Dr. Juliette Roddy is an economist with research that is focused on the Detroit Metropolitan area. Her current projects focus on rational behavior and individual response to policy. She partners with a variety of community agencies including Detroit Health and Wellness Promotion, investigating the economic effects of interventions on individual behavior and health. Dr. Roddy is a registered member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians. She serves on the University of Michigan Ann Arbor’s internal review board, the board of directors for both SHAR (Self Help Addiction Rehabilitation) House and RecoveryPark, and the Michigan Department of Community Health’s Accreditation Efficiencies Task Force.
Dr. Roddy teaches for the University of Michigan Dearborn’s Masters in Public Policy Program, the Health Policy Studies program and the Master’s in Health Information Technology program focusing on the economics of public policy, health policy, evaluation and cost benefit analysis. Her research has been funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Graham Institute for Environmental Sustainability, the University of Michigan Substance Abuse Research Center and the Rackham Graduate School.
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