Kamran Nayeri

research economist at UC Berkeley

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Economist at the University of California, Berkeley's Survey Research Center

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Despite Cuba's economic troubles, its health system has been called "one of world's best public services" by the BBC, "a shining example" by the Kaiser Family Foundation, and "the envy…

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Despite Cuba's economic troubles, its health system has been called "one of world's best public services" by the BBC, "a shining example" by the Kaiser Family Foundation, and "the envy…

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