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      2007-Coverage: For Richer,
      For Poorer, In Sickness and
      In Health

      2006-To Have and To Hold, In
      Sickness and In Health?

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

          Conference Highlights
          Participant List
          Papers Presented

      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

      2001-Agenda Setting

Washington D.C. Joint Conference   
       Health Insurance   
      Congressional Testimony
      ERIU Book Release


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Ann Arbor Research Conferences

Tax, Regulate, Spend: Policy Impacts on Health Insurance

July 17 - 18, 2006
Ann Arbor, Michigan

Each of the tools of public policy - taxation, regulation, and public spending - have been applied to health insurance. The eight papers presented at this conference examine health insurance consequences of each tool and range from large scale impacts of tax treatment of health insurance to the impact of private companies on outreach for public health insurance programs.

 Conference Highlights | Participant List | Papers Presented