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  • BRG white paper, December 2018

    The 340B Drug Discount Program has expanded significantly in recent years. In 2017, 340B covered entities purchased more than $19 billion in drugs at the 340B price, representing 114 percent growth since 2014. Against this backdrop, the program has come under increased scrutiny from legislators, government agencies, and independent researchers.

  • BRG Review, Winter 2018

    Greg Russo writes about government use of data to identify fraud, and how providers may seek to use data and analyses to monitor risk and respond to government investigations.

  • BRG Review, Winter 2018

    Audrey Boles, Sam Brott, and Michele Martin write about the history and evolution of thinking about market definition in the United States; and how economists have crafted both empirical and theoretical methods that could be used to define antitrust markets to aid inquiry into competitive effects.

  • BRG Review, Winter 2018

    Tito Cardoso proposes a self-financing strategy to provide continuity of investments in scenarios of restricted access to capital. The strategy divides project scope into individual units capable of autonomous production, implemented sequentially in phases.

  • BRG Review Vol. 7, Winter 2018

    This issue includes papers on the role of data analytics in fraud investigations in healthcare; reviews of five papers regarding market definition for use in antitrust investigations and litigation; and a strategy for investment that firms may employ when facing restricted access to capital.

  • BRG Retail, December 7, 2018

    As retailers head into the ‘homestretch’ this holiday season, they need to be wary of heavy promotional activity. They want to stay competitive but watch the impact to margins. A number of retailers have expressed concerns about how much the big promotions are affecting their margins. Bottom-line numbers for Q4—as we saw last year—could take a hit.

  • Legaltech News, December 3, 2018

    David Kalat writes about how Arthur C. Clarke, the author of 2001: A Space Odyssey, witnessed a computer "sing" and was inspired to add a scene to to his novel.

  • Inside Higher Ed, November 20, 2018

    David Teece and Stefano Falconi write about dynamic capabilities and ecological fitness, and the potential for institutions to be effective, agile, and entrepreneurial.

  • Risk Analysis, November 19, 2018

    Carl Danner writes about risk assessment approaches in safety oversight of large-scale energy and water infrastructure and transportation systems by public utility regulatory agencies.

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