CURRICULUM VITAE 

SHERRY A. GLIED

March 15, 2002

 

Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University

Department of Health Policy and Management

600 West 168th Street, Room 610

New York, NY  10032

Phone:         (212) 305-0299 

Fax:             (212) 305-3405

Email:          sag1@columbia.edu

Personal Data

Date of Birth:    February 8, 1961

Place of Birth:   Toronto, Canada

Citizenship:       Canadian  (U.S. Permanent Resident)

Academic Training

Harvard University, Ph.D., Economics, 1990

Dissertation:  The Economics of Health Status and Labor Market Outcomes.

Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms International, 1991.

Sponsor:  David E. Bloom

 

University of Toronto, M.A., Economics, 1985

 

Yale University, B.A., Economics, 1982

Professional Organizations and Societies

American Economics Association

Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy

American Public Health Association

Association for Public Policy and Management

Academic and Professional Appointments

July 1998-Present

            Associate Professor and Chair

            Department of Health Policy and Management

            Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health

            Columbia University

 

September 2000

            Visiting Faculty

            University of Toronto Law School

 

January 1991-June 1998

            Assistant Professor of Public Health

            Division of Health Policy and Management

            Columbia School of Public Health

           

July 1991 – June 1998

            Assistant Professor of Economics

            Columbia University

           

August 1996 – July 1997

            Visiting Assistant Professor

            Department of Health Care Policy

            Harvard Medical School

 

September 1989 – December 1990

            Associate in Public Health

            Division of Health Policy and Management

            Columbia School of Public Health

           

Professional Appointments

January 1999 --: Member, MacArthur Foundation Initiative on Mental Health Policy Research

 

February 1993 – May 1993

            Co-Chair

            Global Budgets and Economic Impacts Working Groups

            The President’s Health Care Task Force

            Washington, D.C.

           

August 1992 – July 1993

            Senior Economist

            The President’s Council of Economic Advisers

            Executive Office of the President

            Washington, D.C.

 

Honors and Special Appointments

January 1999 - :  Fellow, New York Academy of Medicine

 

September 2000 -:  Research Associate, Health Economics, National Bureau of Economic Research

 

November 1990 – September 2000: Faculty Research Fellow, Health Economics, National Bureau of Economic Research

 

September 1988 - August 1989:  Dissertation Fellowship, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada

Public Lectures

Kent State University, Kent Ohio, April 25, 2001

David Rogers Health Policy Colloquium, Cornell Medical School, November 24, 1999

New York Academy of Medicine, New York, April 12, 1999

University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, October 23, 1999.

Commonwealth Fund Bipartisan Congressional Conference, January 21, 1999

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, February 17, 1994.

Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., November 5, 1993. 

Fellowship and Grant Support

Active Support

Examining Future Insurance Directions and Policy Options: Analysis and Technical Assistance for the Task Force on the Future of Health Insurance. The Commonwealth Fund Principal CMNWLTH Investigator.  8/01 – 7/02.  Direct Support funds $245,288 (40% time).

 

Future of Health Insurance  for Working Americans. The Commonwealth Fund Principal CMNWLTH Investigator.  8/00 – 7/02.  Direct Support funds $235,917 (40% time).

 

To Support Research Modeling Health Insurance Expansions. Robert Wood Johnson  Foundation. Principal Investigator. 9/00 - 8/02.  Direct Support funds $162,046 (16%).

 

Center for Study Interventions in Child Psychiatry. NIMH. Principal Investigator, Subcontract.  7/99 - 6/04. Direct Support funds $1,000,000 (10%).

 

Tuberculosis Adherence Partnership Alliance Study. NIH. Principal Investigator, Subcontract. 9/00 - 9/05.  Director Support funds $2,268,000 (5%).

 

 

Past Support

Effectiveness of IPT-a in School Based Health Clinics. NIH/SAMSA. Principal Investigator, Subcontract. 9/98 - 8/01. Direct Support funds $1,073,214 (5%).

 

Developing Workable Solutions for Improving Health Insurance Coverage for Working Americans. The Commonwealth Fund. Principal Investigator.  8/99 – 7/00.  CMNWLTH Direct Support funds $358,792 (as needed).

 

An Assessment of Mental Health Policy at Century’s End.  MacArthur Foundation.  Principal Investigator.  7/99 – 8/00.  Direct Support Funds $72,405 (20% time).

 

Behavioral Intervention for the Control of TB.  NIH/NHLBI.  Investigator. 10/95 – 10/00.  Direct Support Funds $480,703 (6.5% time).

 

Effects of Medicaid Managed Care on AOD and MH Services.  SAMHSA.  Investigator.  9/96-9/99.  C. Hoven, P.I.  Direct Support Funds  $814,637 (10% time).

 

Current Population Survey Programming for the Task Force on the Future of Health Insurance  for Working Families Workable Solutions Project.  The Commonwealth Fund. P.C. 6/14/99 – 7/31/99 Direct Support Funds $7,140 (10% time).

 

Minority Health in a Changing Health Care System.  Commonwealth Fund.  Principal Investigator.  2/98-1/99.  Direct Support Funds $48,273 (20% time).

 

Women’s Health Care in the 1990s:  Assessing Recent Changes in Access, Costs, and Quality.  Commonwealth Fund Commission on Women’s Health.  Principal Investigator.  8/97 – 4/98.  Direct Support Funds $14,705 (15% time).

 

The Employer-Based Health Insurance System.  Robert Wood Johnson Investigator Award.  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.  Principal Investigator.  1/96-12/98.  Direct Support Funds $179,837 (50% time).

 

Women’s Access to Mental Health Specialty Care as Patterns of Health Insurance Coverage Change.  Commonwealth Fund Commission on Women’s Health.  Principal Investigator.  6/96 – 11/96.  Direct Support Funds $12,569 (25% time).

 

Epidemiological Study of Stroke Outcome in Three Ethnic Groups.  NINDS.  Investigator.  9/95-6/00.  R. Sacco, P.I.  Direct Support Funds $842,038 (3% time).

 

Insurance and Provider Choice for Children with Mental Health Needs.  NIMH.  Principal Investigator.  8/94-7/95.  Direct Support Funds $104, 374 (45% time).

 

To Evaluate State Health Reform Capacity.  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.  Investigator.  12/94-5/97.   L.D. Brown, P.I.  Direct Support Funds $329,728 (10% time).

 

Medicaid Managed Care in New York City.  Commonwealth Fund.   Investigator.  9/93-8/94.  J. Sisk, P.I.  Direct Support Funds $284,769 (11% time).

           

Alternative Service Patterns for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbance. NIMH.  Investigator.  9/93 - 8/97 C. Hoven, P.I.  Direct Support Funds $3,929,041 (10% time).

 

Evaluation of HIV Infection Early Intervention Programs.  Centers for Disease Control. Investigator.  10/91-9/93. P. Messeri, P.I.  Direct Support Funds $160,416 (5% time).

 

AIDS Institute Community Service Programs.  New York State AIDS Institute.  Investigator.  5/89 - 9/93. P. Messeri, P.I.  Direct Support Funds $769,000 (10% time).     

 

Labor Market Impacts of the AIDS Epidemic. NICHHD.  Co-Principal Investigator.  9/89 - 8/92.  David Bloom, P.I..  Direct Support Funds  $115, 852 (15% time).

Departmental and University Committees

Founding Member, Columbia Alliance for Healthcare Management, January 2000 –

Member.  Public Policy Consortium Executive Committee. September 1998 –

Member.  University Benefits Committee.  November 1997 – Present.

Member.  Divisional Doctoral Committee.  Division of Health Policy and Management.  January 1993 – Present.

Co-Chair.  Mission, Goals, and Budget Committee.  Columbia School of Public Health.  January 1995 – September 1996.

Chair.  Divisional Curriculum Committee. Division of Health Policy and Management.  September 1994 – April 1995.

Member.  Junior Faculty Recruitment Committee.  Department of Economics.  September 1991 – July 1992; September 1993 – July 1995.

Member.  SIPA Curriculum Committee.  Department of Economics.  September 1993 – July 1994.

Teaching Experience and Responsibilities

Fall 2001:  Issues in Health Care Policy and Health Care Reform P8516, Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health (40 students).

Fall 2001:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health.  (30 students).

Fall 2000:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health.  (30 students).

Fall 1999:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health.  (30 students).

Fall 1998:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health.  (30 students). 

Spring 1998:  Health Economics W4462.  Department of Economics.  Columbia University.  (60 students).

Fall 1997:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Columbia School of Public Health.  (35 students). 

Fall 1996:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Columbia School of Public Health.  (35 students). 

Spring 1996:  Health Economics.  W4462.  Department of Economics.  Columbia University.  (50 students).

Spring 1995: Health Economics.  W4462.  Department of Economics.  Columbia University.  (50 students).

Fall 1994:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Columbia School of Public Health.  (35 students). 

Fall 1993:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Columbia School of Public Health.  (35 students). 

Fall 1993:  Policy Analysis:  Health Care Reform.  U6810x.  School of International and Public Affairs.  Columbia University.  (50 students).

Spring 1993:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Columbia School of Public Health.  (35 students). 

Fall 1991:  Microeconomics for International Affairs.  U4603.  School of International and Public Affairs.  Columbia University.  (40 students).

Fall 1991:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Columbia School of Public Health.  (35 students). 

Fall 1991:  Introduction to Health Economics.  P6503. Columbia School of Public Health.  (35 students). 

Fall 1990:  Introduction to Health Economics.  P6503. Columbia School of Public Health.  (35 students). 

Fall 1990:  Introduction to Health Economics, Executive MPH Program, Columbia School of Public Health.  (35 students). 

Fall 1990:  Labor Economics.  Department of Economics.  (35 students). 

Spring 1990:  Advanced Health Economics.  P8541. Columbia School of Public Health.  (10 students). 

Fall 1989:  Policy Analysis for International Affairs.  U8216. School of International and Public Affairs.  Columbia University.  (15 students).

Fall 1989:  Introduction to Health Economics.  P6503. Columbia School of Public Health.  (35 students). 

 

Ph.D. Thesis Advising

Regina Alemeyda Duran (Economics). Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor.  Current.

Hiliary Sheldon (Economics).  Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor.  Current.

Sangeeta Goyal (Economics).  Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor.  Current.

Adriana Lleras-Muney (Economics).  Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor.  2001.  Assistant Professor of Economics, Princeton University.

Robert Graboyes (Economics).  Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor.  2000.  Assistant Professor Virginia Commonwealth University and Medical College, Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.

Prea Gulati (Sociomedical Sciences).  Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor.  Current.

Cait Des Roches, Dr.P.H. (Sociomedical Sciences) Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor.  2000.

Mark Stabile.  (Economics)  Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor.  1999.  Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Toronto.

Michael Ganz (Sociomedical Sciences)  Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor. 1998.  Assistant Professor, Maternal and Child Health, Harvard School of Public Health.

Gerard Carrino (Sociomedical Sciences)  Doctoral Disseration Sponsor.  Current

Alma Bowen Garrett III.  Ph.D.  (Economics) Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor.  1996.  RWJ Policy Scholar 1996-1997.  Research Associate, The Urban Institute.

Linda Marie Dynan.  Ph.D. (Economics)  Doctoral Dissertation Sponsor.  1994.  Consultant.

 

Edward Snyder, Jr.  Dr.P.H.  (Public Health) 2nd Reader. 1997.

Joanne Lamphere Dr.P.H. (Public Health)  Examination Chair.  1996.

Rohit Sah.  Ph.D. (Economics)  2nd Reader.  1996.

Omar Azfar.  Ph.D. (Economics) 2nd Reader.  1995.

David Beede.  Ph.D.  (Economics)  Examination Chair.  1995.

Debojyoti Sarkar.  Ph.D. (Economics)  2nd Reader.  1995

Melissa Binder.  Ph.D.  (Economics)  Examination Chair.  1995

Jaime Saavedra.  Ph.D.  (Economics)  Examination Chair.  1995.

Ajay Mahal.  Ph.D. (Economics) Examination Chair.  1995.

Cynthia Miller.  Ph.D. (Economics)  Examination Chair.  1993.

Rehana Siddiqui.  Ph.D. (Economics)  Examination Chair.  1992.

Undergraduate Thesis Advising

Shira Galinsky.  2000.

Karuna Patel.  1998.

George Ko.  1998.

Tama Beth Brooks.  1996.

Srilakshmi Gnanasekaran.  1992.

Christoph Westphal.  1991.

Other Professional Activities

Boards and Committees

June 2000 --: Injury Research Grant Review Committee, Centers for Disease Control.

 

Member, Board of Advisors, NCHS/Academy Fellowship Committee.

Member, Regents Advisory Committee, American College of Healthcare Executives, New York Region.

Member, Executive Committee, Section on Healthcare Delivery, New York Academy of Medicine

Co-Chair, Committee on Public Health, New York Academy of Medicine (Current)

Editorial Board, Milbank Quarterly (2000 – present)

Editorial Board, Health Services Research (1998- present)

Editorial Board, Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law (2000 – present)

National Advisory Committee, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Awards (1999-present).

Panelist, Research Panel on Collaborative Networks, New York Academy of Medicine (February 1999 – December 1999).

Special Member, Health Services Review Panel, Agency for Health Care Policy Research, Fall 1999.

Panelist, Advisory Panel on Public Health and Medicine.  New York Academy of Medicine. (May 1995 – September 1997).

Member, MS Society Advisory Committee on Health Care Delivery and Policy Research (1999-present)

 

Reviewer:  Reviewer (Articles and Proposals): 

Reviewer:   American Journal of Public Health; Congressional Budget Office; Harvard University Press; Industrial Labor Relations Review; National Science Foundation; Pediatrics; Quarterly Journal of Economics; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Science; Women and Health; Surgeon General’s Report on Mental Health; University of Chicago Press; American Economic Review; Journal of Health Economics; Journal of Health Politics Policy and Law; Inquiry.

 

 

Guest Lectures,2000-2001:

 

Rotman School, University of Toronto

Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Cornell School of Medicine

Estes Park Institute

Consultancies:

Dynacare Inc.  2000.

United Hospital Fund.  1999.

Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse Research.  1998, 1999, 2000.

Medical and Health Research Association.  1997.

Technical Assistance to the Palestinian Health Authority, Harvard Institute for International Development.  1997.

WHO Task Force on Epidemiologic Strategies for Depression, 1996.

MacArthur Foundation Task Force on the Recognition and Treatment of Depression in Primary Care, 1994.

Columbia School of Nursing, Independent Nurse Practitioner Evaluation Project, 1995- 1997.

New York Regents Commission on Disability, 1992-1993.

West Farms Health Clinic Evaluation Project, New York City, 1994.

Congressional Budget Office Expert Panel Consultant, Washington, 1993.

New Jersey Department of Health, Hospital Rate Setting Commission, 1990-1992.

New York State AIDS Institute, 1991-1992.

Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic, May 1988.

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Books, Articles, and Monographs

*Glied, Sherry and Joshua Graff Zivin, “How Do Doctors Behave When Some (But Not All) of Their Patients are in Managed Care?" Journal of Health Economics, 21(2002): 337-353.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “Youth Tobacco Control:  Reconciling Theory and Empirical Evidence.” Journal of Health Economics, 21(2002): 117-135.

 

Zabos, G., S. Glied, E. Amato, J. Tobin, L. Turegeon, A. Nolon.  “Cost-Effectiveness Analysis  of a School-Based Dental Sealant Program for Low-Socioeconomic-Status Children:  A Practice-Based Report.” Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved, vol. 13, no. 1 (February 2002), pp. 38-48.

 

*Glied, S., “Health Insurance and Market Failure Since Arrow,” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, vol. 26, no. 5 (October 2001), pp. 957-965.

 

*Glied, Sherry and Adam Neufeld. “Service System Finance:  Implications for Children with Depression and Manic Depression.”  Biological Psychiatry, 2001; 49: 1128-1135.

 

*Glied, Sherry. “Challenges and Options for Increasing the Number of Americans with Health Insurance.”  Commonwealth Fund Report #415.  December 2000.  Inquiry. 38(2) 2001: 90-105.

 

*Glied, Sherry and M. Stabile, " Generation Vexed:  Age-Cohort Differences in Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Coverage."  Health Affairs, January 20(1) 2001, p. 184-191.

 

*Glied, Sherry and M. Stabile.  “Avoiding Health Insurance Crowd-Out:  Evidence from the Medicare as Secondary Payer Program.”  Journal of Health Economics,  vol. 20, no. 2:2001, pp. 239-260.

 

Georgiou, Demetrios, Yu Chen, Sheila Appadoo, Romualdo Belardinelli, Richard Greene, Michael K. Parides, Sherry Glied.  " A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Long-Term Moderate Exercise Training in Chronic Heart Failure." American Journal of Cardiology, (April 2001): 87(8):984-988.

 

*Glied, Sherry and M. Stabile.  “Explaining the Decline in Health Insurance Coverage Among Young Men”  National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper  no. 6276. Inquiry.  37(3) 2000:  295-303.

 

Garrett, A.B. and S. Glied.  “The Impact of the Zebley Decision on Children’s Participation in SSI and AFDC.” National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper no. 6125.  Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 19(2) 2000:  275-296.

           

Marin, Matthew, J. Van Lieu, A. Yee, E. Bonner, and S. Glied.  “Cost-Effectiveness of Post-Exposure HIV Chemoprophylaxis for Blood Exposures in Health Care Workers.”  Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 41(9) 2000:  754-760.

 

*Glied, Sherry and M. Stabile.  “Covering Older Americans:  A Forecast for the Next Decade.”  Health Affairs, 18(1) 1998:  208-213.

 

*Glied, Sherry,  A. B. Garrett, C. Hoven and MECA Collaborators.  “Child Mental Health Service Use:  Why Doesn’t Insurance Matter?”  Journal of Mental Health Economics and Policy, 1 1998: 173-187.

 

*Glied, Sherry, R. Moore, A. B. Garrett, and C. Hoven.  "Medicaid and Service Use Among Homeless  Adults."  National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper  no. 5834. Inquiry.  35(4) 1998:  380-388.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “The Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental Health Problems Among Older Women.” Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association.  53(4) 1998:  187-191.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  Chronic Condition:  Why Health Reform has Failed so Far. Harvard University Press. 1998.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “Getting the Incentives Right for Children.” Health Services Research. 33(4; Part II) 1998:  1143-1160.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “Too Little Time?  the Recognition and Treatment of Depression in Primary Care.” Health Services Research.  33(4; Part I) 1998:  891-910.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “The Treatment of Women with Mental Health Disorders under Managed Care and Fee-for-Service Insurance.” Women and Health, 26(2) 1997:  1-16.

 

*Glied, Sherry, Christina W. Hoven, A. Bowen Garrett, Robert E. Moore, Philip Leaf, Hector R. Bird, Sherryl Goodman, Darrel Regier, and Margarita Alegria.  “Measures of Mental Health Status for Policy Analysis.” Journal of Child and Family Studies, 6(2) 1997: 177-190.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “An Assessment of Strategies for Expanding Health Insurance Coverage.”  Report prepared for the Kaiser Family Foundation Project on Incremental Health Reform, April 1997.

 

*Glied, Sherry, R. Moore, C. Hoven, A.B. Garrett, D. Regier.  “Children’s Access to Mental Health Care:  Does Insurance Matter?” Health Affairs, 16(1) 1997:  167-174.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  "Empirical Issues in the Estimation of Foregone Earnings." American Journal of Public Health, 86(12) December 1996: 1723-1728.

 

*Glied, Sherry and S. Gnanasekaran.  "Hospital Financing and Neonatal Intensive Care." Health Services Research, 31(5) December 1996:  593-607.

 

Sisk, Jane E.; Sheila A. Gorman; Anne Lenhard Reisinger; Sherry A. Glied; William H. DuMouchel; Margaret M. Hynes. “Evaluation of Medicaid managed care: satisfaction, access, and use.” JAMA, 276 1996:50-55.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “Markets Matter: U.S. Responses to the HIV-Infected Blood Tragedy.” Virginia Law Review, 82 November 1996:  1493-1508.

 

*Glied, Sherry and S. Kofman.  Women and Mental Health:  Issues for Health Reform. Commonwealth Fund Commission on Women’s Health. 1995.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  "The Economics of the AIDS Epidemic:  Lessons from the U.S."  Current Science,  69(10) 1995:  849-856.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  Revising the Tax Treatment of Employer-Provided Health Insurance.  American Enterprise Institute Special Studies in Health.  Washington, D.C.:  American Enterprise Institute. 1994.

 

Sisk, Jane and S. Glied.  "Innovation under Federal Health Care Reform."  Health Affairs, 13(3) Summer 1994:  82-97.

 

Bloom, David and S. Glied. "Projecting the Number of New AIDS Cases in the United States." International Journal of Forecasting Vol. 8 (Special Issue on Population Forecasting) 1992:  339-365.

 

Bloom, David and S. Glied.  "Benefits and Costs of HIV Testing." Science, 252, June 28, 1991: 1798-1804.

 

Bloom, David and S. Glied.  “The Economics of HIV Testing in Employment Settings.”  IRRA, 42nd Annual Proceedings, 1991:  19-28.

 

Carr, J., S. Glied, and F. Mathewson. "Unlimited Liability and Free Banking in Scotland:  A Note." Journal of Economic History, Fall 1989:  974-978.

 

Bloom, David and S. Glied. "The Evolution of AIDS Economic Research." Journal of Health Policy, April 1989:  187-196.

 

Articles Currently Submitted to Peer-Reviewed Journals

Olveen Carrasquillo, Danielle H. Ferry,  Jennifer Edwards, Sherry Glied. "Impact of Repealing Anti-Immigrant Provisions of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity and Reconciliation Act as Part of SCHIP Expansion Programs," submitted.

 

*Glied, Sherry and Adam Neufeld. “Child Mental Health Spending Patterns." Journal of the Academy  of Adolescent and Child Psychiatry, submitted.

 

Ferry, Danielle and Sherry Glied.  “Strategies for Targeting Health Insurance Expansions.”  May 2001.

 

Pressley, Joyce C., Elan D. Louis, Ming-Xin Tang, Lucien Cote, Perry D. Cohen, Sherry Glied, and Richard Mayeux. "The Impact of Comorbid Disease on Resource Use and Expenditures in Elderly with Parkinson Disease." May 2001.

 

*Glied, Sherry, Shana McCormack, and Richard Frank.  “The Well-Being of People with Mental Illness – Evidence from Physician Office Visits.”  January 2001.

 

*Glied, Sherry, Richard G. Frank, Shana McCormack, and James O’Malley.  “Spending, Utilization, and Insurance for Mental Health Care 1977-1996.”  January 2001.

 

*Glied, Sherry and Shana McCormack.  “The Population with Mental Illness 1950-2000.”  January 2001.

 

Galinsky, Shira and Sherry Glied.  “Income Assistance and Psychiatric Hospitalization.”  January 2001.  Submitted to Psychiatric Services.

 

Remler, Dahlia, Jason E. Rachlin, Sherry A. Glied. “What Can the Take-up of Other Programs Teach Us About How to Improve Take-up of Heath Insurance Programs?.” NBER Working Paper 8185.

 

*Glied, Sherry and Jason Rachlin. “Women's Health Insurance Coverage, 1980--1999.”   Submitted to Inquiry.

 

Amelung, Volker, Sherry Glied, Angelina Topan, and Andreas Lamerz.  “Health Insurance and the Labor Market:  The German Experience.”  Submitted to Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law.

 

 

Reports, Book Chapters, Monographs, and Other Articles

*Glied, Sherry and Adam Neufeld. “The Economic and Health System Correlates of Diagnosis in Primary Care.  In Wildman and Stancin (eds.). New Directions for Research and Treatment of Pediatric Psychosocial Problems in Primary Care., forthcoming.

 

Glied, Sherry, Dahlia Remler, and Joshua Zivin.  “Approaches to Modeling Health Insurance Expansions:  Comparison of Methods and Assumptions.”  Background Paper prepared for Conference. January 2001.

 

*Glied, Sherry, Shana McCormack, and Adam Neufeld. “Women with Depression:  Changing Barriers to Access.”  Paper prepared for the American Psychological Association Conference on Women with Depression.  October 2000.

 

Amelung, V., Glied S., Topan A., Lamerz A. "Die Finanzierung der gesetzlichen Krankenversicherung ueber den  Arbeitsmarkt - das Ende einer Erfolgsstory?"  Zeitschrift fuer Gesundheitswissenschaften / Journal of Public Health, im Erscheinen

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “Mental Health Carve-Outs and the Fragmentation of Physical and Mental Health”.  Chapter in Managed Mental Health Services, 2nd Edition.  (S. Feldman, ed.)  Springfield, IL:  Charles C. Thomas.  Forthcoming.

 

*Glied, Sherry and Daniel Pine.  Adolescent Depression.  Chapter in Commonwealth Fund Survey on Adolescent Health.  Forthcoming.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “The Value of Reductions in Child Injury Mortality in the U.S.”, in Medical Care Output and Productivity, (David M. Cutler and Ernst R. Berndt, eds.) University of Chicago Press, Chapter 13, pg. 511-538, 2001.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “Managed Care.”  Chapter in Handbook of Health Economics.  Amsterdam:  North Holland Press, 2000.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  Evaluation Studies at Selected CARE Act Pilot Sites.  Report to the Health Resources and Services Administration.  February 1999.

 

Hall, Allyson, Karen Scott Collins, and Sherry Glied.  “Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance:   Implications for Minority Workers.”  Commonwealth Fund Report.  February 1999.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “Payment Heterogeneity, Physician Practice, and Access To Care” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 88(2), May 1998: 127-131.

 

*Glied, Sherry and S. Kofman.  “Women’s Mental Health: an Introduction.” Compensation and Benefits Management 13(4), Autumn 1997: 43-52.

 

*Glied, Sherry, R. Frank, J. Newhouse, and D. Bloom.  “The Palestinian Economy -- Implications for Health System Design.”  Report submitted to the TAPHA project, Harvard Institute of International Development.  May 1997.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “First Steps for Children:  Evaluating Coverage Options.”  Paper presented at the First Steps Conference, New York, September 1996 (to be published in conference volume).

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “The Circulation of the Blood:  AIDS, Blood, and the Economics of Information.” Chapter in HIV-Contaminated Blood, Policy, and Conflict:  Implications for the Future.   R. Bayer and E. Feldman editors.  Oxford University Press. 1999.

 

*Glied, Sherry, M. Sparer, and L. Brown.  “Comment:  Containing State Health Care Expenditures--The Competition vs. Regulation Debate.”  American Journal of Public Health 85(10) October 1995: 1347-1349.

 

Briffault, Richard and S. Glied.  “Federalism and the Future of Health Care Reform” in The Privatization of Health Care Reform. (G. Bloche, editor). Oxford University Press.  1998 (forthcoming).

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “Women’s Access to Mental Health Specialty Care as Patterns of Insurance Coverage Change.” Symposium Proceedings Commonwealth Fund Commission on Women’s Health.  Forthcoming.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “Economics” and “Public Benefits”.  Entries in the Encyclopedia of AIDS, R. Smith ed.  Chicago:  Fitzroy Dearborn.  1998.

 

*Glied, S. (Council of Economic Advisers)  "The Economics of Health Care."  Economic Report of the President, Chapter 4, January 1993 (Principal author of chapter).  Washington, D.C.:  GPO:  119-168.

 

Bloom, David and S. Glied.  "Who is Bearing the Cost of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Asia?" Economic Implications of AIDS in Asia.  David Bloom and Joyce V. Lyons, Editors, 1993:  161-182.

 

Messeri, Peter and S. Glied.  "Evaluation of the New York State AIDS Institute CSP Program," Report to the New York State AIDS Institute, 1993.

 

Book Reviews, Abstracts and Letters

*Glied, Sherry.  Review of Empowering Health Care Consumers through Tax Reform (ed. Grace Marie Arnett).  Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Winter 2001, 155-157.

*Glied, Sherry.  Review of Frontiers in Health Policy Research (ed. Alan Garber).  Journal of Economic Literature, December 1999, 1726.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  Review of The Managed Care Blues and How to Cure Them by Walter Zelman and Robert Berenson.  Political Science Quarterly.  Summer 1999.

 

*Glied, Sherry and J. Meyer.  “Are ‘America’s Best Hospitals’ America’s Best?:  Letter to the Editor.”  JAMA 278, August 13, 1997:  473-474.

 

 

Abstracts

Aaronson KD, Glied SA, Sisk JE.  “Treatment of heart failure in the National Ambulatory Care Survey (NAMCS).”J Am Coll Cardiol. 1997;29(suppl A):168A.

 

Editorials

“Medicare Buy-In Is the Wrong Rx.”  New York Newsday.  March 5, 1998.  49.

 

Media Appearances

 

PBS Documentary.  Health Care Crisis.  Expert commentator.  Aired June 13, 2000 nationwide.

 

Working Papers

 

*Glied, Sherry and Tama Beth Brooks.  “The Market and the Estimators:  Forecasting the Cost of Medicare Catastrophic Coverage.”    National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper no.6287.

 

*Glied, Sherry.  “The Economic Benefits of Health in the United States.” 

 

*Glied, Sherry, J. Sisk, S. Gorman, M. Ganz.  “Selection, Marketing, and Medicaid Managed Care.”   National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper No. 6164.

 

*Glied, Sherry and R. Kroszner.  "Much Ado about Nothing?  Capital Market Reactions to Changes in Antitrust Precedent Concerning Exclusive Territories."  Under revision for Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization.   University of Chicago Center for the Study of the Economy and the State Working Paper no. 102.