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Laura Wherry

Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
New York University
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New York, NY 10012
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NBER Program Affiliations: HC , HE
NBER Affiliation: Faculty Research Fellow
Institutional Affiliation: New York University

NBER Working Papers and Publications

January 2020The Economic Consequences of Being Denied an Abortion
with Sarah Miller, Diana Greene Foster: w26662
October 2019What Difference Does a Diagnosis Make? Evidence from Marginal Patients
with Mattan Alalouf, Sarah Miller: w26363
July 2019Medicaid and Mortality: New Evidence from Linked Survey and Administrative Data
with Sarah Miller, Norman Johnson: w26081
October 2018The Impact of Insurance Expansions on the Already Insured: The Affordable Care Act and Medicare
with Colleen M. Carey, Sarah Miller: w25153
September 2017Multi-generational Impacts of Childhood Access to the Safety Net: Early Life Exposure to Medicaid and the Next Generation’s Health
with Chloe N. East, Sarah Miller, Marianne Page: w23810
February 2015Childhood Medicaid Coverage and Later Life Health Care Utilization
with Sarah Miller, Robert Kaestner, Bruce D. Meyer: w20929

Published: Laura R. Wherry & Sarah Miller & Robert Kaestner & Bruce D. Meyer, 2018. "Childhood Medicaid Coverage and Later-Life Health Care Utilization," The Review of Economics and Statistics, vol 100(2), pages 287-302. citation courtesy of

August 2012Saving Teens: Using a Policy Discontinuity to Estimate the Effects of Medicaid Eligibility
with Bruce D. Meyer: w18309

Published: Laura R. Wherry & Bruce D. Meyer, 2016. "Saving Teens: Using a Policy Discontinuity to Estimate the Effects of Medicaid Eligibility," Journal of Human Resources, University of Wisconsin Press, vol. 51(3), pages 556-588. citation courtesy of

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