VITA

 

 

Theodore J. Joyce

 

 

Address

                                           Office:     Baruch College

                                                          Department of Economics and Finance

                                                          17 Lexington Avenue, Box E-0621               

                                                          New York, New York 

                                           Phone:     (212) 802-5962

                 

                                           Office:     National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

                                                          365 Fifth Avenue, 5th Floor

                                                          New York, New York  10016

                                           Phone:     (212) 817-7960   Fax: (212) 802-5963

 

                                           E-mail:     ted_joyce@baruch.cuny.edu

 

Education

 

Ph.D. in Economics, City University of New York Graduate Center, 1985

 

Fields of concentration:  Labor Economics and Health Economics

 

B.A., University of Massachusetts, 1976; major: Education (Certificate in

         Bilingual Education)

 

Academic and Professional Honors

 

Who's Who among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 1985 edition.

 

Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarship, 1994

 

Excellence in Teaching Award, School of Business and Public Administration, Baruch College - 1991, 1992, 1993

 

Nominated for Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching, Baruch College - 1989, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996

 

Nominated for Presidential Award for Excellence in Research, Baruch College - 1990, 1991, 1992

 

Professional Experience

 

1994 - Present:     Professor, Department of Economics and Finance, Baruch College, City University of New York.

 

1991 - 1993        Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Finance, Baruch College, City University of

New York.

 

1990 ‑ 1991         Associate Professor (with tenure), Baruch College, Department of Health Care Administration,

City University of New York.

 

1987 ‑ Present:     Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research, New York, N.Y.  Health

Economics Section

 

1986 ‑ 1989         Assistant Professor, Baruch College, Department of Health Care Administration, City University

of New York.

 

1985 ‑ 1987:        Faculty Research Fellow, Health Economics Section, National Bureau of Economic Research,

New York, N.Y.

 

1985 ‑ 1986:        Assistant Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Iona College, New Rochelle, N.Y.

 

1982 ‑ 1985:        Research Analyst, National Bureau of Economic Research, New York, N.Y.

 

1982 - 1984:        Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Economics, Rutgers, The State University, Newark, N.J.

 

1980 ‑ 1982:        Research Assistant, Center for International Business Cycle Research, Rutgers University

(presently at Columbia University), Newark, N.J., Dr. Geoffrey Moore.



Publications - Journal Articles

 

Joyce, T. and  R. Kaestner. "The Impact of Mandatory Waiting Periods and Parental Consent

          Laws on the Timing of Abortion and State of Occurrence among Adolescents in

          Mississippi and South Carolina."  Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.  

          Forthcoming.

Dubay, L., Joyce, T., Kaestner, R. and G. Kenney. “Changes in Prenatal Care Timing and

Low Birth Weight by Race and Socioeconomic Status: Implications for the Medicaid Expansions for Pregnant Women.”  Health Services Research. Forthcoming.

Joyce, T., Bauer, T., Minkoff, H. and R. Kaestner. “Welfare Reform and the Perinatal Health and

          Health Care Utilization of Latinos in California, New York City and Texas.” American

          Journal of Public Health. Forthcoming.

 

Kaestner, R., Joyce, T., and A. Racine. “Medicaid Eligibility and the Incidence of

Ambulatory Care Sensitive Hospitalizations for Children.” Social Science and Medicine. 52: 305-313. 2001.

 

 

Kaestner, R., Racine, A. and T. Joyce. “ Did Recent Expansions in Medicaid Narrow

          Socioeconomic Differences in Hospitalization Rates of Infants?” Medical Care.

          38(2) 195-206. 2000.

 

Joyce, T., Kaestner, R. and S. Korenman. “Stability of Pregnancy Intentions and Pregnancy-

          related Maternal Behaviors.” Maternal and Child Health Journal. 4 (3) 171-178. 2000.

 

Joyce, T. and R. Kaestner.  “Impact of Mississippi’s Mandatory Delay Law on the Timing of

          Abortion.”  Family Planning Perspectives. 32(1):4-13. 2000.

 

Joyce, T., Kaestner, R., and S. Korenman. “The Effect of Pregnancy Intention on Child

          Development.” Demography.  37(1): 83-94. 2000.

 

Joyce. T. “Impact of Augmented Prenatal Care on Birth Outcomes of Medicaid Recipients in

          New York City.”  Journal of Health Economics. 18:31-67, 1999.

 

Joyce, T., Kaestner, R. and C. Kwan. “Is Medicaid Pronatalist? Impact of the Medicaid

          Eligibility Expansions on Abortion and Birth Rates.” Family Planning Perspectives.

          30:108-113. 1998

 

Racine, A., Joyce, T., Li, W., and M.A. Chiasson. “An Analysis of Infant Mortality in New York City:  1988-89 and 1992-93,” Pediatrics. 101:682-688. 1998.

 

Minkoff, H., Bauer, T. and T. Joyce.  “Welfare Reform and Obstetrical Care of Immigrants and Their Newborns.” New England Journal of Medicine. 337:705-707. 1997.

 

Joyce, T., Henshaw, S.K., J. DeClerque Skatrud.  “The Impact of Mississippi’s Mandatory Delay Law on Abortions and Births.”  Journal of the American Medical Association.  1997. 278:653-658. 1997.

 

Bateman, D., Phibbs, C., Joyce, T, and Heagarty, M.. “The Hospital Costs of Congenital Syphilis.”  Journal of Pediatrics.  130:752-758. 1997.

 

Joyce, T. and Kaestner, R.  "State Reproductive Policies and Adolescent Pregnancy Resolution:  The case of Parental Involvement Laws."  Journal of Health Economics. 15:579-607. 1996.

 

Kaestner, R., Joyce, T., and Wehbeh, H.  "The Effect of Drug Use on Birth Weight: Measurement Error in Binary Variables."  Economic Inquiry 34: 617-629. 1996

 

Joyce, T. and Kaestner, R.  "The Effect of Medicaid Income Eligibility Expansions on Abortion."  Demography 30: 181-192. 1996.

 

Joyce, T., Racine, A., McCalla, S., and Wehbeh, H.  "The Impact of Prenatal Exposure to Cocaine on Newborn Costs and Length of Stay."  Health Services Research 30: 341-358. 1995.

 

Joyce, T.  "Self Selection, Prenatal Care and Birthweight among Blacks, Whites, and Hispanics in New York City."  Journal of Human Resources 29: 762-794. 1994.

 

Racine, A., Joyce, T., and Anderson, R.  "The Association Between Prenatal Care and Birthweight Among Women Exposed to Cocaine in New York City," Journal of the American Medical Association, 270: 1581-1586. 1993.

 

Joyce, T., and Mocan, N.  "Unemployment and Infant Health Time-Series Evidence From the State of Tennessee."  Journal of Human Resources. 28: 185-203. 1993.

 

Joyce, T., and Racine, A.  "The Dramatic Increase in Low Birthweight in New York City -- An Update."  American Journal of Public Health. 83: 109-111. 1993.

 

Joyce, T., Racine, A. and Mocan, N.  "The Consequences and Costs of Maternal Substance Abuse in New York City: A Pooled Time-Series Cross-Section Analysis."  Journal of Health Economics.  11: 297-314. 1992.

 

Grossman, M., and Joyce, T. "Unobservables, Pregnancy Resolutions, and Birthweight Production Functions in New York City."  Journal of Political Economy. 98: 983-1007. 1990.

 

Joyce, T., and Grossman, M.  "Pregnancy Wantedness and the Early Initiation of Prenatal Care." Demography. 27: 1‑17. 1990.

 

Joyce, T. "A Time‑Series Analysis of Unemployment and Health: The Case of Birth Outcomes in New York City." Journal of Health Economics.  8: 419‑436. 1990.

 

Joyce, T., and Mocan, N. "The Impact of Legalized Abortion on Adolescent Childbearing in New York City." American Journal of Public Health.  80: 273-278.  1990

 

Joyce, T.  "The Dramatic Increase in The Rate of Low Birthweight in New York City: An Aggregate Time‑Series Analysis." American Journal of Public Health.  80: 682‑684. 1990.

 

Joyce, T., and Grossman, M. "The Dynamic Relationship Between Low Birthweight and Induced Abortion in New York City: An Aggregate Time‑Series Analyses." Journal of Health Economics. 9: 273-288. 1990.

 

Corman, H., and Joyce, T. "Urban Crime Control: Violent Crime in New York City." Social Science Quarterly.  71: 567-584. 1990.

 

Joyce, T., Corman, H., and Grossman, M. "A Cost‑Effectiveness Analysis of Strategies to Reduce Infant Mortality."  Medical Care. 26: 348‑360. 1988.

 

Joyce, T. "The Social and Economic Correlates of Pregnancy Resolution Among Adolescents in New York City by Race and Ethnicity: A Multivariate Analysis." American Journal of Public Health. 78: 626‑631. 1988.

 

Joyce, T., Grossman, M. and Goldman, F. "An Assessment of the Benefits of Air Pollution Control: The Case of Infant Health."  Journal of Urban Economics. 25: 32‑51. 1988.

 

Corman, H., Joyce, T., and Grossman, M. "Birth Outcome Production Functions in the U.S." Journal of Human Resources. 22: 339‑360. 1987.

 

Corman, H., Joyce, T., Lovitch, N. "Crime, Deterrence, and the Business Cycle in New York City, a VAR Approach. Review of Economics and Statistics. 69: 695‑700. 1987.

 

Joyce, T. "The Impact of Induced Abortion on White and Black Birth Outcomes in the U.S." Demography. 24: 229‑244. 1987.

     

Joyce, T. "The Demand for Health Inputs and Their Impact on the Black Neonatal Mortality Rate." Social Science and Medicine. 24: 911‑918. 1987.

 

 

 

Publications - Contributions to Edited Volumes

 

Racine, A., Joyce, T. and Grossman, M. "Effectiveness of Health Care Services for Pregnant Women and Infants." The Future of Children. 2(2): 40-59, 1992.

 

Corman, H., Joyce, T., and Mocan, N.  "Homicide and Crack in New York City."  In Search for Alternatives:  Drug Control Policy in the United States, edited by Melvyn Krauss and Edward Lazear.  Stanford, CA, Hoover Institution Press.  1991.

 

Grossman, M. and Joyce, T. "Socioeconomic Status and Health: A Personal Research Perspective."  In Income, Schooling, Health, and Jobs, edited by John P. Bunker, Barbara M. Kehrer, and Deanna S. Gomby.  Menlo Park: Kaiser Foundation.  1989.

 

 

Publications - Book Reviews

 

The Demographics of Physician Labor Supply:  Trends and Projections, by P. Kletke, W. Marder, and A. Silberger.  Journal of Health Administration Education, 6:991-992. 1988.

 

 

Letters

 

Joyce, T.  Impact of Minnesota Parental Notification Law on Abortion and Birth.  American Journal of Public Health, 82: 758-759.  1992.

 

 

 

Funded Research

 

Principal Investigator.  “Cigarette Taxes and Prenatal Smoking”  from the  From the National Institute on Child Health and Human Development to the Research Foundation of the City University of New York .  From April, 2001 to March, 2003.

 

Co-Principal Investigator (with Robert Kaestner)  “Effect of State Reproductive Policies on Second Trimester Abortions.”  From the David and Lucile Packard Foundation to the Barcuh College, Center for the Study of Business and Government. From July 1, 1998 to December 31, 1999.

 

Co-Principal Investigator (with Robert Kaestner and Sanders Korenman) “Effects of Unintended Pregnancy on Child Development.”  From the National Institute on Child Health and Human Development to the Barcuh College, Center for the Study of Business and Government.  From April 1, 1998 to March 31, 2001.

 

Co-Principal Investigator (with Howard Minkoff, Tamar Bauer, Elena  Fuentes-Afflick)

“Welfare Reform and the Perinatal Health of Immigrants.”  From the Health Services Research Administration and the New York Community Trust to the Research Foundation of the State University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn. April 1, 1998 - March 31, 2002.

 

Co-Principal Investigator (with Robert Kaestner).  "State Reproductive Policies and Pregnancy Resolution."  From the National Institute on Child Health and Human Development to the National Bureau of Economic Research.  From February, 1996 to January, 1998.

 

Co-Principal Investigator (with Andrew Racine). "Analysis of Infant Mortality in New York City."  From the Medical and Health Research Association of New York City, Inc.  From September, 1995 to June 1996.

 

Principal Investigator, "Impact of Medicaid Changes on Infant Health in New York."  From Agency for Health Care Policy and Research to the National Bureau of Economic Research.  From October 1, 1995 through December 30, 1996.

 

Co-Principal Investigator, "The Neonatal Costs of Maternal Substance Abuse (with Michael Grossman and Andrew Racine).  From the National Institute on Drug Abuse to the National Bureau of Economic Research.  From July 1, 1992 through June 30, 1995.

 

Co-Principal Investigator, "A Cost/Benefit Analysis of Prenatal Substance Abuse Treatment" (with Andrew Racine and Michael Grossman).  From the David and Lucile Packard Foundation to the National Bureau of Economic Research.  From February 1, 1992 to January 31, 1994.

 

Principal Investigator, "The Likely Impact of Severely Restricted Abortion Laws on Adolescent Childbearing Among Whites and Non-Whites in the State of Tennessee." From the Rockefeller Foundation to the National Bureau of Economic Research, from March 1, 1991 through February 28, 1992.

 

Principal Investigator, "Understanding the Dramatic Increase in Low Birthweight in New York City" (with Naci Mocan).  From the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Menlo Park, California to the National Bureau of Economic Research from September, 1990 through August, 1991.

 

Co-Principal Investigator, "Race and Ethnic Differences in U.S. Birth Outcomes" (with Michael Grossman and Hope Corman).  From National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Bethesda, Maryland.  From August 1988 through July 1991.

 

Co-Principal Investigator, "The Impact of Induced Abortion on Birth Outcomes in New York City:  A Time‑Series Analysis" (with Michael Grossman).  From the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Menlo Park, California. From September 1988 through August 1989.

 

Co-Principal Investigator, "A Time‑Series Analysis of Birth Outcomes in New York City" (with Michael Grossman).  From The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation to the National Bureau of Economic Research.  From September 1988 to August 1989.

 

Principal Investigator, "The Impact of Prenatal Care on Race‑Specific Birth Outcomes in New York City.  A Multivariate Time‑Series Analysis."  From the School of Business and Public Administration, Baruch College, CUNY. Summer 1988.

 

Co-Principal Investigator, "The Impact of Induced Abortion on Birth Outcomes in New York City" (with Michael Grossman).  From the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation to the National Bureau of Economic Research.  From July 1986 to January 1988

 

Co-Principal Investigator, "Demographic Analyses of Risk‑Specific Neonatal Mortality" (with Michael Grossman and Hope Corman).  From the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to the National Bureau of Economic Research.  From February 1986 through January, 1988.

 

Principal Investigator, "The Social and Economic Correlates of Pregnancy Resolution Among Adolescents in New York City by Race and Ethnicity: A Multivariate Analysis."  From the School of Business and Public Administration, Baruch College, CUNY.  Summer 1987.

 

 

Professional Activities

 

Member, New York State Panel of Economists

Member, American Economic Association

Member, Health Economics Research Association

Referee, Journal of Health Economics

Referee, Review of Economics and Statistics

Referee, Demography

Referee, Journal of Human Resources

Referee, Medical Care

Referee, American Journal of Public Health

Referee, Eastern Economic Journal

Referee, Health Affairs  

Referee, Inquiry

Referee, Income and Wealth

Referee, Family Planning Perspectives