Karen Smith Conway

University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics

Associate Professor

Durham, NH 03824

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

State Income Tax Preferences for the Elderly

Andrew Young School of Policy Studies Research Paper Series No. 07-20
Number of pages: 51 Posted: 30 May 2007
Karen Smith Conway and Jonathan C. Rork
University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics and Georgia State University - Department of Economics
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2.

The Effects of Contraceptive and Young Adult Dependent Coverage Mandates on Coverage, Care and General and Reproductive Health Outcomes

Number of pages: 53 Posted: 22 Jan 2016
Jennifer Trudeau and Karen Smith Conway
Sacred Heart University and University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics
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insurance mandates, young adult dependent coverage, contraception, insurance coverage, access to care, fertility, health outcomes

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Soaking Up the Sun: The Complicated Role of Sunshine in the Production of Infant Health

Number of pages: 60 Posted: 31 Dec 2013
Jennifer Trudeau, Karen Smith Conway and Andrea Kutinova Menclova
Sacred Heart University, University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics and University of Canterbury - Economics and Finance
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infant health, weather, sunshine, racial gap, geographic disparities, season of birth

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Recent Developments in State 'Death' Taxes

State Tax Notes, Vol. 23, No. 12, March 25, 2002
Posted: 22 Mar 2002
Karen Smith Conway and Jonathan C. Rork
University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics and Georgia State University - Department of Economics

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5.

Elderly Migration and State Fiscal Policy: Evidence from the 1990 Census Migration Flows

National Tax Journal, Vol. 54, No. 1, pp. 103-123, March 2001
Posted: 29 Jun 2001
Andrew J. Houtenville and Karen Smith Conway
University of New Hampshire - Whittemore School of Business and Economics and University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics

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