Associate Professor of Markets, Public Policy & Law Rena Conti was recently featured in a New York Times article on how the private sector has impacted the development of a COVID-19 vaccine. Specifically, Rena addresses how medical professionals have acted quickly to provide information about the vaccine.
“We’ve watched physicians, scientists, and technologists completely step up to the charge here and promote information sharing, promote good practices, promote messaging around what’s effective, what’s safe, and what’s possible.”
This article looks at the role that public-private partnerships have in building enough scale to produce and distribute the vaccine. Read the full piece here.