Andrew Goodman-Bacon

PhD candidate in Economics, University of Michigan

Andrew Goodman-Bacon is a PhD candidate in economics at the University of Michigan. His primary research interests include labour economics and the evaluation of domestic anti-poverty policies. His current work evaluates the shorter- and longer-term effects of the establishment of health safety net programs in the 1960s on the health and well-being of poor families. One paper estimates the effect of Medicaid implementation in infant and child mortality rates. Another paper estimates the effect of the Community Health Center program on the mortality of older adults. He has previously worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.

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