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Ithai Lurie
Ithai Lurie
Financial Economist, U.S. Treasury
Verified email at treasury.gov
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Long-term impacts of childhood Medicaid expansions on outcomes in adulthood
DW Brown, AE Kowalski, IZ Lurie
The Review of Economic Studies 87 (2), 792-821, 2020
230*2020
Millionaire migration and taxation of the elite: Evidence from administrative data
C Young, C Varner, IZ Lurie, R Prisinzano
American Sociological Review 81 (3), 421-446, 2016
1582016
Health insurance and mortality: Experimental evidence from taxpayer outreach
J Goldin, IZ Lurie, J McCubbin
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 136 (1), 1-49, 2021
1022021
Immigrants and employer‐sponsored health insurance
TC Buchmueller, AT Lo Sasso, I Lurie, S Dolfin
Health services research 42 (1p1), 286-310, 2007
882007
The effect of self-employed health insurance subsidies on self-employment
BT Heim, IZ Lurie
Journal of Public Economics 94 (11-12), 995-1007, 2010
812010
Community rating and the market for private non-group health insurance
ATL Sasso, IZ Lurie
Journal of public Economics 93 (1-2), 264-279, 2009
682009
The impact of the affordable care act young adult provision on labor market outcomes: evidence from tax data
B Heim, I Lurie, K Simon
Tax Policy and Economy 29 (1), 133-157, 2015
552015
How safe is primary knee replacement surgery? Perioperative complication rates in Northern Illinois, 1993–1999
J Feinglass, H Amir, P Taylor, I Lurie, LM Manheim, RW Chang
Arthritis Care & Research 51 (1), 110-116, 2004
452004
Does health reform affect self-employment? Evidence from Massachusetts
BT Heim, IZ Lurie
Small Business Economics 43 (4), 917-930, 2014
432014
Do increased premium subsidies affect how much health insurance is purchased? Evidence from the self-employed
BT Heim, IZ Lurie
Journal of Health Economics 28 (6), 1197-1210, 2009
362009
Differences in medical care expenditures for adults with depression compared to adults with major chronic conditions
IZ Lurie, LM Manheim, DD Dunlop
The journal of mental health policy and economics 12 (2), 87, 2009
342009
Did the Affordable Care Act young adult provision affect labor market outcomes? Analysis using tax data
B Heim, I Lurie, K Simon
ILR Review 71 (5), 1154-1178, 2018
312018
The impact of health reform on job mobility: Evidence from Massachusetts
BT Heim, IZ Lurie
American Journal of Health Economics 1 (3), 374-398, 2015
302015
Welfare reform and the decline in the health-insurance coverage of children of non-permanent residents
IZ Lurie
Journal of Health Economics 27 (3), 786-793, 2008
282008
Health savings accounts: growth concentrated among high-income households and large employers
LA Helmchen, DW Brown, IZ Lurie, AT Lo Sasso
Health Affairs 34 (9), 1594-1598, 2015
272015
Differential effect of the state children's health insurance program expansions by children's age
IZ Lurie
Health Services Research 44 (5p1), 1504-1520, 2009
262009
Did reform of the non‐group health insurance market affect the decision to be self‐employed? Evidence from state reforms in the 1990s
BT Heim, IZ Lurie
Health Economics 23 (7), 841-860, 2014
232014
The effect of expanded mental health benefits on treatment initiation and specialist utilization
RC Lindrooth, AT Lo Sasso, IZ Lurie
Health Services Research 40 (4), 1092-1107, 2005
232005
The impact of the Affordable Care Act young adult provision on childbearing: evidence from tax data
B Heim, I Lurie, K Simon
Demography 55 (4), 1233-1243, 2018
222018
The Impact of Insurance Subsidies on Self‐Employment: Do State Non‐Group Health Insurance Regulations Matter?
BT Heim, IZ Lurie
Contemporary Economic Policy 31 (1), 94-109, 2013
182013
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