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     larry howard                                 

Contact Information:

Office: 3351 SGMH

Phone: 657-278-7171

Fax: 657-278-3097

Email: larryhoward@fullerton.edu

Mail:  Department of Economics

        Cal State Fullerton

        800 N. State College Blvd.

        Fullerton, CA 92834-6848

  

   Curriculum Vitae


    
    Research Areas:

    Public Economics, Health Economics, Applied Microeconomics

   
    Classes:

    Principles of Microeconomics (Econ 201)
    Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis (Econ 310)
    Intermediate Business Microeconomics (Econ 315)    
    Public Finance (Econ 417)
    Advanced Microeconomic Analysis (Econ 502)


    Working Papers:

    Is Medicaid Crowding Out Other State Government Expenditure? Internal   
    Financing and Cross-Program Substitution  (with Steve Craig)   
    Abstract/Paper
   

   
    Publications:

    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   
    2014.
     Abstract/Paper

    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.
    Abstract/Paper

     Howard, L. L.
Food Insecurity Experiences Predict Children's Fruit and   
    Vegetable Consumption in the USA. ISRN Nutrition 2013.
     Abstract/Paper

     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.              
    Abstract/Paper

    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.                                  
    Abstract/Paper

    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.                   
    Abstract/Paper

    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.  
    Abstract/Paper

    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.               
    Abstract/Paper
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