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Sebastian Bauhoff

Research Fellow

Health economics, health financing and payment, results-based financing, social protection


PhD in Health Policy/Economics, Harvard University; Master in Public Administration in International Development, Harvard University


Sebastian Bauhoff is a research fellow at the Center for Global Development.  He is a health economist studying competitive health-care markets, provider behavior, and policies to improve risk protection.  Bauhoff’s current research focuses on innovative payment systems, such as results-based financing, and accountability interventions, such as citizen report cards.  His prior work includes quantitative evaluations of medical insurance in Georgia; a voucher program in India; and performance-based financing in Rwanda.

Bauhoff completed a PhD in Health Policy/Economics and a MPA in International Development at Harvard University.  From 2011-2014, he worked as economist at the RAND Corporation and served on the faculty of the Pardee RAND Graduate School.

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