Meghan Skira

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Publications:

Van Houtven, Courtney, Norma B. Coe, and Meghan M. Skira (2013). The Effect of Informal Care on Work and Wages. Journal of Health Economics 32 (1): 240-252. (Working Paper PDF).

Skira, Meghan M. (2015). Dynamic Wage and Employment Effects of Elder Parent Care. International Economic Review 56 (1): 63-93. (Working Paper PDF).

Coe, Norma B., Meghan M. Skira, and Courtney Van Houtven (2015). Long-Term Care Insurance: Does Experience Matter?  Journal of Health Economics 40: 122-131. (Working Paper PDF).

Werner, Rachel M., Meghan M. Skira, and R. Tamara Konetzka (2016). An Evaluation of Performance Thresholds in Nursing Home Pay-for-Performance. Health Services Research 51 (6): 2282-2304.

Konetzka, R. Tamara, Meghan M. Skira, and Rachel M. Werner (2016). Incentive Design and Quality Improvements: Evidence from State Medicaid Nursing Home Pay-for-Performance Programs. Forthcoming at American Journal of Health Economics.

BŁtikofer, Aline and Meghan M. Skira (2016). Missing Work is a Pain: The Effect of Cox-2 Inhibitors on Sickness Absence and Disability Pension Receipt. Forthcoming at The Journal of Human Resources.

Beauchamp, Andrew, Geoffrey Sanzenbacher, Shannon Seitz, and Meghan M. Skira (2016). Single Moms and Deadbeat Dads: The Role of Earnings, Marriage Market Conditions, and Preference Heterogeneity. Forthcoming at International Economic Review.

Working Papers:


"The Impact of Paid Maternity Leave on Maternal Health" (2017) with Aline BŁtikofer and Julie Riise.

"Do Couples Self-Insure?  The Effect of Informal Care on a Couple's Labor Supply" (2011) with Norma B. Coe and Courtney Van Houtven.  Working Paper 2011-16. Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College.