Workplace disruptions, judge caseloads, and judge decisions: Evidence from SSA judicial corps retirements
- LawJournal of Public Economics
Credit, Default, and Optimal Health Insurance
- Economics, MedicineSSRN Electronic Journal
It is found that with the option to default, households rely on bankruptcies and defaults on ER bills as implicit health insurance, and more redistributive healthcare reforms can improve welfare by reducing the dependence on this implicithealth insurance and changing households’ medical spending behavior to be more preventative.