Student Fellow Alumnus
Blaine Saito is a joint degree candidate in law and public policy at Harvard Law School and the Kennedy School of Government. His research interest centers on the intersection of taxation and health policy. In particular, his writing examines how the tax code effectively or ineffectively manages our health care financing system. Blaine also has more general interests in tax and health care financing. The research paper Blaine completed during his student fellowship is titled Exercising Complete Dominion: Taxing Employer Sponsored Insurance Benefits. He is currently finalizing the manuscript for submission to professional law and policy journals.