Poster: Friday Poster Session

Friday, November 7, 2014: 10:00 AM-11:30 AM
Ballroom B (Convention Center)

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

The Division of Household Labor Among Same-Sex Couples
Jocelyn A. Fischer, Cornell University

Examining the Relationship Between Poverty, Obesity, and Food Assistance: A Panel Data Approach
Grace Bagwell Adams and Courtney R. Yarbrough, University of Georgia

Do Peer Effects Influence Household Decision Making? Evidence from Child Food Intake in India
Eeshani Kandpal, World Bank and Kathy Baylis, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

State Policies to Curb Opioid Abuse Lead to Improved Pain Outcomes for Medicare Home Health Patients
Courtney R. Yarbrough and W. David Bradford, University of Georgia

Child Access Prevention Laws and Firearm Safety Practices Among Families with Pre-Kindergarten Age Children
Kate C. Prickett, University of Texas, Austin, Alexa Martin-Storey, Université de Sherbrooke and Robert Crosnoe, University of Texas at Austin

Public Private Partnerships and Nanomedicine Research
Thomas S. Woodson, Georgia Institute of Technology; Stony Brook University

Framing Social Security Survivor Benefits
Jeffrey Diebold and Susan Camilleri, North Carolina State University

The Influence of State-Level Policy Environments on the Activation of the Medicaid SBIRT Hcpcs Reimbursement Codes
Jesse Hinde1,2, Jeremy Bray3, Erin Mallonee2 and David Kaiser2, (1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (2)RTI International, Inc., (3)University of North Carolina, Greensboro

In Search of Better Indicators: Case of Iodized Salt Consumption
Frank Otchere, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

I'll Have What She's Having: Household Peer Effects in Prescription Medications
Victoria Udalova, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Access to Care for Children with Chronic Conditions in the ACA
Gilbert Gonzales, University of Minnesota

Too Narrow? Comparing Private, Medicaid, and Insurance Exchange Hospital Networks in California
Simon Haeder1, David Weimer1 and Dana B. Mukamel2, (1)University of Wisconsin – Madison, (2)University of California, Irvine

Increasing Precision in DEA Models of Public Efficiency
Jason Coupet and Darold Barnum, University of Illinois, Chicago

Occupation Injuries and Employer Dynamics
Nicole Nestoriak, U.S. Department of Labor

Unrecognized Differences: African Immigrants Access to Health Care
Mathias K Akuoko, Kristine Lykens, Jose Pagan and Sumihiro Suzuki, University of North Texas

Early Production of Cognitive Skill: Evidence from Randomly-Assigned Childcare Prices and Pre-Natal Investments
Aaron Sojourner1, Juan Chaparro1 and Greg J. Duncan2, (1)University of Minnesota, (2)University of California, Irvine

Income Inequality and Redistributive Spending: Evidence from Panel Data of Texas Counties
Kwang Bin Bae and Evgenia Gorina, University of Texas, Dallas

Child Support Guidelines and Single Mothers' Child Support Receipt
Lanlan Xu, IMPAQ International, LLC and Maureen Pirog, Indiana University

A Bayesian Analysis of the Philadelphia Probation Experiment
SeungHoon Han and Jordan Hyatt, University of Pennsylvania

Does Context Matter in Explicating Parents' Behavioral Decisions on Childhood Vaccinations?
Geoboo Song, University of Arkansas and A. Kate Miller, University of Oklahoma

Assessing the Antecedents of Well-Being Using Meta-Analysis
Robert J. Eger, Naval Postgraduate School and Jan Maridal, Koch Institute

Association of ICD-9 Coding for Brain Death with Reduced Hospital Charges and Length of Stay
John P. Ney, University of Washington and David N. van der Goes, University of New Mexico

Travel Time to Child Care Settings – Evidence from the NLSY97
A. Rupa Datta, National Opinion Research Center

Risky Sexual Behaviors Among Male Sex Workers in Lebanon– Exploring the Role of Social Networks
Yashodhara Rana1, Glenn J. Wagner1 and Rabih Maher2, (1)RAND Corporation, (2)Helem, Beirut, Lebanon

Classifying Low Income Households to Study Self-Sufficiency
Wladimir Zanoni, Robert Goerge and Nick Mader, University of Chicago

Matching Techniques, Data Characteristics, and Program Access: Evidence from Direct Certification for School Meal Benefits
Andrew Gothro1, Quinn Moore2, Kevin Conway2 and Brandon Kyler2, (1)Mathematica Policy Research, (2)Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.

Evaluating North Carolina Food Pantry Standard Operating Procedures: A Mixed-Methods Approach
Ashley Chaifetz, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Benjamin Chapman, North Carolina State University

The Happiness Method of Non-Market Valuation: Estimating the Value of Health
Joaquin Alfredo-Angel Rubalcaba, University of New Mexico

Effect of Retirement on Health of Older Americans
Subhasree Basu Roy, Missouri State University

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