F. Reed Johnson
Distinguished Fellow and Principal Economist
F. Reed Johnson, PhD, is a principal economist at RTI with more than 35 years of academic and research experience in health and environmental economics. He has served on the faculty of several universities in the United States, Canada, and Sweden. As a staff member in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's environmental economics research program during the 1980s, Dr. Johnson helped pioneer the development of basic nonmarket valuation techniques. These techniques are now widely used for cost-benefit analysis in health and environmental economics. Dr. Johnson has more than 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals and has coauthored a book on techniques for using existing environmental and health value estimates for policy analysis. His current research involves estimating general time equivalences among health states and patients' willingness to accept side-effect risks in return for therapeutic benefits.
PhD, Economics, State University of New York, Stony Brook; MA, Economics, State University of New York, Stony Brook; BA, Economics, Occidental College.
Hauber, A.B., Arden, N.K., Mohamed, A.F., Johnson, F.R., Peloso, P.M., Watson, D.J., et al. (Feb 2013)
Johnson, F.R., Lancsar, E., Marshall, D., Kilambi, V., Muhlbacher, A., Regier, D.A., et al. (Jan 2013)
Ozdemir, S., & Johnson, F.R. (Jan 2013)
Arden, N.K., Hauber, A.B., Mohamed, A.F., Johnson, F.R., Peloso, P.M., Watson, D.J., et al. (May 2012)
Mohamed, A.F., Johnson, F.R., Hauber, A.B., Lescrauwaet, B., & Masterson, A. (Apr 2012)