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      For Poorer, In Sickness and
      In Health

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      Sickness and In Health?

      2006-Tax, Regulate, Spend:
      Policy Impacts on Health

      2005-Coverage Impacts
      Across the Lifespan

      2004-Vulnerable Populations

      2004-Consumer Preferences and
      Coverage Choice

      2003-Coverage Dynamics and
      the Uninsured

      2002-Expanding the Dialogue
      on the Uninsured
          Conference Highlights
          Participant List
          Papers Presented

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Ann Arbor Research Conferences

Expanding the Dialogue on the Uninsured

July 8 - 10, 2002
Ann Arbor, Michigan

The papers presented at the 2002 conference constitute the first round of research funded by ERIU. This round of papers came from projects proposed by those who attended ERIU's initial conference, which assessed the questions of what we know and what we don't know about who has and who does not have health insurance in the U.S.

 Conference Highlights | Participant List | Papers Presented
Conference Paper
Bhattacharya, Jay
Schoenbaum, Michael
The Value of the Medicare Benefit for Social Security Disability Insurance Recipients and Applicants (PDF) Moderator: Len Nichols,
Center for Studying Health System Change
Discussant: Aaron Yelowitz,
University of Kentucky
Project Summary
Chernew, Michael
Cutler, David
Keenan, Patricia
Rising Health Care Costs and the Decline in Insurance Coverage (PDF) Moderator: Robert Willis,
University of Michigan
Discussant: Willard Manning,
niversity of Chicago
Project Summary
Gruber, Jonathan
McKnight, Robin
Why Did Employee Health Insurance Contributions Rise? (PDF) Moderator: John Bound,
University of Michigan
Discussant: George Borjas,
Harvard University
Project Summary
Levy, Helen The Economic Consequences of Being Uninsured (PDF) Moderator: Sheldon Danziger,
University of Michigan
Discussant: Jeff Grogger,
University of California, Los Angeles
Project Summary
Pollack, Harold
Davis, Matthew
Danziger, Sheldon
Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care Among Former TANF Recipients (PDF) Moderator: David Williams,
University of Michigan
Discussant: Bobbi Wolfe,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Project Summary
Shapiro, Matthew
Kimball, Miles
Health Insurance and Labor Supply: Evidence from Hypothetical Shocks (PDF) Moderator: Kathy Swartz,
Harvard School of Public Health
Discussants: Roger Feldman,
University of Minnesota
Matthew Dey,
University of Chicago
Project Summary
Weir, David
Willis, Robert
Widowhood, Divorce, and Loss of Health Insurance Among Near-Elderly Women: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study (PDF) Moderator: Charles Brown,
University of Michigan
Discussant: Phil Levine,
Wellesley College
Project Summary