Reza Mahjoub

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Perovskite oxides are a ubiquitous class of functional oxide materials that are used in a variety of nanoscale functional applications. In order to exploit their properties, these materials are often deposited on a dissimilar underlying substrate. A critical consequence of this process is the formation of misfit dislocation arrays at the film-substrate(More)
Heterostructured thin films differing either in their structure, composition, or in both have shown novel magnetic, superconducting, ferroelectric, or electromechanical responses. In the case of ferroelectrics, multilayers or superlattices have displayed enhanced polarization, high dielectric permittivity and in some instances, entirely new structural(More)
We analyze a game-theoretic model of a risk-sharing agreement between a payer and a pharmaceutical firm. The drug manufacturer chooses the price while the payer sets the rebate rate and decides which patients are eligible for treatment. The manufacturer provides the payer with a rebate for nonresponding patients. We generalize on the existing literature, by(More)
Many new drugs, such as biologics and cancer drugs, are very costly. However, their effectiveness outside of clinical trial settings is often uncertain at the time they gain market approval. This uncertainty may reflect a lack of real-world outcomes data, as opposed to clinical trials data, for a typical patient population. A risk-sharing agreement is a(More)
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