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Employment-Based Coverage research examines issues at the core of the health insurance coverage debate, addressing such topics as the impact of the macroeconomy, premium, and subsidies on coverage.
Bhattacharya, Jayanta
Vogt, William B.
Employment and Adverse Selection in Health Insurance (PDF) 09/04 Abstract
Blumberg, Linda
Cancian, Maria
Do Workers Face Constraints to Sorting Strategically for Employer Sponsored Insurance Offers? (PDF) 06/05 Abstract
Blumberg, Linda
Nichols, Len
Why Are So Many Americans Uninsured? A Conceptual Framework, Summary of the Evidence, and Delineation of the Gaps in Our Knowledge (PDF) 07/02 Abstract
Bundorf, M. Kate
Pauly, Mark V.
The Uninsured: Risk, Income, and “Affordability” of Coverage (PDF) 07/04 Abstract
Cawley, John
Simon, Kosali
The Impact of Macroeconomic Conditions on the Health Insurance Coverage of Americans (PDF) 10/03 Abstract
Research Findings
Dushi, Irena
Honig, Marjorie
Offers or Take-Up: Explaining Minorities' Lower Health Insurance Coverage (PDF) 03/05 Abstract
Research Findings
Ellis, Randall P.
Ma, Albert C. T.
Health Insurance, Expectations, and Job Turnover (PDF) 07/04 Abstract
Gruber, Jonathan
McKnight, Robin
Why Did Employee Health Insurance Contributions Rise? (PDF) 03/02

Research Findings

Gruber, Jonathan
Washington, Ebonya
Subsidies to Employee Health Insurance Premiums and the Health Insurance Market (PDF) 03/03 Abstract
Research Findings
Hill, Steven C.
Kreider, Brent
Partially Identifying Treatment Effects in the Presence of Unobserved Treatments: The Case of Universal Health Insurance (PDF) 12/04 Abstract
Hirth, Richard
Baughman, Reagan
Chernew, Michael
Shelton, Emily C.
The Prevalence of Mismatches between Workers' Preferences and Employers' Insurance Offers (PDF) 11/04 Abstract
Kapur, Kanika
Marquis, Susan
Escarce, Jose
Where Do the Sick Go? Health Insurance and Enrollment in Small and Large Firms (PDF) 07/05 Abstract
Kuttner, Hanns Higher Income Americans Without Health Insurance: Nominally But Not Really A Growing Problem (PDF) 08/05 Abstract
Lang, Kevin
Kang, Hong
Worker Sorting,Taxes and Health Insurance Coverage (PDF) 11/04 Abstract
Lang, Kevin
Kang, Hong
Why Do Firms Offer Multiple Health Plans? (PDF) 11/04 Abstract
LoSasso, Anthony
Lurie, Ithai
Buchmueller, Thomas
Senesky, Sarah
Immigrants and Employer-Provided Health Insurance (PDF) 12/04 Abstract
Research Findings
Maxwell, Nan L.
Paringer, Lynn
Employer-Based Health Insurance and Worker Skills (PDF) 03/05 Abstract
Research Findings
Royalty, Anne Beeson
Abraham, Jean
Health Insurance and Labor Market Outcomes: Joint Decision-Making Within Households (PDF) 01/05 Abstract
Research Findings
Royalty, Anne
Hagens, John
The Effect of Premiums on the Decision to Participate in Health Insurance and Other Fringe Benefits Offered by the Employer: Evidence from a Real-World Experiment (PDF) 07/03 Abstract
Research Findings