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Joseph Doyle Profile
Joseph J. Doyle, Co-Director

Joseph J. Doyle is the Erwin H. Schell Professor of Management and Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management. His research ranges widely in the field of health economics, addressing both the delivery of health care services and the operation of health insurance markets.

David Laibson
David Laibson, Co-Director

David Laibson is the Robert I. Goldman Professor of Economics at Harvard University. His research focuses on behavioral economics, household finance, macroeconomics, and biosocial science.

Marcella Alsan
Marcella Alsan, Advisory Council

Marcella Alsan, who is both an economist and a physician, is a professor of public policy at Harvard Kennedy School. Her research focuses on the causes and consequences of racial disparities in health care usage and health outcomes.

Katherine Baicker, Advisory Council

Katherine Baicker is Dean and Emmett Dedmon Professor at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy. Her research focuses on the effects of public and private health insurance coverage on the distribution and quality of health care services.

Christopher F. Chabris
Christopher F. Chabris, Advisory Council

Christopher F. Chabris is a psychologist who codirects both the Behavioral and Decision Sciences Program and the Behavioral Insights Team at Geisinger, an integrated healthcare system in Pennsylvania. His research focuses on attention, intelligence, decision-making, and behavior genetics.

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David C. Chan, Advisory Council

David C. Chan is an associate professor of medicine at the Stanford School of Medicine. His research draws on labor and organizational economics to study the use of information in health care and the implications for productivity.

Jonathan Skinner Profile
Jonathan S. Skinner, Advisory Council

Jonathan S. Skinner is a James O. Freedman Presidential Professor in the Department of Economics, Dartmouth College, and a professor in the Department of Community and Family Medicine at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine. His research focuses on government transfer programs, health care technology, disparities in health care, and saving behavior. He has been an NBER affiliate since 1985.

Supported by the National Institute on Aging grant #P30AG034532

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- Health Services Research
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CITATION: Health Services Research 55(4), July 2020, pp. 503–511

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