Research

PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS

 

Refereed Journal Articles

 

Young, Cristobal, Charles Varner, Ithai Z. Lurie and Richard Prisinzano (Forthcoming) “Millionaire Migration and the Demography of the Elite: Implications for American Tax Policy” American Sociological Review. 


 

Helmchen, Lorens A., David W Brown, Ithai Z. Lurie and Anthony T. Lo Sasso. (2015). “Health Savings Accounts: Growth Concentrated Among High-Income Households and Large Employers.” Health Affairs. 34(9): 1594-1598.


 

Heim, Bradley T., Gillian Hunter, Ithai Z. Lurie, and Shanthi Ramnath. (2015). “The ACA and Premium Affordability: Evidence from the Self- Employed.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law. 40(5):1061-1085


Heim, Bradley T. and Ithai Z. Lurie. (2015). “Does Health Reform Lead to Increased Job Mobility? Evidence from Massachusetts.” American Journal of Health Economics. 1(3):374-398


 Heim, Bradley T. and Ithai Z. Lurie. (2014). “Does health reform affect self-employment? Evidence from Massachusetts.” Small Business Economics. 43(4):917-930.

 

Heim, Bradley T. and Ithai Z. Lurie. (2014). “Taxes, Income, and Retirement Savings: Differences by Permanent and Transitory Income.” Contemporary Economic Policy. 32(3):592-617.

 

Heim, Bradley T. and Ithai Z. Lurie. (2014) “Did Reform of the Non-Group Health Insurance Market Affect the Decision to be Self-Employed? Evidence from State Reforms in the 1990’s.” Health Economics. 23(7):841-860.

 

Heim, Bradley T. and Ithai Z. Lurie, “The Impact of Insurance Subsidies on Self-Employment: Do State Individual Health Insurance Regulations Matter?” Contemporary Economic Policy, January 2013; 31(1): 94-109.

 

Heim, Bradley, Ithai Z. Lurie and Shanthi Ramnath, “Immigrant-Native Differences in Employer Provided Retirement Plan Participation”. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, July 2012; 11(3):365-388.

 

Heim, Bradley, and Ithai Z. Lurie, “The Effect of Recent Tax Changes on Tax-Deferred Retirement Saving Behavior”. National Tax Journal, June 2012; 65: 283-311

 

Bradley T. Heim and Ithai Z. Lurie, “The Effect of Self-Employed Health Insurance Subsidies on Self-Employment”. Journal of Public Economics 2010; 94(11-12):995-1007.

 

Ithai Z. Lurie, and Alexandra Minicozzi, “Understanding the Increasingly Popular Itemized Deduction for Medical Expenses”. Medical Care Research and Review December 2010; 67(6):707-721.

 

Heim, Bradley, and Ithai Z. Lurie, “Do Increased Premium Subsidies Affect How Much Health Insurance Is Purchased? Evidence from the Self-Employed”. Journal of Health Economics 2009; 28: 1197-1210.

 

Lurie, Ithai Z.  “The Differential Effect of the SCHIP Expansions by Children's

Age” Health Services Research. 44(5):1504-1520.

 

Lurie, Ithai Z., Larry M. Manheim, Dorothy D. Dunlop, “Differences in Medical Care Expenditures for Adults with Depression compared with Adults with Major Chronic Conditions” Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 2009; 12(2): 87-95.

 

Lo Sasso, Anthony T., and Ithai Z. Lurie, “Community Rating and the Market for Private Non-Group Health Insurance,” Journal of Public Economics 2009 93(1-2):1394-1415.

 

Lurie, Ithai Z., Dorothy D. Dunlop, Larry M. Manheim, “Trends in out-of-pocket medical care expenditures for medicare-age adults with arthritis between 1998 and 2004,” Arthritis & Rheumatism 2008; 58(8):2236-2240.

 

Lurie, Ithai Z., “Welfare reform and the decline in the health-insurance coverage of children of non-permanent residents,” Journal of Health Economics 2008;27(3): 786-793

 

Buchmueller, Thomas C., Anthony T. Lo Sasso, Ithai Z. Lurie, and Sarah Senesky, “Immigrants and Employer-Provided Health Insurance,” Health Services Research 2007; 42(1):286-310.

 

Lindrooth, Richard C., Anthony T. Lo Sasso, and Ithai Z. Lurie, “The Effect of Distance to Providers on Mental Health Treatment Initiation,” Health Economics 2006;15(10): 1133-1141.

 

Lo Sasso, Anthony T., Ithai Z. Lurie, Jhee Un Lee, and Richard C. Lindrooth, “The Effects of Expanded Mental Health Benefits on Treatment Costs,” The Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 2006;9(1): 25-33.

 

Lo Sasso, Anthony T., Richard C. Lindrooth, Ithai Z. Lurie, and John S. Lyons, “Expanded Mental Health Benefits and Outpatient Depression Treatment Intensity,” Medical Care 2006;44(4):366-372.

Lindrooth, Richard C., Anthony T. Lo Sasso, and Ithai Z. Lurie, “The Effects of Expanded Mental Health Benefits on Treatment Initiation and Specialist Utilization,” Health Services Research 2005;40: 1092-1107.

 

Joe Feinglass, Hagay H. Amir, Patricia A. Taylor, Ithai Z. Lurie, Larry M. Manheim, Rowland W. Chang, “How safe is primary knee replacement surgery? Perioperative complication rates in Northern Illinois, 1993-1999,” Arthritis & Rheumatism, February 15, 2004;51(1):110-116.

 

Articles in Conference Volumes and Book Chapters

 

Heim, Bradley T., Ithai Z. Lurie, and James Pearce. (2014). “Who Pays Taxes? A Dynamic Perspective.” National Tax Journal. 67:755-778.

 

Heim, Bradley T., Ithai Z. Lurie, and Kosali Simon. (Forthcoming). “The Impact of the Affordable Care Act Young Adult Provision on Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from Tax Data.” Tax Policy and the Economy. Vol 29.

 

Lurie, Ithai Z. and Shanthi Ramnath, “Long-Run Changes in the 401(k) Type Plans Tax-Expenditure”. National Tax Journal, December 2011; 64: 1025- 1038.

 

Robert Gillette, Gillian Hunter, Ithai Z. Lurie, Jonathan Siegel and Gerald Silverstein; “The Impact of Repealing the Exclusion for Employer-Sponsored Insurance”.  National Tax Journal , December 2010; 63: 695-707

 

Lo Sasso, Anthony T., Richard C. Lindrooth, and Ithai Z. Lurie, “The Role of Gender in a Company-Wide Effort to Expand and Destigmatize Mental Health Treatment,” in Dave

E. Marcotte and Virginia Wilcox-Gök eds., Research in Human Capital and Development Volume 15: The Economics of Gender and Mental Illness, Elsevier Science Press, 2004.

 

 

 

WORK IN PROGRESS

 

           Heim, Bradley T., Ithai Z. Lurie, and James Pearce.What Drove the Decline in Taxpaying?The Roles of Policy and                 Population”.   

Brown, David, Amanda E. Kowalski, and Ithai Z Lurie, "Medicaid as an Investment in Children: What is the Long-Term Impact on Tax Receipts?” Revised and Resubmit, American Economic Review

http://www.econ.yale.edu/~ak669/medicaid.latest.draft.pdf                                     

Heim, Bradley T., Ithai Z. Lurie, and Kosali Simon.  “Did the Affordable Care Act Young Adult Provision Affect Labor Market Outcomes? Analysis Using Tax Data.”

  Heim, Bradley T., Ithai Z. Lurie, and Kosali Simon.  “The Impact of the Affordable Care Act Young Adult Provision on Childbearing and Marriage: Evidence from Tax Data.”

Heim, Bradley T., Gillian Hunter, Ithai Z. Lurie, and Shanthi P. Ramnath. “Waves and Cliffs: Marginal Earnings Incentives in the Affordable Care Act.”

Heim, Bradley, and Ithai Z. Lurie, “Single Mothers' EITC Receipt Dynamics” 

http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2546072

Lurie, Ithai Z. and James Pearce, “Are Capital Gains Realization Dynamics in the Great Recession Different than The early 2000’s Recession? A Markov Chain Analysis Using Tax Data”.

Lurie, Ithai Z. and James Pearce, “The Effects of ACA on Income Eligibility for Medicaid and Subsidized Private Insurance Coverage: Income Definitions and Thresholds across CPS and Administrative Data”.

https://appam.confex.com/data/extendedabstract/appam/2012/Paper_3086_extendedabstract_187_0.pdf

Brown, David, Ithai Z. Lurie and Alexandra Minicozzi, “The tax implications of Medicare Part D”

Johnson, Richard W., Anthony T. Lo Sasso, and Ithai Z. Lurie, “How Do Families Allocate Elder Care Responsibilities Between Siblings?” February 2004.

 

 

 

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