- Education: Ph.D. Economics, UCLA
- Expertise: Antitrust, health economics, employment, wrongful death
Dr. Tabbush has expertise in health economics and, more broadly, in investments in human capital and in labor economics. He has considerable practical (and testimonial) experience both in the areas of health care economics and management, being the co-founder of the UCLA Health Services Management Center and the director of several executive education programs for health care providers, as well as in the area of compensation and labor economics, having served as the Chairman of the Official Salaries Authority of the City of Los Angeles, as a Civil Service Commissioner for the City of Los Angeles, and as a Commissioner for the State of California on Worker’s Compensation. He serves as a consultant to pharmaceutical companies in the areas of cost-effectiveness, wrongful death, and pricing. He is currently Associate Dean at the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management where he also teaches courses in economic theory. He also is a Faculty Director of the UCLA MD-MBA Program. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from UCLA.