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Cal State Fullerton
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Public Economics, Health Economics, Applied Microeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics (Econ 201)
Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis (Econ 310)
Intermediate Business Microeconomics (Econ 315)
Public Finance (Econ 417)
Advanced Microeconomic Analysis (Econ 502)
Is Medicaid Crowding Out Other State Government Expenditure? Internal
Financing and Cross-Program Substitution (with Steve Craig)
Howard, L. L. Do the Medicaid and Medicare Programs Compete for Access
to Health Care Services? A Longitudinal Analysis of Physician Fees, 1998-2004.
Forthcoming in International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics
Bhargava, A., A. M. Guntupalli, M. Lokshin and L. L. Howard. Modeling the
Effects of Immunizations Timing on Child Health Outcomes in India.
Forthcoming in Health Economics 2013.
Howard, L. L. Food Insecurity Experiences Predict Children's Fruit and
Vegetable Consumption in the USA. ISRN Nutrition 2013.
Howard, L. L. and N. Prakash. Do Employment Quotas Explain the
Occupational Choices of Disadvantaged Minorities in India? International
Review of Applied Economics 2012; 26(4): 489-513.
Howard, L. L. and N. Prakash. Do School Lunch Subsidies Change the Dietary
Patterns of Children from Low-Income Households? Contemporary Economic
Policy 2012: 30(3): 362-381.
Howard, L. L. Transitions Between Food Insecurity and Food Security Predict
Children's Social Skill Development During Elementary School. British Journal of
Nutrition 2011; 105(12): 1852-1860.
Howard, L. L. Does Food Insecurity at Home Affect Non-Cognitive
Performance at School? A Longitudinal Analysis of Elementary Student
Classroom Behavior. Economics of Education Review 2011; 30(1): 157-176.
Howard, L. L. Is the Demand for Health Care Generosity Equal for All
Recipients? A Longitudinal Analysis of State Medicaid Spending, 1977-2004.
Public Finance Review 2010; 38(3): 346-377.
Abstract/Paper Correction Appendix
Bhargava, A., D. Jolliffe and L. L. Howard. Socioeconomic, Behavioural and
Environmental Factors Predicted Body Weights and Household Food Insecurity
Scores in the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study-Kindergarten. British Journal
of Nutrition 2008; 100(2): 438-444.
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