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The Economic Realities Of Replacing The Affordable Care Act, Hanming Fang Mar 2017

The Economic Realities Of Replacing The Affordable Care Act, Hanming Fang

Wharton Public Policy Initiative Issue Briefs

Using simulations based on a new economic model, this brief empirically examines the pivotal mechanisms of the Affordable Care Act, such as the individual mandate, employer mandate, and premium subsidies, to inform the debate over repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. The research suggests that the ACA, if left intact, in the long run significantly reduces the uninsured rate. The simulations also suggest that the employer mandate is not a crucial pillar for the success of the ACA. The analysis indicates it is the premium subsidy, rather than the employer mandate or the individual mandate, that is crucial for ...


Only Too Human: Understanding Health Insurance Markets When Consumers Lack Information, Jonathan T. Kolstad Sep 2014

Only Too Human: Understanding Health Insurance Markets When Consumers Lack Information, Jonathan T. Kolstad

Wharton Public Policy Initiative Issue Briefs

When the state and federal health insurance exchanges were introduced in 2013, much attention was paid to the logistics of their launch. Nearly a year later, policymakers should now be looking at a different question: how can we collect and use data from the exchanges to understand how consumers think about insurance choice, so as to make the exchanges function better?


Hunger And U.S. Governmental Policies, Evangelical Advocacy: A Response To Global Poverty Jan 2012

Hunger And U.S. Governmental Policies, Evangelical Advocacy: A Response To Global Poverty

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