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Veritas propter investigationem [Truth through research]

Ted Marmor

BA (Harvard, 1960), Graduate Research Fellow (Oxford, 1961-62), PhD (Harvard, 1966) Professor of Public Policy, School of Management, Professor, Department of Political Science, Yale University

Relevant work experience
• Teaching Fellow, Department of Government, Harvard University, 1962-65

• Instructor, Social Studies, Harvard University, 1965-66

• Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Essex and Nuffield College, Oxford, 1966-67

• Assistant and Associate Professor of Political Science, Member, Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin, 1967-70

• Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, University of Minnesota and Associate Dean, School of Public Affairs, 1970-72

• Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago

• Research Fellow, Center for Health Administration, University of Chicago

• Associate Professor, Committee on Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago

• Chairman, Center for Health Studies, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, and Professor of Public Health and Political Science, Yale University

• Professor of Public Policy, School of Management, Professor, Department of Political Science, Yale University, 1983-

• Adjunct Professor of Law, Yale University, 1999-

• Director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s post-doctoral program in Health Policy, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, 1993 -

Other relevant appointments:

• Flinn Foundation Distinguished Scholar in Health Care Management and Policy, Arizona State University, and University of Arizona, 1986

• Member of the Board, National Academy of Social Insurance, 1987-95

• Member, Board, 2030 Center: Social Security Project Advisory Board, 1998

• Visiting Professor, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1996, 2001

• Robert Wood Johnson Investigator Award in Health Policy Research, 2001

• Centennial Visiting Professor, London School of Economics, Spring term 2001-2003

• Visiting Fellow, Hanse Institute, Delmenhorst, Germany 2005-2006

Editorial Responsibilities:

• Advisory Board, Canadian-American Public Policy (CAPP), 2002-

• Editorial Board, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 2002-

• Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 1996-

• Editorial Board, International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 1997-

• Editorial Board, Health Policy/ Ethics/ Health Services Research, 1979-1989

• Editor, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 1980-1984; Board Member, 1984-

Books and edited volumes:

1970 The Politics of Medicare (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd); (Chicago, IL: Aldine-Atherton, 1973); 2nd Edition, Aldine de Gruyter, NY, NY, 2000.

1971 Poverty Policy: A Compendium of Cash Transfer Proposals, editor. (Chicago, IL: Aldine-Atherton).

1980 National Health Insurance: Conflicting Goals and Policy Choices, edited with J. Feder and J. Holohan, (Washington, DC: The Urban Institute).

1982 Health Care Policy: A Political Economy Approach, with Jon B. Christianson, (Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications).

1983 Political Analysis and American Medical Care: Essays, (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press).

1988 The Career of John C. Calhoun: Politician, Social Critic, Political Philosopher (New York, NY: Garland Publishing).

1988 Social Security: Beyond the Rhetoric of Crisis, edited with J.L. Mashaw, (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press).

1990 America's Misunderstood Welfare State: Persistent Myths, Enduring Realities, with Jerry L. Mashaw and Philip L. Harvey. (New York, NY: Basic Books).

1994 Why Are Some People Healthy and Others Not: The Determinants of Health of Populations, edited with Robert E. Evans and Morris L. Barer, (New York, NY & Berlin, Germany: Aldine de Gruyter).

1994 Economic Security and Intergenerational Justice: A Look at North America, edited with Timothy M. Smeeding and Vernon L. Greene, (Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press).

1994 Understanding Health Care Reform, (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press).

1998 Ageing, Social Security and Affordability, edited with Philip R. DeJong, Vol 3, International Studies on Social Security, (England, Ashgate Publishing Ltd).

Selected related publications

1970 “Post-War European Experience with Cash Transfers: Pensions, Child Allowances, and Public Assistance,” (with M. Rein), President's Commission on Income Maintenance, Technical Studies, 3.

1970 “The Politics of Welfare Reform” New Generation, Vol. 52(1), (Winter 1970). Published in somewhat different form as “Nixon's Welfare Reform: A Guaranteed Minimum Income,” with M. Rein, New Society, 400.

1971 “The Conditions for Future Social Policy: Some Political Considerations,” Bulletin No. 8 (Geneva: Switzerland - International Institute for Labor Studies).
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1976 “United States Social Policy on Old Age: Present Patterns and Predictions,” (with Byron Gold and Elizabeth Kutza). In B. L. Neugarten and R. J. Havighurst (eds.), Social Policy, Social Ethics, and the Aging Society (Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office).

1977 “Social Security Reform - A Commentary,” (with R. Harris). In G.S. Tolley and R. V. Burhauser (eds.), Income Support Policies for the Aged (Cambridge: Ballinger Publishing Co.).

1987 “The Development of Welfare States: Interpretations,” a review of The Emergence of the Welfare States, Douglas E. Ashford, London Review of Books.

1988 “ERISA and the American Retirement Income System,” (with N.J. Altman), The American Journal of Tax Policy, Vol. 7(1).

1991 “The Attack on Social Security,” (with J.L. Mashaw and P.L. Harvey), Domestic Affairs, Summer.

1993 “Understanding the Welfare State: Crisis, Critics and Countercritics”, Critical Review, Vol. 7(4).

1995 “Political Analysis and the Welfare State: Can We Learn From History?,” (with J. Oberlander), Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Vol. 20(1).

1996 “The Great Social Security Scare,” (with J.L. Mashaw), The American Prospect.

1997 “Is There a Social Security Crisis?” Sam Beard debates Theodore Marmor and Jerry L. Mashaw, A reply to Sam Beard, American Prospect, No 30.

1997 “Social Security Politics and the Conflict Between Generations: Are We Asking the Right Questions?,” (with F.L. Cook and S. Scher) in Social Security in the 21st Century, edited by E.R. Kingson and J. H. Schulz, (Oxford University Press:New York), pp. 195-207.

1997 “The Case for Social Insurance,” (with Jerry L. Mashaw), The New Majority, edited by S. B. Greenberg and Theda Skocpol, (Yale University Press: New Haven), pp. 78-103.

2000 Individual Choice versus Shared Responsibility: Debate on Social Insurance Reform,” (w/Stuart Butler) in Social Security and Medicare: Individual Risk vs. Collective Responsibility,” editors Sheila Burke, Eric Kingson and Uwe Reinhardt), Brookings Institution Press.

2001 “The Future of Entitlements: How “Future Dread” Distorts the Debate Over Social Security Pensions and Medicare,” (with Jerry L. Mashaw), The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World, Second Edition, edited by Joel Krieger, Oxford University Press.

2002 “The Case for Social Insurance,” Policies for an Aging Society: Confronting the Economic and Political Challenges, editors Stuart Altman and David Shactman, Johns Hopkins University Press, June.

2005 “Understanding For Social Insurance: Fiction, Fact, and Income Security,” with Jerry Mashaw, Health Affairs, forthcoming 2005.