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Alice Zawacki MBA PhD, Senior Economist
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Declines in Employer‐Sponsored Insurance between 2000 and 2008: Examining the Components of Coverage by Firm Size
J Vistnes, A Zawacki, K Simon, A Taylor
Health Services Research 47 (3pt1), 919-938, 2012
282012
Health insurance and productivity: Evidence from the manufacturing sector
SV Nguyen, AM Zawacki
US Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Paper No. CES-WP-09-27, 2009
102009
Contributions to Health Insurance Premiums: When Does the Employer Pay 100 Percent?
AM Zawacki, AK Taylor
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 2005
92005
Several factors responsible for the recent slowdown in premium growth in employer-sponsored insurance
J Vistnes, TM Selden, A Zawacki
Health Affairs 34 (12), 2036-2043, 2015
72015
Declines in employer sponsored coverage between 2000 and 2008: offers, take-up, premium contributions, and dependent options
JP Vistnes, AM Zawacki, KI Simon, A Taylor
Indiana University-Bloomington: School of Public & Environmental Affairs …, 2010
62010
Comparing methods for imputing employer health insurance contributions in the Current Population Survey
H Janicki, B O’Hara, AM Zawacki
US Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Paper No. CES-WP-13-41, 2013
52013
Using the MEPS-IC to study retiree health insurance
A Zawacki
Center for Economic Studies, US Census Bureau Working Papers, 2006
52006
Manufacturing Firms' Decisions Regarding Retiree Health Insurance
P Born, AM Zawacki
Benefits Quarterly 22 (1), 34, 2006
52006
The effect of employer health insurance offering on the growth and survival of small business prior to the Affordable Care Act
CJ Krizan, A Luque, AM Zawacki
US Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Paper No. CES-WP-14-22, 2014
42014
Using Census business data to augment the MEPS-IC
K McCue, A Zawacki
Journal of Economic and Social Measurement 31 (1-2), 47-67, 2006
42006
Changes in Out-of-Pocket Maximum Limits for Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Plans, 1999-2003
AK Taylor, BL Crimmel, AM Zawacki
Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 2006
32006
Changes in Co-pays Employer-sponsored Health Insurance Plans, 1999-2003
BL Crimmel, AK Taylor, AM Zawacki
Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 2006
32006
Why are employer-sponsored health insurance premiums higher in the public sector than in the private sector?
AM Zawacki, JP Vistnes, TC Buchmueller
Monthly Labor Review, 1-19, 2018
22018
The Effect of Employer Health Insurance Offering on the Growth and Survival of Small Business
A Luque, CJ Krizan, A Zawacki
WE Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 2013
22013
Older Workers’ Access to Employer-Sponsored Retiree Health Insurance, 2000–2006
AM Zawacki, C Eibner, EM Zimmerman
Journal of Labor Research 30, 350-364, 2009
22009
Older Workers' Access to Employer-Sponsored Retiree Health Insurance, 2000-2004
C Eibner, AM Zawacki, EM Zimmerman
US Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Paper No. CES-WP-07-12, 2007
22007
Addressing data gaps: Four new lines of inquiry in the 2017 economic census
E Basker, RA Becker, L Foster, TK White, A Zawacki
Center for Economic Studies, US Census Bureau Working Papers, 2019
12019
The Underserved Have Less Access to Employer-Sponsored Telemedicine Coverage
A Zawacki, TA Hegland, GE Miller
Center for Economic Studies, US Census Bureau Working Papers, 2022
2022
Introducing the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey-Insurance Component with Administrative Records MEPS-ICAR): Description, Data Construction Methodology, and Quality Assessment
TA Hegland, A Zawacki, GE Miller
US Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies, 2022
2022
New Evidence on Employer Health Benefit Decisions from MEPS-IC/Tax Record Linked Data: Employee Turnover, Financial Performance, and Coverage Affordability
A Zawacki
ASHEcon 2022 Conference, 2022
2022
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