Matthew Panhans

Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Economics

600 Pennsylvania Ave NW

Washington, DC 20580

United States

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The Empirical Economist's Toolkit: From Models to Methods

Center for the History of Political Economy (CHOPE) Working Paper No. 2015-03
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 30 May 2015 Last Revised: 22 Oct 2016
Matthew Panhans and John D. Singleton
Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Economics and University of Rochester - Department of Economics
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econometrics; quasi-experimental methods; natural experiments; applied economics

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Adverse Selection in ACA Exchange Markets: Evidence from Colorado

Panhans, Matthew T. 2019. "Adverse Selection in ACA Exchange Markets: Evidence from Colorado." American Economic Journal: Applied, 11(2): 1-36.
Number of pages: 60 Posted: 23 Feb 2017 Last Revised: 05 May 2020
Matthew Panhans
Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Economics
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health insurance, selection, healthcare reform

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Perspectives on Antitrust of the American Institutionalist Economists

Number of pages: 27 Posted: 17 Feb 2020 Last Revised: 10 Jul 2020
Matthew Panhans and Reinhard Schumacher
Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Economics and Universit├Ąt Potsdam
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History Of Economics, Institutionalists, Antitrust, Competition Policy

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Prices for Medical Services Vary Within Hospitals, But Vary More Across Them

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 14 Dec 2018
Nathan Wilson, Ted Rosenbaum and Matthew Panhans
Government of the United States of America - Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Economics and Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Economics
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price dispersion, hospitals, payers, bargaining