Boychuk has studied hospitals and health policies in the U.S. and Canada. 

He is the author of The Making and Meaning of Hospital Policy in the United States and
Canada, a comparative history of American and Canadian health policy that explains why
movements for national health insurance have failed in the U.S. and flourished in Canada. 

Boychuck has also researched the historical transformation of American philanthropy in
the 19th and 20th centuries. 

EDUCATION: BA Carleton College;MA Princeton University; PhD Princeton University. 

Boychuk has been teaching at Macalester since 1996 

Journal Articles


Civil Society, Democracy, and Peace, Macalester International (2009)


After Medicare: Regionalization and Canadian Health Care Reform, Canadian Bulletin of Medical History (2009)


Civil Society, Democracy, and Peace, Macalester International (2009)


Big Society, Small Government, Macalester International (2007)


Contributions to Books/Essays

Public Policy and the Rise of Private Pensions: The U.S. Experience since 1930, The Privatization of Social Policy? : occupational welfare and the welfare state in America, Scandinavia, and Japan (1996)

Book Reviews


Wasting away: The undermining of Canadian health care, Contemporary Sociology- A Journal of Reviews (1997)