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November 2011Marginal Effects in Multivariate Probit and Kindred Discrete and Count Outcome Models, with Applications in Health Economics
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September 2010Multivariate Fractional Regression Estimation of Econometric Share Models
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November 2008Tobit at Fifty: A Brief History of Tobin's Remarkable Estimator, of Related Empirical Methods, and of Limited Dependent Variable Econometrics in Health Economics
with Kohei Enami: w14512

Published: Kohei Enami & John Mullahy, 2009. "Tobit at fifty: a brief history of Tobin's remarkable estimator, of related empirical methods, and of limited dependent variable econometrics in health economics," Health Economics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 18(6), pages 619-628. citation courtesy of

No Time to Lose? Time Constraints and Physical Activity
with Stephanie A. Robert: w14513

Published: Review of Economics of the Household December 2010, Volume 8, Issue 4, pp 409-432 No time to lose: time constraints and physical activity in the production of health John Mullahy, Stephanie A. Robert

May 2006Econometric Risk Adjustment, Endogeneity, and Extrapolation Bias
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October 2003Generalized Modeling Approaches to Risk Adjustment of Skewed Outcomes Data
with Willard G. Manning, Anirban Basu: t0293

Published: Manning, Willard G., Anirban Basu and John Mullahy. "Generalized Modeling Approaches To Risk Adjustment Of Skewed Outcomes Data," Journal of Health Economics, 2005, v24(3,May), 465-488.

September 2000Live Long, Live Well: Quantifying the Health of Heterogenous Populations
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Published: John Mullahy, 2001. "Live long, live well: quantifying the health of heterogeneous populations," Health Economics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 10(5), pages 429-440. citation courtesy of

November 1999Interaction Effects and Difference-in-Difference Estimation in Loglinear Models
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Estimating Log Models: To Transform or Not to Transform?
with Willard G. Manning: t0246

Published: Manning, Willard G. and John Mullahy. "Estimating Log Models: To Transform Or Not To Transform?," Journal of Health Economics, 2001, v20(4,Jul), 461-494.

April 1998It'll Only Hurt a Second? Microeconomic Determinants of Who Gets Flu Shots
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Published: John Mullahy, 1999. "It'll only hurt a second? Microeconomic determinants of who gets flu shots," Health Economics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 8(1), pages 9-24. citation courtesy of

March 1998Net Health Benefits: A New Framework for the Analysis of Uncertainty in Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
with Aaron A. Stinnett: t0227
Much Ado About Two: Reconsidering Retransformation and the Two-Part Model in Health Economics
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Published: Mullahy, John. "Much Ado Abut Two: Reconsidering Retransformation And The Two-Part Model In Health Econometrics," Journal of Health Economics, 1998, v17(3,Jun), 247-281.

May 1995Employment, Unemployment, and Problem Drinking
with Jody L. Sindelar: w5123

Published: Journal of Health Economics, Vol. 15 (1996): 409-434. citation courtesy of

February 1994Alcoholism, Work, and Income Over the Life Cycle
with Jody L. Sindelar: w3909

Published: "Alcoholism, Work and Income," Journal of Labor Economics, Volume 11, No. 3(1993): 494-520.

Health, Income, and Risk Aversion: Assessing Some Welfare Costs of Alcoholism and Poor Health
with Jody L. Sindelar: w4649

Published: Journal of Human Resources, vol XXX, no. 3, Summer 1995, pp 439-459 citation courtesy of

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