Marika Cabral
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The hated property tax: salience, tax rates, and tax revolts
M Cabral, C Hoxby
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2012
2342012
Do Larger Health Insurance Subsidies Benefit Patients or Producers? Evidence from Medicare Advantage
M Cabral, M Geruso, N Mahoney
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
131*2014
Claim Timing and Ex Post Adverse Selection
M Cabral
The Review of Economic Studies 84 (1), 1-44, 2016
48*2016
Externalities and taxation of supplemental insurance: A study of Medicare and Medigap
M Cabral, N Mahoney
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 11 (2), 37-73, 2019
452019
The effect of insurance coverage on preventive care
M Cabral, MR Cullen
Economic Inquiry 55 (3), 1452-1467, 2017
162017
Estimating the Value of Public Insurance Using Complementary Private Insurance
M Cabral, MR Cullen
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 11 (3), 88-129, 2019
132019
The Demand for Insurance and Rationale for a Mandate: Evidence from Workers’ Compensation Insurance
M Cabral, C Cui, M Dworsky
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
72019
The Hated Property Tax: Salience, Tax Rates, and Tax Revolts,” No. w18514
M Cabral, C Hoxby
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2012
62012
The impact of benefit generosity on workers’ compensation claims: Evidence and implications
M Cabral, M Dillender
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
42020
Trauma at School: The Impacts of Shootings on Students' Human Capital and Economic Outcomes
M Cabral, B Kim, M Rossin-Slater, M Schnell, H Schwandt
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
22021
Disparities in Health Care and Medical Evaluations by Gender: A Review of Evidence and Mechanisms
M Cabral, M Dillender
AEA Papers and Proceedings 111, 159-63, 2021
2021
Gender Differences in Medical Evaluations: Evidence from Randomly Assigned Workers’ Compensation Doctors
M Dillender, M Cabral, J Abaluck
9th Annual Conference of the American Society of Health Economists, 2020
2020
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