régler, déjà ?
Cuts to Statistics Canada a costly error // Les coupes à Statistique Canada : une erreur coûteuse
Why other provinces may follow Ontario’s lead in reducing physician fees
// Pourquoi les autres provinces pourraient emboîter le pas à l’Ontario et réduire les honoraires payés aux médecins

Posters by Dr. Mark Stabile:

Are medications helping or hurting children with ADHD?

“Over the past twenty years, mental disabilities have overtaken physical disabilities as the leading cause of activity limitations in children.”

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Are medications helping or hurting children with ADHD?

“Our research finds no educational improvements in children on ADHD medications, and higher rates of depression and anxiety.”

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“Overall, health systems in other countries that have private insurance have had to continue to grapple with issues of costs and access, much as we do here in Canada.”

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Les médicaments aident-ils les enfants ayant un trouble d’hyperactivité avec déficit de l’attention, ou leur nuisent-ils ?

« Nos résultats ne relèvent aucune amélioration du rendement scolaire chez les enfants prenant des médicaments destinés au traitement des troubles d’hyperactivité avec déficit de l’attention, mais démontrent une augmentation des taux d’anxiété et de dépression. »

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Les médicaments aident-ils les enfants ayant un trouble d’hyperactivité avec déficit de l’attention, ou leur nuisent-ils ?

« Au cours des vingt dernières années, les troubles mentaux ont surpassé les déficiences physiques en tant que principale cause de limitation des activités chez l’enfant. »

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