Haizhen Lin

Associate Professor, Business Economics and Public Policy, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

Faculty Research Fellow, National Bureau of Economic Research

Email: hzlin@indiana.edu

Phone: 812-855-3535

Vita:   Curriculum Vitae

Areas of Research: Health Economics, Industrial Organization, Applied Econometrics, Law and Economics

 


Selected Publications

Search and prices in Medigap insurance policies, with Matthijs Wildenbeest, Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, forthcoming.

Intertemporal substitution in health care demand: Evidence from the RAND Health Insurance Experiment, with Dan Sacks, Journal of Public Economics, forthcoming.

Information technology and patient health: Analyzing outcomes, populations, and mechanisms, with Seth Freedman and Jeffrey Prince, American Journal of Health Economics, 4(1), 51-79, 2018.

Determinants of policy response: The case of the partnership long-term care insurance program, with Jeffrey Prince, Health Services Research, 51(2), 687-703, 2016.

Quality choice and market structure: A dynamic analysis of nursing home oligopolies, International Economic Review, 56(4), 1261-1290, 2015.

Competition and price discrimination in the parking garage industry, with Isabelle Yijia Wang, Journal of Industrial Economics, 63(3), 522-548, 2015.

Public health insurance expansions and hospital technology adoption, with Seth Freedman and Kosali Simon, Journal of Public Economics, 121, 117-131, 2015.

Revisiting the relationship between nurse staffing and quality of care in nursing homes: An instrumental variables approach, Journal of Health Economics, 37, 13-24, 2014.

The impact of the partnership long-term care insurance program on private coverage, with Jeffrey Prince, Journal of Health Economics, 32(6), 1205-1213, 2013.

Financial distress and use of mental health care: Evidence from antidepressant prescription claims, with Jonathan Ketcham, Kosali Simon, and Niels Rosenquist, Economics Letters, 121(3), 449-453, 2013.

 

Working Papers

Multimarket contact in health insurance: Evidence from Medicare Advantage, with Ian McCarthy.