Kurt Schuler and Marc Joffe wrote an article explaining why ending the kidney shortage by allowing compensation for donors beats a referendum proposal in California to limit the profits of dialysis corporations (March 27, 2018)

The annual meeting of the American Economic Association (Philadelphia, January 5, 2018) had a session on organ markets and organ allocation

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has withdrawn  its regulation forbidding compensation fo bone marrow donors (August 1, 2017; see also this story )

Sally Satel spoke on the EconTalk podcast (July 25, 2017); here is an earlier EconTalk podcast by another guest on compensation for kidney donors in Iran, which has no shortage of kidneys

Sally Satel and Alan Viard have an article in  Tax Notes  that discusses the mechanics of a tax credit for organ donors (June 12, 2017)

We gave a presentation on Capitol Hill to Congressional staff and other interested parties on May 22, 2017

Sally Satel and Kurt Schuler wrote an article how people with intellectual disabilities who need organ transplants would particularly benefit from an increase in the number of donors (March 27, 2017)