The Journal of Economic Perspectives Fall 2017 Volume 31, Number 4 The Journal of Economic Perspectives The Journal of Fall 2017, Volume 31, Number 4 Economic Perspectives Symposia Health Insurance and Choice Jonathan Gruber, “Delivering Public Health Insurance Through Private Plan Choice in the United States” Michael Geruso and Timothy J. Layton, “Selection in Health Insurance Markets and Its Policy Remedies” Keith Marzilli Ericson and Justin Sydnor, “The Questionable Value of Having a Choice of Levels of Health Insurance Coverage” From Experiments to Economic Policy A journal of the American Economic Association Abhijit Banerjee, Rukmini Banerji, James Berry, Esther Duo, Harini Kannan, Shobhini Mukerji, Marc Shotland, and Michael Walton, “From Proof of Concept to Scalable Policies: Challenges and Solutions, with an Application” Karthik Muralidharan and Paul Niehaus, “Experimentation at Scale” Omar Al-Ubaydli, John A. List, Danielle LoRe, and Dana Suskind, “Scaling for Economists: Lessons from the Non-Adherence Problem in the Medical Literature” Articles Canice Prendergast, “How Food Banks Use Markets to Feed the Poor” Thomas Sampson, “Brexit: The Economics of International Disintegration” Tessa Bold, Deon Filmer, Gayle Martin, Ezequiel Molina, Brian Stacy, Christophe Rockmore, Jakob Svensson, and Waly Wane, “Enrollment without Learning: Teacher Effort, Knowledge, and Skill in Primary
Journal of Economic Perspectives – American Economic Association
Published: Nov 1, 2017
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