Doctoral Student

Rezwan Haque

Rezwan Haque is a Ph.D. Candidate in Business Economics at Harvard University. His research  interests include health economics and organizational economics, with a particular emphasis on the strategy and operations of health care provider organizations. His recent work has focused on the productivity impacts of process innovations in US hospitals such as the deployment of electronic medical records and the adoption of hospitalist programs.

Rezwan graduated with an AB in Economics from Harvard College. For more information, please visit 
Rezwan Haque's website.
Rezwan Haque is a Ph.D. Candidate in Business Economics at Harvard University. His research  interests include health economics and organizational economics, with a particular emphasis on the strategy and operations of health care provider organizations. His recent work has focused on the productivity impacts of process innovations in US hospitals such as the deployment of electronic medical records and the adoption of hospitalist programs.

Rezwan graduated with an AB in Economics from Harvard College. For more information, please visit 
Rezwan Haque's website.