Jonathan Skinner
Jonathan Skinner
Research Professor, Dartmouth College
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Precautionary saving and social insurance
RG Hubbard, J Skinner, SP Zeldes
Journal of political Economy 103 (2), 360-399, 1995
Do the rich save more?
KE Dynan, J Skinner, SP Zeldes
Journal of political economy 112 (2), 397-444, 2004
Surgical vs nonoperative treatment for lumbar disk herniation: the Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial (SPORT): a randomized trial
JN Weinstein, TD Tosteson, JD Lurie, ANA Tosteson, B Hanscom, ...
Jama 296 (20), 2441-2450, 2006
What accounts for the variation in retirement wealth among US households?
BD Bernheim, J Skinner, S Weinberg
American Economic Review 91 (4), 832-857, 2001
Surgical vs nonoperative treatment for lumbar disk herniation: the Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial (SPORT) observational cohort
JN Weinstein, JD Lurie, TD Tosteson, JS Skinner, B Hanscom, ...
Jama 296 (20), 2451-2459, 2006
Risky income, life cycle consumption, and precautionary savings
J Skinner
Journal of monetary Economics 22 (2), 237-255, 1988
Geography And The Debate Over Medicare Reform: A reform proposal that addresses some underlying causes of Medicare funding woes: geographic variation and lack of incentive for …
JE Wennberg, ES Fisher, JS Skinner
Health affairs 21 (Suppl1), W96-W112, 2002
Taxation and economic growth
E Engen, J Skinner
National tax journal 49 (4), 617-642, 1996
The importance of precautionary motives in explaining individual and aggregate saving
RG Hubbard, J Skinner, SP Zeldes
Carnegie-Rochester conference series on public policy 40, 59-125, 1994
Labor supply and marital separation
WR Johnson, J Skinner
The American Economic Review, 455-469, 1986
Fiscal policy and economic growth
EM Engen, JS Skinner
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1992
Racial, ethnic, and geographic disparities in rates of knee arthroplasty among Medicare patients
J Skinner, JN Weinstein, SM Sporer, JE Wennberg
New England Journal of Medicine 349 (14), 1350-1359, 2003
Slowing the growth of health care costs—lessons from regional variation
ES Fisher, JP Bynum, JS Skinner
The New England journal of medicine 360 (9), 849, 2009
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on hospital admissions in the United States: study examines trends in US hospital admissions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
JD Birkmeyer, A Barnato, N Birkmeyer, R Bessler, J Skinner
Health Affairs 39 (11), 2010-2017, 2020
End-of-life transitions among nursing home residents with cognitive issues
P Gozalo, JM Teno, SL Mitchell, J Skinner, J Bynum, D Tyler, V Mor
New England Journal of Medicine 365 (13), 1212-1221, 2011
Regional variations in diagnostic practices
Y Song, J Skinner, J Bynum, J Sutherland, JE Wennberg, ES Fisher
New England Journal of Medicine 363 (1), 45-53, 2010
Medicare upcoding and hospital ownership
E Silverman, J Skinner
Journal of health economics 23 (2), 369-389, 2004
Are regional variations in end-of-life care intensity explained by patient preferences?: A Study of the US Medicare Population
AE Barnato, MB Herndon, DL Anthony, PM Gallagher, JS Skinner, ...
Medical care 45 (5), 386-393, 2007
Technology growth and expenditure growth in health care
A Chandra, J Skinner
Journal of Economic Literature 50 (3), 645-680, 2012
Physician beliefs and patient preferences: a new look at regional variation in health care spending
D Cutler, JS Skinner, AD Stern, D Wennberg
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 11 (1), 192-221, 2019
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