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Edward Norton

Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

Professor, Health Management and Policy.

Professor, Economics.

Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Dr. Norton's research interests in health economics include long-term care and aging, econometrics, and the use of biomarkers in social science research. Dr. Norton has led several studies of the economics of long-term care and aging. He has studied how nursing home reimbursement affects quality and cost of care, the extent of adverse selection and the bequest motive in the private long-term care insurance market, and the behavioral effect of Medicaid long-term care insurance on residents who enter a nursing home as private payers.

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Chen, Lena M., Edward Norton, Kenneth M. Langa, Sidney Le, and Arnold M. Epstein. 2014. "Geographic Variation in Out-of-Pocket Expenditures of Elderly Medicare Beneficiaries." Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 62(6): 1097-1104. DOI. Abstract.

Dowd, Bryan E., William H. Greene, and Edward Norton. 2014. "Computation of standard errors." Health Services Research, 49(2): 731-750. DOI. Abstract.

Norton, Edward, Lauren Nicholas, and Sean Huang. 2014. "Informal Care and Inter-vivos Transfers:Results from the National Longitudinal Survey of Mature Women." The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 14(2): 377-400. NIHMSID: NIHMS464289. DOI. Abstract.

Norton, Edward, Morgen M. Miller, Jason Wang, Kasey Coyne, and Lawrence C. Kleinman. 2013. "Response about Rank Reversal." Value in Health, 16(2): 451-452. DOI.

Norton, Edward, Morgen M. Miller, and Lawrence C. Kleinman. 2013. "Computing adjusted risk ratios and risk differences in Stata." Stata Journal, 13(3): 492-509.

Yoon, Jangho, Marisa E. Domino, Edward Norton, Gary S. Cuddeback, and Joseph P. Morrisey. 2013. "The Impact of Changes in Psychiatric Bed Supply on Jail Use by Persons with Severe Mental Illness." Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics, 16(2): 81-92. Abstract.

Hollingsworth, John M., Edward Norton, Samuel R. Kaufman, R. Matthew Smith, J. Stuart Wolf, and Brent K. Hollenbeck. 2013. "Medical Expulsive Therapy versus Early Endoscopic Stone Removal for Acute Renal Colic: An Instrumental Variable Analysis." Journal of Urology, 190(3): 882-887. DOI. Abstract.

Norton, Edward, M. Miller, J. Wang, K. Coyne, and L. Kleinman. 2012. "Rank reversal in indirect comparisons." Value in Health, 15(8): 1137-40. PMCID: PMC3527821. DOI. Abstract.

Shu Wen, N., Edward Norton, D. Guilkey, and B. Popkin. 2012. "Estimation of a dynamic model of weight." Empirical Economics, 42(2): 413-443. DOI. Abstract.

Tan, H., Edward Norton, Z. Ye, K. Hafez, J. Gore, and D. Miller. 2012. "Long-term survival following partial vs radical nephrectomy among older patients with early-stage kidney cancer." JAMA-Journal of the American Medical Association, 307(15): 1629-35. DOI. Abstract.

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