Positions

Publications

Academic Article

Year Title
2018 THE EFFECTS OF YOUNG ADULT-DEPENDENT COVERAGE ANDCONTRACEPTION MANDATES ON YOUNG WOMENContemporary Economic Policy Contemporary Policy Issues.  36:73-92. 2018
2017 Cigarette Taxes, Smoking-and Exercise?Health Economics.  26:1019-1036. 2017
2017 Protecting the Vulnerable or Ripe for Reform? State Income Tax Breaks for the Elderly-Then and NowPublic Finance Review Public finance quarterly.  45:564-594. 2017
2016 How Has Elderly Migration Changed in the Twenty-First Century? What the Data Can-and Cannot-Tell Us.Demography.  53:1011-1025. 2016
2016 SOAKING UP THE SUN The Role of Sunshine in the Production of Infant HealthAmerican Journal of Health Economics.  2:1-40. 2016
2015 The Labor Supply Effects of Taxing Social Security BenefitsPublic Finance Review Public finance quarterly.  43:291-323. 2015
2012 THE GENESIS OF SENIOR INCOME TAX BREAKSNational Tax Journal.  65:1043-1068. 2012
2012 Family structure and child outcomes: a high definition, wide angle "snapshot"Review of Economics of the Household.  10:345-374. 2012
2012 NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (OR WOMEN) - DO STATE TAX POLICIES DRIVE AWAY THE ELDERLY?National Tax Journal.  65:313-356. 2012
2011 The Changing Roles of Disability, Veteran, and Socioeconomic Status in Elderly Interstate MigrationResearch on Aging.  33:256-285. 2011
2010 "Going with the flow"--a comparison of interstate elderly migration during 1970-2000 using the (I)PUMS versus full census data.Journals of Gerontology - Series B Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences.  65:767-771. 2010
2009 Post-Injury Work Outcomes RevisitedSouthern Economic Journal.  76:47-66. 2009
2008 Income Tax Breaks for the Elderly--How Did We Get Here?Public Policy & Aging Report.  18:1-39. 2008
2008 Income Tax Preferences for the ElderlyPublic Finance Review Public finance quarterly.  36:523-562. 2008
2008 What about mom? The forgotten beneficiary of the medical expansionsSouthern Economic Journal.  74:1070-1104. 2008
2008 Parental effort, school resources, and student achievementJournal of Human Resources.  43:437-453. 2008
2006 Maternal health: does prenatal care make a difference?Health Economics.  15:461-488. 2006
2006 State "death" taxes and elderly migration - The chicken or the egg?National Tax Journal.  59:97-128. 2006
2005 State Income Tax Preferences for the ElderlyAndrew Young School of Policy Studies Research Paper Series2005
2005 Is prenatal care really ineffective? Or, is the 'devil' in the distribution?Journal of Health Economics.  24:489-513. 2005
2004 Diagnosis murder: The death of state death taxesEconomic Inquiry.  42:537-559. 2004
2004 Maternal depression and the production of infand healthSouthern Economic Journal.  71:260-286. 2004
2003 Out with the old, in with the old: A closer look at younger versus older elderly migrationSocial Science Quarterly.  84:309-328. 2003
2002 Recent developments in state "death" taxes94TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON TAXATION, PROCEEDINGS.  208-212. 2002
2001 Elderly migration and state fiscal policy: Evidence from the 1990 census migration flawsNational Tax Journal.  54:103-123. 2001
2001 Who moonlights and why? Evidence from the SIPPIndustrial Relations.  40:89-120. 2001
1999 Are workers "Ricardian"? Estimating the labor supply effects of state fiscal policyPublic Finance Review Public finance quarterly.  27:160-193. 1999
1998 Do the elderly "vote with their feet?"Public Choice.  97:663-685. 1998
1998 Male labor supply estimates and the decision to moonlightLabour Economics.  5:135-166. 1998
1997 Labor supply, taxes, and government spending: A microeconometric analysisReview of Economics and Statistics.  79:50-67. 1997
1995 A SWITCHING FRONTIER MODEL FOR IMPERFECT SAMPLE SEPARATION INFORMATION - WITH AN APPLICATION TO CONSTRAINED LABOR SUPPLYInternational Economic Review.  36:503-526. 1995
1994 RECONSIDERING THE EFFECTS OF FISCAL-POLICY ON PRIVATE-SECTOR BEHAVIOR - A UNIFYING VIEW OF NEUTRALITYPublic Finance Review Public finance quarterly.  22:195-221. 1994
1994 ESTIMATING LABOR SUPPLY WITH PANEL-DATAEconomics Letters.  44:27-33. 1994
1992 STATE ABORTION LEGISLATION AS A PUBLIC GOOD BEFORE AND AFTER ROE V WADEEconomic Inquiry.  30:609-626. 1992
1992 ESTIMATING LABOR SUPPLY DISEQUILIBRIUM WITH FIXED-EFFECTS RANDOM-COEFFICIENTS REGRESSIONApplied Economics.  24:781-789. 1992
1992 How fragile are male labor supply function estimates?Empirical Economics.  17:169-182. 1992
1991 Is There a Bright Side to a Black Market for Inkind Transfers?Southern Economic Journal.  57:656-656. 1991
1991 THE IMPORTANT ECONOMETRIC FEATURES OF A LINEAR-REGRESSION MODEL WITH CROSS-CORRELATED RANDOM-COEFFICIENTSEconomics Letters.  35:143-147. 1991
1987 Determinants of Nutrient Intake of the ElderlyJournal of Applied Gerontology.  6:227-258. 1987

Teaching Activities

  • Econometrics I Taught course 2018
  • Research Skills Taught course 2018
  • Econometrics I Taught course 2017
  • Research Skills Taught course 2017
  • Econometrics I Taught course 2016
  • Field Workshop Taught course 2016
  • Honors/Prin of Economics Micro Taught course 2016
  • Research Skills Taught course 2016
  • Econometrics I Taught course 2015
  • Honors/Prin of Economics Micro Taught course 2015
  • Research Skills Taught course 2015
  • Doctoral Research Taught course 2015
  • Econometrics I Taught course 2014
  • Honors/Prin of Economics Micro Taught course 2014
  • Education And Training

    Full Name

  • Karen Conway