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Katherine Baicker, Principal Investigator

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.

Amy Finkelstein Profile
Amy Finkelstein, Principal Investigator

Amy Finkelstein is the John and Jennie S. MacDonald Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the co-founder and Co-Scientific Director of the Jameel Poverty Action Lab-North America. Her research interests focus on public finance and health economics, particularly market failures and government intervention in insurance and health care markets. She has been an NBER affiliate since 2001.

Supported by the National Institute on Aging grants #R01 AG034151, #R01AG034151, and #3R01AG034151-09S1

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