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March 2013Rethinking Elderly Poverty: Time for a Health Inclusive Poverty Measure?
with Sanders Korenman: w18900
May 2009Why do Institutions of Higher Education Reward Research While Selling Education?
with Elda Pema: w14974
May 2007Information and Communications Technology in Chronic Disease Care: Why is Adoption So Slow and Is Slower Better?
with Michael C. Christensen: w13078

Published: doi: 10.1215/03616878-2009-034 Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2009 Volume 34, Number 6: 1011-1034

November 2004Vertical Equity Consequences of Very High Cigarette Tax Increases: If the Poor are the Ones Smoking, How Could Cigarette Tax Increases be Progressive?
with Greg Colman: w10906

Published: Gregory J. Colman & Dahlia K. Remler, 2008. "Vertical equity consequences of very high cigarette tax increases: If the poor are the ones smoking, how could cigarette tax increases be progressive?," Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 27(2), pages 376-400. citation courtesy of

August 2004How Much Might Universal Health Insurance Reduce Socioeconomic Disparities in Health? A Comparison of the US and Canada
with Sandra L. Decker: w10715

Published: Decker, Sandra L. and Dahlia K. Remler. “How Much Does Universal Health Insurance Reduce Socioeconomic Disparities in Health? A Comparison of the US and Canada.” Applied Health Economics and Health Policy 3, 4 (2005): 205-216.

April 1999Pricing Heart Attack Treatments
with David M. Cutler, Mark McClellan, Joseph P. Newhouse: w7089

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September 1996Are Medical Prices Declining?
with David M. Cutler, Mark McClellan, Joseph P. Newhouse: w5750

Published: Published as "Are Medical Prices Declining? Evidence for Heart Attack Treatments", Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 108, no. 4 (November 1998).

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