A graduate of the University of Chicago and the University of California, Berkeley, Howard P. Greenwald is a sociologist with interests in program evaluation, survey research, organizational behavior, health care systems, and marketing. Recent publications include “Public Responses to a Comprehensive Smoking Ban” (Drugs and Alcohol Yoday, 2015), “Quality of Life and Disparities Among Long-Term Cervical Cancer Survivors” (Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 2014), Health Care in the United States: Organization, Management, and Policy (Jossey-Bass, 2010), and Organizations: Management Without Control (Sage, 2007). Dr. Greenwald’s current research focuses on organization and politics of health care in Canada, community policing, and food systems. Read more.
Expertise: cost and quality of health care; managerial and policy-making roles in health care; cancer detection and treatment; health care in Hispanic communities; pain management; public opinion; public policy on health services delivery; political sociology.