Professor De La O's research interests include causes and consequences of redistribution, politics of public goods provision, effects of anti-poverty programs on the political behavior of recipients in developing countries, particularly Latin America, and the use of field experimental research methods. We talk with Professor De La O about her recent research on the politics of conditional cash transfers in Latin America.
The most profitable industry in the world. Oncologists make 2 million dollars a year. Why should they tell you what they do is wrong? Put in jeopardy all the years of schooling and money spent there learning what the pharmaceutical companies want them to know?