? Sayeh Nikpay, Department of Health Management and Policy, Population Studies Center, University of Michigan

   

Sayeh Nikpay
PhD Candidate in Health Services Research
    Economics Cognate
University of Michigan
Population Studies Center

       
Curriculum Vitae

Dissertation Abstract

Ongoing Research

University of Michigan
Department of Health Management and Policy
1415 Washington Heights
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109
(734) 478-5221
snikpay@umich.edu

      

Background
        I am a PhD. candidate in Health Policy with a concentration in Economics
        at the University of Michigan. My dissertation is about heterogeneous
        effects of health insurance tax subsidies on self-employment for people
        with pre-existing conditions. My other research interests include the
        effect of cancer screenings on mortality and the effect of health
        insurance reform on insurance markets. I have a B.A. in Biology from
        Macalester College and an M.P.H. from the University of Michigan. I was
        a Staff Economist at the Council of Economic Advisers from 2010-2011.
       

Dissertation
        Entrepreneurship and Job Lock: the Interaction Between Tax Subsidies
        and Health Insurance Regulations
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        Incidental Economist

       
        Do Pap Smears Reduce Cervical Cancer Mortality? Evidence From the
        Roll-Out of Family Planning Centers
       
       
        The Unintended Consequences of the Minimum Medical Loss Ratio:
        Evidence from Michigan