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Designing difference in difference studies: best practices for public health policy research
C Wing, K Simon, RA Bello-Gomez
Annual review of public health 39 (1), 453-469, 2018
13672018
Determinants of disparities in early COVID-19 job losses
L Montenovo, X Jiang, F Lozano-Rojas, I Schmutte, K Simon, ...
Demography 59 (3), 827-855, 2022
6412022
The impact of health insurance on preventive care and health behaviors: evidence from the first two years of the ACA Medicaid expansions
K Simon, A Soni, J Cawley
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 36 (2), 390-417, 2017
5612017
Crowd-out 10 years later: Have recent public insurance expansions crowded out private health insurance?
J Gruber, K Simon
Journal of health economics 27 (2), 201-217, 2008
4402008
Macroeconomic conditions and opioid abuse
A Hollingsworth, CJ Ruhm, K Simon
Journal of health economics 56, 222-233, 2017
4072017
Tracking public and private responses to the COVID-19 epidemic: evidence from state and local government actions
S Gupta, T Nguyen, S Raman, B Lee, F Lozano-Rojas, A Bento, K Simon, ...
American Journal of Health Economics 7 (4), 361-404, 2021
4032021
Effects of federal policy to insure young adults: evidence from the 2010 Affordable Care Act's dependent-coverage mandate
YA Antwi, AS Moriya, K Simon
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 5 (4), 1-28, 2013
3622013
Evidence from internet search data shows information-seeking responses to news of local COVID-19 cases
AI Bento, T Nguyen, C Wing, F Lozano-Rojas, YY Ahn, K Simon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (21), 11220-11222, 2020
3232020
Effects of social distancing policy on labor market outcomes
S Gupta, L Montenovo, T Nguyen, F Lozano‐Rojas, I Schmutte, K Simon, ...
Contemporary economic policy 41 (1), 166-193, 2023
2582023
Access to health insurance and the use of inpatient medical care: Evidence from the Affordable Care Act young adult mandate
YA Antwi, AS Moriya, KI Simon
Journal of health economics 39, 171-187, 2015
1962015
Older adults prefer less choice than young adults.
AE Reed, JA Mikels, KI Simon
Psychology and aging 23 (3), 671, 2008
1762008
Medicaid expansion did not result in significant employment changes or job reductions in 2014
A Gooptu, AS Moriya, KI Simon, BD Sommers
Health affairs 35 (1), 111-118, 2016
1712016
Medicare Part D's effects on elderly drug costs and utilization
JD Ketcham, K Simon
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2008
1602008
Is the cure worse than the problem itself? Immediate labor market effects of COVID-19 case rates and school closures in the US
FL Rojas, X Jiang, L Montenovo, KI Simon, BA Weinberg, C Wing
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
1592020
Effects of state COVID-19 closure policy on non-COVID-19 health care utilization
E Ziedan, KI Simon, C Wing
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
1512020
Adverse selection in health insurance markets? Evidence from state small-group health insurance reforms
KI Simon
Journal of Public Economics 89 (9-10), 1865-1877, 2005
1422005
The impact of income on the weight of elderly Americans
J Cawley, J Moran, K Simon
Health Economics 19 (8), 979-993, 2010
1372010
Effect of Medicaid expansions of 2014 on overall and early-stage cancer diagnoses
A Soni, K Simon, J Cawley, L Sabik
American journal of public health 108 (2), 216-218, 2018
1352018
The impact of the macroeconomy on health insurance coverage: Evidence from the great recession
J Cawley, AS Moriya, K Simon
Health economics 24 (2), 206-223, 2015
1322015
Do minimum wages affect non-wage job attributes? Evidence on fringe benefits
KI Simon, R Kaestner
ILR Review 58 (1), 52-70, 2004
1272004
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