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Mark Duggan
Mark Duggan
Professor of Economics, Stanford University
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The rise in the disability rolls and the decline in unemployment
DH Autor, MG Duggan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 118 (1), 157-206, 2003
14022003
The growth in the social security disability rolls: a fiscal crisis unfolding
DH Autor, MG Duggan
Journal of Economic perspectives 20 (3), 71-96, 2006
6632006
More guns, more crime
M Duggan
Journal of political Economy 109 (5), 1086-1114, 2001
6182001
Hospital ownership and public medical spending
MG Duggan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 115 (4), 1343-1373, 2000
5362000
Winning isn’t everything: Corruption in sumo wrestling
M Duggan, SD Levitt
American Economic Review 92 (5), 1594-1605, 2002
4662002
Paying a premium on your premium? Consolidation in the US health insurance industry
L Dafny, M Duggan, S Ramanarayanan
American Economic Review 102 (2), 1161-1185, 2012
4402012
How does risk selection respond to risk adjustment? New evidence from the Medicare Advantage Program
J Brown, M Duggan, I Kuziemko, W Woolston
American Economic Review 104 (10), 3335-3364, 2014
3652014
Guns and suicide
M Duggan
Evaluating gun policy: Effects on crime and violence 41, 2003
303*2003
The effect of Medicare Part D on pharmaceutical prices and utilization
M Duggan, FS Morton
American Economic Review 100 (1), 590-607, 2010
2872010
Aching to retire? The rise in the full retirement age and its impact on the social security disability rolls
M Duggan, P Singleton, J Song
Journal of public economics 91 (7-8), 1327-1350, 2007
2872007
Hospital market structure and the behavior of not-for-profit hospitals
M Duggan
RAND Journal of Economics, 433-446, 2002
2032002
The distortionary effects of government procurement: evidence from Medicaid prescription drug purchasing
M Duggan, FM Scott Morton
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 121 (1), 1-30, 2006
1952006
Do new prescription drugs pay for themselves?: The case of second-generation antipsychotics
M Duggan
Journal of health Economics 24 (1), 1-31, 2005
1882005
Does contracting out increase the efficiency of government programs? Evidence from Medicaid HMOs
M Duggan
Journal of Public Economics 88 (12), 2549-2572, 2004
1812004
Supporting work: A proposal for modernizing the US disability insurance system
David H. Autor, M Duggan
Center for American Progress, 2010
1742010
Who benefits when the government pays more? Pass-through in the Medicare Advantage program
M Duggan, A Starc, B Vabson
Journal of Public Economics 141, 50-67, 2016
1602016
Why are the disability rolls skyrocketing? The contribution of population characteristics, economic conditions, and program generosity
M Duggan, SA Imberman
Health at older ages: The causes and consequences of declining disability …, 2009
1592009
The market impacts of pharmaceutical product patents in developing countries: Evidence from India
M Duggan, C Garthwaite, A Goyal
American Economic Review 106 (01), 99-135, 2016
1502016
Has the shift to managed care reduced Medicaid expenditures? Evidence from state and local‐level mandates
M Duggan, T Hayford
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 32 (3), 505-535, 2013
1242013
The impact of disability benefits on labor supply: Evidence from the VA's disability compensation program
DH Autor, M Duggan, K Greenberg, DS Lyle
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 8 (3), 31-68, 2016
1212016
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