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Mark Shepard
Mark Shepard
Assistant Professor, Harvard Kennedy School
Verified email at hks.harvard.edu - Homepage
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Subsidizing health insurance for low-income adults: Evidence from Massachusetts
A Finkelstein, N Hendren, M Shepard
American Economic Review 109 (4), 1530-67, 2019
1612019
Hospital network competition and adverse selection: evidence from the Massachusetts health insurance exchange
M Shepard
American Economic Review 112 (2), 578-615, 2022
1602022
Price-linked subsidies and health insurance markups
S Jaffe, M Shepard
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 12 (3), 279-311, 2020
73*2020
Improving quality and value in the US health care system
A McKethan, M Shepard, SL Kocot, N Brennan, M Morrison, N Nguyen, ...
Bipartisan Policy Center, August, 2009
272009
The two margin problem in insurance markets
M Geruso, TJ Layton, G McCormack, M Shepard
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-46, 2019
262019
Comparing quality of care in the Medicare program.
N Brennan, M Shepard
The American journal of managed care 16 (11), 841-848, 2010
232010
Public financing of the Medicare program will make its uniform structure increasingly costly to sustain
K Baicker, M Shepard, J Skinner
Health Affairs 32 (5), 882-890, 2013
222013
Health plan payment in US marketplaces: regulated competition with a weak mandate
TJ Layton, E Montz, M Shepard
Risk Adjustment, Risk Sharing and Premium Regulation in Health Insurance …, 2018
192018
Health plan payment in medicaid managed care: A hybrid model of regulated competition
TJ Layton, A Ndikumana, M Shepard
Risk Adjustment, Risk Sharing and Premium Regulation in Health Insurance …, 2018
182018
Social Security Claiming and the Annuity Puzzle
M Shepard
Harvard University working paper, 2011
10*2011
Does one medicare fit all? the economics of uniform health insurance benefits
M Shepard, K Baicker, J Skinner
Tax Policy and the Economy 34 (1), 1-41, 2020
92020
An expanded model of health and retirement
DM Cutler, JB Liebman, M Shepard, S Smyth
National Bureau of Economic Research. Online at http://www. nber. org …, 2007
92007
Can automatic retention improve health insurance market outcomes?
A McIntyre, M Shepard, M Wagner
AEA Papers and Proceedings 111, 560-66, 2021
72021
Reducing ordeals through automatic enrollment: Evidence from a subsidized health insurance exchange
M Shepard, M Wagner
Working paper, Harvard University.(link), 2021
72021
Unobserved heterogeneity, state dependence, and health plan choices
A Pakes, JR Porter, M Shepard, S Calder-Wang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
42021
The evolution of health insurer costs in Massachusetts, 2010–2012
K Ho, A Pakes, M Shepard
Review of industrial organization 53 (1), 117-137, 2018
32018
Why did employer coverage fall in Massachusetts after the ACA? Potential consequences of a changing employer mandate
BD Sommers, M Shepard, K Hempstead
Health Affairs 37 (7), 1144-1152, 2018
32018
Automatic insurance policies-important tools for preventing coverage loss
A McIntyre, M Shepard
The New England journal of medicine 386 (5), 408-411, 2022
22022
Adverse Selection and Network Design Under Regulated Plan Prices: Evidence from Medicaid
A Kreider, TJ Layton, M Shepard, J Wallace
2022
Turnover in Zero-Premium Status Among Health Insurance Marketplace Plans Available to Low-Income Enrollees
E Kong, M Shepard, A McIntyre
JAMA Health Forum 3 (4), e220674-e220674, 2022
2022
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