Keynes and Bown speak with Alice Fulwood (The Economist) about what is behind the $150 billion of annual trade in blood plasma products. They cut through the mystery of the exploding trade flows by explaining technological advancements, value-added, regulatory differences across countries that affect supply and demand, and intriguing developments and patterns of the industry’s cross-border supply chains.
- Alice Fulwood. 2018. Blood money. The Economist, 12 May.
- Henry G. Grabowski and Richard L. Manning. 2016. An Economic Analysis of Global Policy Proposals to Prohibit Compensation of Blood Plasma Donors. International Journal of the Economics of Business.