Charles J. Barrilleaux

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We identify two policy strategies that state governments pursue to reduce uninsurance, and we classify policies as being either state based or market based. The two policy strategies are distinguished by whether states rely on the institutional capabilities of the state or market processes to provide insurance. We develop and test models to explain states'(More)
JOHN ALDRICH Duke University R. MICHAEL ALVAREZ California Institute of Technology CHARLES BARRILLEAUX Florida State University JOHN BIBBY University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee PAUL BRACE Rice University JAMES CAMPBELL SUNY, Buffalo JAMES CARLSON Providence College KATHLEEN DOLAN University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee LEE EPSTEIN Washington University MORRIS(More)
States have implemented a number of strategies to provide services, pay providers, and control Medicaid spending. We test the effects of some differences in state Medicaid policies on program enrollees' access to and use of health care services. Logistic and OLS regression analyses of cross-sectional data indicate that these policies exert significant(More)
This article examines the distribution of home and community-based services (HCBS) under Florida's Medicaid waiver program. Controlling for personal and community characteristics, it was found that gender and race significantly affect the access of the disabled adult population to HCBS services, with women and nonwhites significantly more likely to be(More)
This article explains governors’ decisions to support or oppose Medicaid expansions offered under the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. We theorize that governors’ decisions to oppose the funding should depend on both political demands and the level of need in the state, though politics and need are often in tension. We find that governors’(More)
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