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Julie L. Hudson

Economist, 2000

Ph.D., Economics, The Johns Hopkins University

Research Interests
Access to health insurance
Access to care
Health and employment decisions
Topics above relating to the family and low income populations
Welfare and Non-marital Fertility

Current Research Projects
Uninsured Children Eligible for Medicaid and State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP); Updated Estimates from the 1996-99 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) (with Thomas Selden and Jessica Banthin)
Child Disability and Mothers' Labor Supply (with Heather Bednarek)
Health Insurance Status for Children Living with Extended Family Members (potential research with Heather Bednarek and James Kirby)
Welfare and Out-of-Wedlock Childbearing; A State Fixed Effects Approach
Welfare and Subsequent Childbearing
Welfare Reform and the Living Arrangements of Teen Mothers

Technical Assistance and Survey Contributions
Projected 1996 MEPS expenditure files to 1997-2008 for public use.

Survey Experience

Referee Experience
Journal of Economic and Management Strategy, Request from National Science Foundation.

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