The healthcare sector consists of businesses that provide medical services, manufacture medical equipment or drugs, provide medical insurance, or otherwise facilitate the provision of healthcare to patients. Economically, healthcare markets are marked by a few distinct factors. Government intervention in healthcare markets and activities is pervasive, in part due to some of these economic factors. Demand for healthcare services is highly price inelastic. Consumers and producers face inherent uncertainties regarding needs, outcomes, and the costs of services. Patients, providers, and other industry players possess widely asymmetric information and principal-agent problems are ubiquitous.

Anna Jin


Anna Jin is a second year Economics student at LSE. She is currently heading the Healthcare team having previously served as an analyst in the TMT division. 

After completing spring internships at BNP Paribas, RBC and Bank of America she has elected to join the Global Markets division at Bank of America as a Summer Analyst in 2024.

Arav Kacker


Arav Kacker is a 3rd year Finance and Economics student at the New York University Stern School of Business. He has completed internships across Venture Capital, M&A Advisory, and Asset Management.


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