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Research Topic: Demand for Health Insurance

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Demand for Health Insurance research looks at the factors influencing individual and household decisions to obtain health insurance to understand what makes them more or less likely to do so.
Bundorf, M. Kate
Pauly, Mark V.
The Uninsured: Risk, Income, and "Affordability" of Coverage (PDF) 07/04 Abstract
Dey, Matthew
Flinn, Christopher
Health Insurance and Household Search (PDF) 11/05 Abstract
Kuttner, Hanns Higher Income Americans Without Health Insurance: Nominally But Not Really A Growing Problem (PDF) 08/05 Abstract
Monheit, Alan C.
Vistnes, Jessica Primoff
Health Insurance Enrollment Decisions: Understanding the Role of Preferences for Coverage (PDF) 07/04 Abstract
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Royalty, Anne Beeson
Abraham, Jean M.
Health Insurance and Labor Market Outcomes: Joint Decision-Making Within Households (PDF) 01/05 Abstract
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Shapiro, Matthew
Kimball, Miles
Eliciting Information on Household's Perceived Value of Health Insurance 08/06 Abstract