Faculty Research Update: November 2017
A compilation of recent grant awards, accolades, presentations, journal publications and other notable news about Price School faculty and their research.
- Zhang, Xinke; Haviland, Amelia; Mehrotra, Ateev; Huckfeldt, Peter; Wagner, Zachary; Sood, Neeraj. (2017) “Does Enrollment in High-Deductible Health Plans Encourage Price Shopping?” Health Services Research 10.1111/1475-6773.12784
- Julie Zissimopoulos, Barbara Blaylock, Dana Goldman, John Rowe. (2017) “Raising the Social Security Entitlement Age: Implications for the Productive Activities of Older Adults” Research on Aging, 39(1): 166-189.
- Nicolas Duquette. (2017) “Spend or Save? Nonprofits’ Use of Donations and Other Revenues” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly
- Cesar Gonzalez-Gonzalez, Bryan Tysinger, Dana P Goldman, Rebeca Wong. (2017) “Projecting diabetes prevalence among Mexicans aged 50 years and older: the Future Elderly Model-Mexico (FEM-Mexico)”British Medical Journal
- X Hu, Dana Goldman. (2017) “First-Line Pembrolizumab in PD-L1 Positive Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis from A UK Healthcare Perspective” Value in Heath
- J Shafrin, Darius Lakdawalla, JP MacEwan, AR Silverstein, A Hatch, F Forma. (2017) “Adherence Patterns Among Patients Using Oral Atypical Antipsychotics and Other Medications” Value in Health
- Raphael Bostic, Arthur Acolin. (2017) “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing: The Mandate to End Segregation”. Book chapter The Fight for Fair Housing: Causes, Consequences, and Future Implications of the 1968 Federal Fair Housing Act.
- Jeongwoo Lee, Marlon Boarnet, Douglas Houston, Hilary Nixon, Steven Spears. (2017) “Changes in Service and Associated Ridership Impacts near a New Light Rail Transit Line” Sustainability
- Adam Rose. (2017) “Economic Resilience to Terrorism and Natural Hazards” Book chapter Improving Homeland Security Decisions, edited by Ali E. Abbas (Editor), Milind Tambe (Editor), Detlof von Winterfeldt (Editor)
- Bryan Roberts, Adam Rose, Nathaniel Heatwole, Dan Wei, Misak Avetisyan, Fynnwin Prager, Charles Baschnagel, Isaac Maya. (2017) “Economic Impacts of Changes in Wait Times at US Ports of Entry” Book chapter Improving Homeland Security Decisions, edited by Ali E. Abbas (Editor), Milind Tambe (Editor), Detlof von Winterfeldt (Editor)
- Ali Abbas, Dusan Stipanovic. (2017) “Achieving Multiple Objectives with Limited Resources: Using Utility Theory and Control Theory” Book chapter Improving Homeland Security Decisions, edited by Ali E. Abbas (Editor), Milind Tambe (Editor), Detlof von Winterfeldt (Editor)
- Ali Abbas. (2017) “Multi-objective Decision Making: Expected Utility vs. Some Widely Used (and Flawed) Methods” Book chapter Improving Homeland Security Decisions, edited by Ali E. Abbas (Editor), Milind Tambe (Editor), Detlof von Winterfeldt (Editor)
- Gary Painter. (2017) “IMMIGRANTS AND HOUSING DEMAND” Cato Journal; Washington Vol. 37, Iss. 3, (Fall 2017): 481-486.
- Gary Painter received an award from The Hilton Foundation for “Homelessness Policy Institute: A Partnership Between Home For Good and the USC Price Center for Social Innovation.”
- Adam Rose received a second year of funding from the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (CIRI) for the second year of his study, “Measuring Business and Economic Resilience to Disasters.”
- Adam Rose, Dan Wei, Noah Miller, Toon VanDyck, and Christian Flachsland, presented “Equity, Emissions Allowance Trading and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change,” at the 2017 Energy Transition Forum, USC
- Adam Rose gave a presentation on “Measuring Business and Economic Resilience to Disasters” at the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute Principal Investigators’ Meeting, University of Illinois at Urbana.
- Antonio Bento presented “Emissions reductions or green booms? The Effects of a Renewable Portfolio Standard” at the 2017 Energy Transition Forum, USC.
- Marlon Boarnet presented “Policies for Reducing Vehicle Travel and GHG Emissions in California” at the 2017 Energy Transition Forum, USC.
- Hilda Blanco presented “Inconsistent GHG Inventories: the Weak Link in Assessing Local Climate Action” at the 2017 Energy Transition Forum, USC.
- Dan Wei, Zhenhua Chen, Adam Rose presented “Evaluating the Role of Resilience in Recovering from Major Port Disruptions,” at the 7th METRANS International Urban Freight Conference.
- Genevieve Giuliano presented “MetroFreight: Research, Education and Impact” at the 7th METRANS International Urban Freight Conference.
- Julie Zissimopoulos spoke about the health economics impact of Alzheimer’s disease at a Research!America event in Washington, D.C.
- Neeraj Sood presented “Policy Prescriptions of the U.S. Pharmaceutical Market” at the USC Davis School of Gerontology’s Lifespan Health Summit.
- Neeraj Sood presented “What do we know about high-deductible health plans” at Rice University’s Baker Institute’s sixth biennial conference on health care reform in Houston, TX.
- Julie Zissimopoulos presented “The Impact of Population Health and Demographics on Future Prevalence and Costs of Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias” at the USC Davis School of Gerontology’s Lifespan Health Summit.
- Erroll Southers delivered a talk entitled, “Homegrown Security: Extremism in our Communities” to the Sol Price School Local Leaders program, consisting of elected officials from across the State of California.
- Jorge De la Roca presented “Does segregation matter for Latinos?” at Regional Science and Urban Economics Seminar (RUES) on the theme “Segregation, gentrification and crime” at Paris School of Economics.
- Jorge De la Roca presented “Does segregation matter for Latinos?” at the Barcelona Institute of Economics (IEB) of the Universitat de Barcelona.
- Gary Painter and the USC Price Center for Social Innovation launched The Neighborhood Data for Social Change (NDSC) platform
- Jorge De la Roca was invited as a Visiting Scholar at the Barcelona Institute of Economics (IEB) of the Universitat de Barcelona October 2017
- Erroll Southers met with a delegation of Afghan government officials and scholars to examine homegrown extremism.