The problems that afflict the global poor are numerous. When selecting targets, we look for issues for which our unusual approach, combined with the experience of our personnel, may give us a comparative advantage. This orientation has prompted us to concentrate (for the time being) on four projects:
Reimagining incentives and systems that affect access to medicine.
Incentivizing investment in research, development, and delivery to stimulate innovation that serves the global poor.
Finding opportunities to reconcile commercial and public interests through trade policies that promote global access to technologies.
Creating actionable strategies to improve future responses to public health emergencies.