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Affiliates’ Research in Medical and Other Journals

By staff reporters

Many NBER-affiliated researchers publish some of their findings in medical and other journals that preclude pre-publication distribution. This makes it impossible to include these papers in the NBER Working Paper Series. This is a partial listing of recent papers in this category by NBER affiliates.

Health-Related Papers

1. Incorporating Prescription Drug Utilization Information into the Marketplace Risk Adjustment Model Improves Payment Accuracy and Reduces Adverse Selection Incentives
Xu J, Trish E, Joyce GMedical Care Research and Review, August 2019.
2. Hospital Response to CMS Public Reports of Hospital Charge Information
Carey K, Dor AMedical Care 58(1), October 2019, pp. 70–73.
3. Estimating Causal Effects of Particulate Matter Regulation on Mortality
Sanders NJBarreca AINeidell MJEpidemiology 31(2), March 2020, pp. 160–167.
4. Specialty Substance Use Disorder Treatment Admissions Steadily Increased in the Four Years after Medicaid Expansion
Saloner B, Maclean JCHealth Affairs 39(3), March 2020, pp. 453–461.
5. The ACA’s Impact on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Insurance Coverage and Access to Care
Buchmueller TCLevy HGHealth Affairs 39(3), March 2020, pp. 395–402.
6. Association of Regional Practice Environment Intensity and the Ability of Internists to Practice High-Value Care after Residency
Weng W, Van Parys J, Lipner RS, Skinner JS, Sirovich BE. JAMA Network Open 3(4), April 2020, e202494.
7. School and Community Involvement of Adolescents with Chronic Health Conditions
Noonan K, Reichman NE, Corman H, Jiménez ME. Journal of Adolescent Health, April 2020.
8. Health Insurance Surcharges for Tobacco Use Declined among Small Employers in 2018
Bains J, Pesko MF, Maclean JC, Lê Cook B. Health Affairs 39(5), May 2020, pp. 871–875.
9. Effects of a Natural Disaster on Mortality Risks over the Longer Term
Frankenberg E, Sumantri C, Thomas DNature Sustainability, May 2020.
10.   Estimating the Infection Fatality Rate among Symptomatic COVID-19 Cases in the United States
Basu AHealth Affairs 39(5), May 2020.



11.  Genomic Analysis of Diet Composition Finds Novel Loci and Associations with Health and Lifestyle
Meddens SFW, de Vlaming R, Bowers P, Burik CAP, Linnér RK, Lee C, Okbay A, Turley P, Rietveld CA, Fontana MA, Ghanbari M, Imamura F, McMahon G, van der Most PJ, Voortman T, Wade KH, Anderson EL, Braun KVE, Emmett PM, Esko T, Gonzalez JR, Kiefte-de Jong JC, Langenberg C, Luan J, Muka T, Ring S, Rivadeneira F, Snieder H, van Rooij RJA, Wolffenbuttel BHR, 23andMe Research Team, Epic InterAct Consortium, Lifelines Cohort Study, Smith GD, Franco OH, Forouhi NG, Ikram MA, Uitterlinden AG, van Vliet-Ostaptchouk JV, Wareham NJ, Cesarini D, Harden KP, Lee JJ, Benjamin DJ, Chow CC, Koellinger PD. Molecular Psychiatry 39(5), May 2020.
12.  Effects of a Workplace Wellness Program on Employee Health, Health Beliefs, and Medical Use: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Reif JChan DJones D, Payne L, Molitor DJAMA Internal Medicine, May 2020.
13.  The Effect of Medicaid Expansion on Prescriptions for Breast Cancer Hormonal Therapy Medications
Maclean JC, Halpern MT, Hill SC, Pesko MF. Health Services Research 55(3), June 2020, pp. 399–410.
14. Evidence Generation, Decision Making, and Consequent Growth in Health Disparities
Basu A, Gujral K. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117(25), June 2020, pp. 14042–14051.
Other Papers
1. Differential Fertility Makes Society More Conservative on Family Values
Vogl TS, Freese J. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117(14), April 2020, pp. 7696–7701.
2. Religious Institutions and Economic Well-Being
Hungerman DHow Cultural Factors Shape Children’s Economic Outcomes, Kearney MS, Haskins R, editors. The Future of Children 30(1), June 2020, pp. 9–28.
3. Role Models, Mentors, and Media Influences
Kearney MSLevine PBHow Cultural Factors Shape Children’s Economic Outcomes, Kearney MS, Haskins R, editors. The Future of Children 30(1), June 2020, pp. 83–106.
4. Peer and Family Effects in Work and Program Participation
Dahl GBHow Cultural Factors Shape Children’s Economic Outcomes, Kearney MS, Haskins R, editors. The Future of Children 30(1), June 2020, pp. 107–126.
5. Social Capital, Networks, and Economic Well-Being
Hellerstein JKNeumark DHow Cultural Factors Shape Children’s Economic Outcomes, Kearney MS, Haskins R, editors. The Future of Children 30(1), June 2020, pp. 127–152.
6. How Discrimination and Bias Shape Outcomes
Lang K, Kahn-Lang Spitzer A. How Cultural Factors Shape Children’s Economic Outcomes, Kearney MS, Haskins R, editors. The Future of Children 30(1), June 2020, pp. 165–186.


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