R.I.P Uwe Reinhardt PhD

Good-Bye Professor Reinhardt

By Dr. David Ewdard Marcinko MBA CMP™



Uwe Reinhardt PhD, the famed economist and James Madison professor of political economy and health economics at Princeton University in New Jersey, died this week after an undisclosed illness.

Here is his obituary from colleague Austin Frakt PhD.



Along with Ken Arrow PhD, Uwe was a professional hero of mine. And, although I never met him, I did cite and quote him in several of my books, white-papers and texts. In fact, he wrote and e-mailed me several times, with words of encouragement, throughout my career.

Robert Pine said it well, when he noted:

“What we have done for ourselves is soon forgotten but what we have done for others remains and is immortal.”

Rest in peace my friend.


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2 Responses

  1. Rest in peace Professor Uwe Reinhardt.
    -Muhammad Anees


  2. Remembering Uwe
    Hope Hetico RN MHA


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