Nonresident Fellow, Economic Studies
Amanda Kowalski is a nonresident fellow for the Economic Studies program. Her current research focuses on the effects of health insurance reform in Massachusetts on hospital care, preventive care, labor market outcomes and patient exposure to financial risk.
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