Joshua Gottlieb

Joshua Gottlieb is an Associate Professor at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy. His research in applied microeconomics focuses on the economics of the health care system, including the organization of insurance markets, physician behavior, administrative costs, and implications for labor economics. Gottlieb also conducts research in public finance more broadly, including urban and health economics. He is a Co-Editor of the Journal of Public Economics and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research.

Who Bears the Cost of Administrative Problems in Health Care?

A new paper explores the resources consumed by the complicated billing process in health care and the process’ impact on patients’ access to care. Health...

Covid-19 Surges Drive Up Demand – and Pay – For Nurses Willing To Travel

Covid-19 surges have led to spikes in demand for short-term nurses across the United States. A new paper finds nurses travel longer distances, and are more...

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