Amy Finkelstein
Amy Finkelstein
Professor of Economics, MIT
Verified email at mit.edu
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The Oregon health insurance experiment: evidence from the first year
A Finkelstein, S Taubman, B Wright, M Bernstein, J Gruber, JP Newhouse, ...
The Quarterly journal of economics 127 (3), 1057-1106, 2012
14182012
The Oregon experiment—effects of Medicaid on clinical outcomes
K Baicker, SL Taubman, HL Allen, M Bernstein, JH Gruber, JP Newhouse, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 368 (18), 1713-1722, 2013
10502013
Multiple dimensions of private information: evidence from the long-term care insurance market
A Finkelstein, K McGarry
American Economic Review 96 (4), 938-958, 2006
906*2006
Adverse selection in insurance markets: Policyholder evidence from the UK annuity market
A Finkelstein, J Poterba
Journal of Political Economy 112 (1), 183-208, 2004
8302004
E-ztax: Tax Salience and Tax Rates
A Finkelstein
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 124 (3), 969-1010, 2009
6882009
Why is the market for long-term care insurance so small?
JR Brown, A Finkelstein
Journal of public Economics 91 (10), 1967-1991, 2007
593*2007
Medicaid increases emergency-department use: evidence from Oregon's Health Insurance Experiment
SL Taubman, HL Allen, BJ Wright, K Baicker, AN Finkelstein
Science 343 (6168), 263-268, 2014
5602014
The aggregate effects of health insurance: Evidence from the introduction of Medicare
A Finkelstein
The quarterly journal of economics 122 (1), 1-37, 2007
5402007
Selection effects in the United Kingdom individual annuities market
A Finkelstein, J Poterba
The Economic Journal 112 (476), 28-50, 2002
526*2002
The interaction of public and private insurance: Medicaid and the long-term care insurance market
JR Brown, A Finkelstein
American Economic Review 98 (3), 1083-1102, 2008
5252008
What good is wealth without health? The effect of health on the marginal utility of consumption
A Finkelstein, EFP Luttmer, MJ Notowidigdo
Journal of the European Economic Association 11 (suppl_1), 221-258, 2013
4822013
What did Medicare do? The initial impact of Medicare on mortality and out of pocket medical spending
A Finkelstein, R McKnight
Journal of public economics 92 (7), 1644-1668, 2008
466*2008
Selection on moral hazard in health insurance
L Einav, A Finkelstein, SP Ryan, P Schrimpf, MR Cullen
American Economic Review 103 (1), 178-219, 2013
4072013
Estimating welfare in insurance markets using variation in prices
L Einav, A Finkelstein, MR Cullen
The quarterly journal of economics 125 (3), 877-921, 2010
3962010
Estimating welfare in insurance markets using variation in prices
L Einav, A Finkelstein, MR Cullen
The quarterly journal of economics 125 (3), 877-921, 2010
3942010
Selection in insurance markets: Theory and empirics in pictures
L Einav, A Finkelstein
Journal of Economic Perspectives 25 (1), 115-38, 2011
3332011
Sources of geographic variation in health care: Evidence from patient migration
A Finkelstein, M Gentzkow, H Williams
The quarterly journal of economics 131 (4), 1681-1726, 2016
3152016
Static and dynamic effects of health policy: Evidence from the vaccine industry
A Finkelstein
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 119 (2), 527-564, 2004
285*2004
Preference heterogeneity and insurance markets: Explaining a puzzle of insurance
DM Cutler, A Finkelstein, K McGarry
American Economic Review 98 (2), 157-62, 2008
2832008
Income and health spending: Evidence from oil price shocks
D Acemoglu, A Finkelstein, MJ Notowidigdo
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (4), 1079-1095, 2013
2822013
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