Positions

Selected Publications

Academic Article

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2020 The Rise in Pediatric Obesity-Related Conditions and Costs in Public Insurance Programs: Evidence from AlabamaChildhood Obesity.  16:291-299. 2020
2019 Assessing the Quality Measure for Follow-up Care After Children's Psychiatric Hospitalizations.Hospital pediatrics.  9:834-843. 2019
2019 Impact of Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act on Costs and Utilization in Alabama's Children's Health Insurance Program 2019
2018 Assessing the Impact of Case Management on Medicaid Clients with Chronic Diseases 2018
2017 ACA Exchange Competitiveness In Texas 2017
2017 Five-State Study of ACA Marketplace Competition: A Summary Report 2017
2017 In replyJAMA Pediatrics.  171:918-919. 2017
2017 Outcomes associated with early preventive dental care among Medicaid-enrolled children in AlabamaJAMA Pediatrics.  171:335-341. 2017
2017 An assessment of the CHIP/medicaid quality measure for ADHDAmerican Journal of Managed Care.  23:e1-e9. 2017
2016 Preventive Dental Care and Long-Term Dental Outcomes among ALL Kids EnrolleesHealth Services Research.  51:2242-2257. 2016
2016 Turmoil in the Health Insurance Marketplaces 2016
2016 The effects of state-level expenditures for home- and community-based services on the risk of becoming a long-stay nursing home resident after hip fractureOsteoporosis International.  27:953-961. 2016
2016 The great recession of 2007-2009 and public insurance coverage for children in alabama: Enrollment and claims data from 1999-2011Public Health Reports.  131:348-356. 2016
2016 Initial impacts of the patient care networks of Alabama initiativeHealth Services Research.  51:146-166. 2016
2016 Health expenditure concentration and characteristics of high-cost enrollees in CHIPINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  53. 2016
2015 Adverse selection in the children's health insurance programINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  52. 2015
2015 Enrollment, expenditures, and utilization after chip expansion: Evidence from alabama 2015
2015 Fractures and mortality in relation to different osteoporosis treatmentsClinical and Experimental Rheumatology.  33:302-309. 2015
2015 The earnings and consulting income of US health economists: Results from the 2012 survey of the American society of health economists 2015
2015 The impact of texting bans on motor vehicle crash-related hospitalizationsAmerican Journal of Public Health.  105:859-865. 2015
2014 Patterns and predictors of osteoporosis medication discontinuation and switching among Medicare beneficiariesBMC Musculoskeletal Disorders.  15. 2014
2014 Death, debility, and destitution following hip fracture 2014
2014 Can increases in CHIP copayments reduce program expenditures on prescription drugs?Medicare & medicaid research review.  4. 2014
2014 Can increases in CHIP copayments reduce program expenditures on prescription drugs?Medicare & medicaid research review.  4. 2014
2014 Impact of texting laws on motor vehicular fatalities in the united statesAmerican Journal of Public Health.  104:1370-1377. 2014
2014 Trends in the utilization and outcomes of medicare patients hospitalized for hip fracture, 2000-2008Journal of Aging and Health.  26:360-379. 2014
2013 Characteristics of low-severity emergency department use among CHIP enrolleesAmerican Journal of Managed Care.  19. 2013
2013 Co-payments and the use of emergency department services in the Children'S Health Insurance Program 2013
2013 Favorable selection, risk adjustment, and the medicare advantage programHealth Services Research.  48:1039-1056. 2013
2013 A close examination of healthcare expenditures related to fracturesJournal of Bone and Mineral Research.  28:816-820. 2013
2013 Physicians' explanations for apparent gaps in the quality of rheumatology care: Results from the US Medicare Physician Quality Reporting SystemArthritis Care and Research.  65:235-243. 2013
2013 Effectiveness of preventive dental visits in reducing nonpreventive dental visits and expendituresPediatrics.  131:1107-1113. 2013
2013 Generic alendronate use among medicare beneficiaries: Are part d data complete?Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety.  22:55-63. 2013
2013 Measuring prevention more broadly: an empirical assessment of CHIPRA core measuresMedicare & medicaid research review.  3. 2013
2013 Mortality following bone metastasis and skeletal-related events among patients 65 years and above with lung cancer: A population-based analysis of U.S. Medicare beneficiaries, 1999-2006Lung India.  30:20-26. 2013
2012 Recent trends in hip fracture rates by race/ethnicity among older US adultsJournal of Bone and Mineral Research.  27:2325-2332. 2012
2012 Did copayment changes reduce health service utilization among CHIP enrollees? Evidence from alabamaHealth Services Research.  47:1603-1620. 2012
2012 Central DXA utilization shifts from office-based to hospital-based settings among medicare beneficiaries in the wake of reimbursement changesJournal of Bone and Mineral Research.  27:858-864. 2012
2012 The impact of CHIP coverage on children with asthma in AlabamaClinical Pediatrics.  51:247-253. 2012
2012 Analyzing the Gender Gap in the Salary of Health Administration FacultyJournal of Health Administration Education.  29. 2012
2012 Evaluating comorbidity scores based on health service expendituresMedicare & medicaid research review.  2. 2012
2012 Mortality following bone metastasis and skeletal-related events among women with breast cancer: A population-based analysis of U.S. Medicare beneficiaries, 1999-2006Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.  131:231-238. 2012
2012 The effects of premium changes on ALL Kids, Alabama's CHIP programMedicare & medicaid research review.  2. 2012
2011 Continuity of insurance coverage and ambulatory care-sensitive hospitalizations/ED visits: Evidence from the children's health insurance programClinical Pediatrics.  50:963-973. 2011
2011 Gas prices, beer taxes and GDL programmes: Effects on auto fatalities among young adults in the USApplied Economics.  43:3645-3654. 2011
2011 Mortality following bone metastasis and skeletal-related events among men with prostate cancer: A population-based analysis of US Medicare beneficiaries, 1999-2006Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases.  14:177-183. 2011
2011 Erratum: Clinical and demographic factors associated with fractures among older Americans (Osteoporosis International DOI: 10.1007/s00198-010-1300-8)Osteoporosis International.  22:1275-1276. 2011
2011 Clinical and demographic factors associated with fractures among older AmericansOsteoporosis International.  22:1263-1274. 2011
2011 Medical liability and health care reform. 2011
2010 Predicting hip and major osteoporotic fractures using administrative dataArchives of Internal Medicine.  170:1940-1942. 2010
2010 Health services utilization after fractures: Evidence from Medicare 2010
2010 Identifying types of nursing facility stays using medicare claims data: An algorithm and validation 2010
2010 The societal burden of osteoporosisCurrent Rheumatology Reports.  12:186-191. 2010
2010 Is withholding osteoporosis medication after fracture sometimes rational? A Comparison of the risk for second fracture versus death 2010
2010 Job Responsibilities and Expectations of Assistant Professors:Does School of Employment Matter?Journal of Health Administration Education.  26. 2010
2010 Outside Consulting Income of Health Administration FacultyJournal of Health Administration Education.  27. 2010
2010 Publication Activity of Health Administration FacultyJournal of Health Administration Education.  27. 2010
2009 Health care expenditures associated with skeletal fractures among medicare beneficiaries, 1999-2005Journal of Bone and Mineral Research.  24:2050-2055. 2009
2009 "pathologic" fractures: Should these be included in epidemiologic studies of osteoporotic fractures?Osteoporosis International.  20:1969-1972. 2009
2009 Estimated prevalence and patterns of presumed osteoporosis among older Americans based on Medicare dataOsteoporosis International.  20:1507-1515. 2009
2009 The geographic availability and associated utilization of dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) testing among older persons in the United StatesOsteoporosis International.  20:1553-1561. 2009
2009 The effects of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 on home health and hospice in older adult cancer patientsMedical Care.  47:279-285. 2009
2009 Academic Health Administration: Who are We? What Do We Do? and What are Our Views Concerning the Profession?Journal of Health Administration Education.  26. 2009
2008 Medical malpractice reform and employer-sponsored health insurance premiumsHealth Services Research.  43:2124-2142. 2008
2008 Regional Variation in the Denial of Reimbursement for Bone Mineral Density Testing Among US Medicare BeneficiariesJournal of Clinical Densitometry.  11:568-574. 2008
2008 The economics of specialty hospitals 2008
2008 Health economists' views of health policyJournal of Health Politics, Policy and Law.  33:707-724. 2008
2008 The production of published research by U.S. academic health economistsInternational Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics.  8:87-111. 2008
2008 US health economists: Who we are and what we doHealth Economics.  17:535-543. 2008
2007 Damages caps in medical malpractice casesMilbank Quarterly.  85:259-286. 2007
2007 The earnings of U.S. health economistsJournal of Health Economics.  26:358-372. 2007
2007 Effects of specialty hospitals on the financial performance of general hospitals, 1997-2004INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  44:321-334. 2007
2007 Free-standing ambulatory surgery centers and hospital surgery volumeINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  44:200-210. 2007
2007 Systemwide implications of the repeal of the national maximum speed limitAccident Analysis and Prevention.  39:180-189. 2007
2006 Graduated drivers license programs and rural teenage motor vehicle fatalitiesJournal of Rural Health.  22:300-307. 2006
2006 Patterns and predictors of home health and hospice use by older adults with cancerJournal of the American Geriatrics Society.  54:1206-1211. 2006
2006 HMO penetration, hospital competition, and growth of ambulatory surgery centersHealth Care Financing Review.  27:111-122. 2006
2006 Not-for-profit survival in a competitive world.Frontiers of Health Services Management.  22. 2006
2006 Employer choices of family premium sharingInternational Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics.  6:25-47. 2006
2006 Do higher gasoline taxes save lives?Economics Letters.  90:51-55. 2006
2006 The strength of graduated drivers license programs and fatalities among teen drivers and passengersAccident Analysis and Prevention.  38:135-141. 2006
2006 Tort law and medical malpractice insurance premiumsINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  43:255-270. 2006
2005 State motor vehicle laws and older driversHealth Economics.  14:407-419. 2005
2005 Graduated driver licensing and teen traffic fatalitiesJournal of Health Economics.  24:571-589. 2005
2004 Elderly licensure laws and motor vehicle fatalities 2004
2004 Gasoline prices and motor vehicle fatalitiesJournal of Policy Analysis and Management.  23:575-593. 2004
2004 Are Healthier Older Adults Choosing Managed Care?Gerontologist.  44:85-94. 2004
2003 Cost shifting: new myths, old confusion, and enduring reality.Health Affairs.  Suppl Web Exclusives. 2003
2003 Do "Any Willing Provider" and "Freedom of Choice" Laws Affect HMO Market Share?INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  40:362-374. 2003
2003 Managed care and employer premiums.International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics.  3:95-116. 2003
2003 The effects of CON repeal on medicaid nursing home and long-term care expendituresINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  40:146-157. 2003
2001 The near-elderly, early retirees, and managed careHealth Affairs.  20:197-206. 2001
2001 Competition in hospital and health insurance markets: a review and research agenda.Health Services Research.  36:191-221. 2001
2001 CEO perceptions of competition and strategic response in hospital markets 2001
2001 Endogenous fringe benefits, compensating wage differentials and older workersInternational Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics.  1:203-226. 2001
2001 The Effect of State Regulations on Motor Vehicle Fatalities for Younger and Older Drivers: A Review and AnalysisMilbank Quarterly.  79:517-545. 2001
2001 Why do employers do what they do? Compensating differentials.International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics.  1:195-201. 2001
2000 Charity care by non-profit hospitals: The price of tax-exempt debtInternational Journal of Phytoremediation.  21:47-62. 2000
1999 Small group reform and insurance provision by small firms, 1989-1995INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  36:176-187. 1999
1999 The effects of managed care on physician and clinical integration in hospitalsMedical Care.  37:350-361. 1999
1999 Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance and Mandated Benefit LawsMilbank Quarterly.  77:425-459. 1999
1998 The spread of state any willing provider lawsHealth Services Research.  33:1537-1562. 1998
1998 The spread of state any willing provider laws.Health Services Research.  33:1537-1562. 1998
1998 Are patients traveling further?International Journal of Phytoremediation.  21:203-221. 1998
1998 Managed care and processes to integrate physicians/hospitalsHealth Care Management Review.  23:70-80. 1998
1998 Physician and clinical integration among rural hospitalsJournal of Rural Health.  14:312-326. 1998
1997 Switching to managed care in the small employer marketINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  34:237-248. 1997
1997 Death and reputation: How consumers acted upon HCFA mortality informationINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  34:117-128. 1997
1997 Beer Taxes, Workers' Compensation, And Industrial Injury 1997
1997 Small group insurance reform: how are state programs measuring up? 1997
1997 The New Dominance of Managed Care: Insurance Trends in the 1990sHealth Affairs.  16:125-136. 1997
1996 Trauma patients: An analysis of rural ambulance trip reportsJournal of Trauma Injury Infection and Critical Care.  41:741-746. 1996
1996 Do Nonprofit Hospitals Pay Their Way?Health Affairs.  15:132-144. 1996
1996 Hospital cost shifting, a continuing debate. 1996
1996 Managed Care and Physician/Hospital IntegrationHealth Affairs.  15:62-73. 1996
1996 Simplifying the Assessment of Rural Emergency Medical Service Trauma TransportMedical Care.  34:1085-1092. 1996
1996 Simplifying the Assessment of Rural Emergency Medical Services Trauma TransportMedical Care.  34:1180-1187. 1996
1996 Tax-exempt debt and the capital structure of nonprofit organizations: An application to hospitals 1996
1995 Rural Emergency Medical Services: Patients, Destinations, Times, and ServicesJournal of Rural Health.  11:286-294. 1995
1994 Small employers and the health insurance marketHealth Affairs.  13:149-161. 1994
1994 Health care reform: Public views of problems and solutions 1994
1993 On defining small areas.Medical Care.  31:YS89-YS95. 1993
1993 Hospital pricing: cost shifting and competition. 1993
1993 On defining small areasMedical Care.  31:YS89-YS95. 1993
1993 Retiree health benefitsAnnual Review of Public Health.  14:271-292. 1993
1993 State mandates, self-insurance, and employer demand for substance abuse and mental health insurance coverage.Advances in health economics and health services research.  14:209-224. 1993
1992 Employer-sponsored postretirement health benefits: Not your mother’s medigap planGerontologist.  32:693-703. 1992
1992 Firearms, firearms injury, and gun control: a critical survey of the literature.Advances in health economics and health services research.  13:65-82. 1992
1992 Mean time parameters reveal differences in the pharmacokinetics of indium- 111 and iodine-131-labeled B72.3 monoclonal antibodyJournal of Nuclear Medicine.  33:2248-2250. 1992
1991 Employer-sponsored insurance coverage for alcohol and drug abuse treatment, 1988INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  28:393-402. 1991
1991 Endogenous hospital regulation and its effects on hospital and non-hospital expenditures 1991
1991 Bypassing rural hospitals for obstetrics careJournal of Health Politics, Policy and Law.  16:87-118. 1991
1991 The role of local hospitals in physician rural location decisionsINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  28:7-18. 1991
1990 Employer-sponsored health insurance for retired AmericansHealth Affairs.  9:57-73. 1990
1990 Group Health Insurance: A Hedonic Price Approach. 1990
1990 Determinants of rural travel distance for obstetrics careMedical Care.  28:853-865. 1990
1990 Health economics: A report on the fieldJournal of Health Politics, Policy and Law.  15:627-646. 1990
1990 Hospital demand for physicians. 1990
1990 Physician integration strategies and hospital output: A comparison of rural and urban institutionsMedical Care.  28:586-603. 1990
1990 THE DEMISE OF HOSPITAL PHILANTHROPY 1990
1989 A resource-dependence model of hospital contract managementHealth Services Research.  24:259-284. 1989
1989 Regional variation in health insurance coverageHealth Affairs.  8:91-103. 1989
1988 Award programs reduce costs, improve worker safety records. 1988
1988 Capital Structure, Ownership, and Capital Payment Policy: The Case of Hospitals 1988
1988 Case shifting and the Medicare Prospective Payment SystemAmerican Journal of Public Health.  78:553-556. 1988
1988 Cost of capital to the hospital sectorJournal of Health Economics.  7:25-45. 1988
1988 Defining geographic markets for hospital care. 1988
1988 Effects of the Medicare prospective payment system on hospital cost containment: An early appraisalMilbank Quarterly.  66:191-220. 1988
1988 Employer-sponsored insurance coverage for alcoholism and drug-abuse treatments 1988
1988 Hospital care for the 'self-pay' patientJournal of Health Politics, Policy and Law.  13:83-102. 1988
1988 Hospital selection into multihospital systems: The effects of market, management, and missionMedical Care.  26:159-176. 1988
1988 Hospital-physician integration and hospital costsINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  25:388-401. 1988
1988 Medicare prospective payment and posthospital transfers to subacute careMedical Care.  26:685-698. 1988
1988 Medicare prospective payment and the use of medical technologies in hospitalsMedical Care.  26:837-850. 1988
1988 Shifting medicare patients out of the hospitalHealth Affairs.  7:52-64. 1988
1987 Capital markets and the growth of multihospital systems.Advances in health economics and health services research.  7:83-109. 1987
1987 Hospital participation in multihospital systems.Advances in health economics and health services research.  7:59-81. 1987
1987 Cost sharing and the changing pattern of employer-sponsored health benefitsMilbank Quarterly.  65:521-550. 1987
1987 Hospital acquisition or management contract: A theory of strategic choiceHealth Care Management Review.  12:21-30. 1987
1987 Is state rate setting the best path to controlling costs?Health Affairs.  6:170-172. 1987
1987 The economic basis of hyde: Are market power and hospital exclusive contracts related? 1987
1986 The Role of Physicians in Hospital Production. 1986
1986 Hospital philanthropy in the future. 1986
1986 Effects of competition, regulation, and corporatization on hospital-physician relationshipsJournal of Health and Social Behavior.  27:220-235. 1986
1986 Medical staff specialty mix and hospital productionJournal of Health Economics.  5:253-276. 1986
1986 Redefining the hospital-physician relationship under prospective paymentINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  23:166-175. 1986
1985 Credentialing: Say good-bye to the 'rubber stamp' 1985
1985 Economic regulation and hospital behavior: The effects on medical staff organization and hospital-physician relationshipsHealth Services Research.  20:597-628. 1985
1985 Hospital-physician joint ventures: Who's doing what 1985
1985 Physician influence in hospitals: An update 1985
1985 The expanding medical staff: Nonphysician practitioners 1985
1985 The myth of the closed medical staff 1985
1985 A theory of organizational response to hospital regulation: a reply to Smith and Mick.Academy of Management Review.  10:337-343. 1985
1985 Acquisition strategies of multihospital systemsHealth Affairs.  4:49-66. 1985
1984 A survey of hospital medical staffs. II. 1984
1984 Hospital rate review. A theory and an empirical reviewJournal of Health Economics.  3:25-47. 1984
1984 More hospitals compensate physicians for administrative role: survey. Part 2. 1984
1984 The composition of hospital medical staffsHealth Care Management Review.  9:11-20. 1984
1984 The nature of hospital-HMO affiliationsHealth Care Management Review.  9:51-60. 1984
1983 A survey of hospital medical staffs--Part 1. 1983
1983 A survey of hospital medical staffs. II 1983
1983 A survey of hospital medical staffs: Part 1. New data reveal surprises in size, composition, committee structure, and participation in governance 1983
1983 Survey of hospital medical staffs. I 1983
1983 Those changing medical staffs: survey shows some surprising trends. Part 1. 1983
1983 Physician supply, protective pricing and implications for hospital medical staffs. 1983
1983 A theory of organizational response to regulation: the case of hospitals.Academy of Management Review.  8:193-205. 1983
1983 Corporate health benefits and the indexing of the personal income taxJournal of Health Politics, Policy and Law.  7:846-854. 1983
1983 Hospitals and health maintenance organizations: An analysis of the Minneapolis-St. Paul experienceHealth Care Financing Review.  4:59-69. 1983
1983 State rate setting: an analysis of some unresolved issues.Health Affairs.  2:36-47. 1983
1982 An empirical analysis of HMO market shareINQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing.  19:136-149. 1982
1979 The effects of Medicaid reimbursement on nursing home services 1979
1979 The effects of Medicaid reimbursement on nursing home services 1979
Adverse Selection
Coinsurance, Copays, and Deductibles
Compensation Differentials
Cost Shifting
Cost Shifting
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)
Health Insurance
Price Sensitivity in Health Insurance
Price Sensitivity of Health Care Services
Selective Contracting
Tax Subsidy of Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance
The Earnings of University Faculty in Health Administration: What Characteristics Influence PayJournal of Health Administration Education.  26.

Chapter

Year Title Altmetric
2019 State Small-Group Insurance Reform.  71-95. 2019
2018 Nursing homes and the long-term care market.  193-215. 2018
2014 Cost Shifting.  126-129. 2014
2014 State Insurance Mandates in the USA.  348-351. 2014
2013 Health insurance in the United States.  957-995. 2013

Teaching Activities

  • AHD730 - Health Econ & Insurance (Fall Term 2020) 2020
  • AHD730 - Health Econ & Insurance (Fall Term 2018) 2018
  • AHD730 - Health Econ & Insurance (Fall Term 2016) 2016
  • AHD730 - Health Econ & Insurance (Spring Term 2015) 2015
  • HCO620 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2014) 2014
  • HCO620 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2014) 2014
  • HCO720 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2014) 2014
  • HCO697 - Internship (Summer Term 2013) 2013
  • HCO620 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2013) 2013
  • HCO620 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2013) 2013
  • HCO720 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2013) 2013
  • AHD730 - Health Econ & Insurance (Fall Term 2012) 2012
  • HCO697 - Internship (Summer Term 2012) 2012
  • HCO620 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2012) 2012
  • HCO620 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2012) 2012
  • HCO697 - Internship (Spring Term 2012) 2012
  • HCO720 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2012) 2012
  • HCO697 - Internship (Fall Term 2011) 2011
  • HCO620 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2011) 2011
  • HCO620 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2011) 2011
  • HCO697 - Internship (Spring Term 2011) 2011
  • HCO720 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2011) 2011
  • AHD730 - Health Econ & Insurance (Fall Term 2010) 2010
  • HCO697 - Internship (Summer Term 2010) 2010
  • HCO697 - Internship (Summer Term 2010) 2010
  • HCO620 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2010) 2010
  • HCO720 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2010) 2010
  • HCO620 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2009) 2009
  • HCO720 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2009) 2009
  • HCO697 - Internship (Fall Term 2008) 2008
  • HCO697 - Internship (Summer Term 2008) 2008
  • HCO720 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Spring Term 2008) 2008
  • HCO720 - Health Ins/Managed Care (Fall Term 2007) 2007
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, University of Washington 1979
  • Bachelor of Science or Mathematics in Economics, Northern State University 1975
  • Master of Arts in Economics, University of Washington 1975
  • Full Name

  • Michael Morrisey