Reagan Anne Baughman

University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics

Durham, NH 03824

United States

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Scholarly Papers (3)

Slippery When Wet: The Effects of Local Alcohol Access Laws on Highway Safety

Number of pages: 12 Posted: 21 Aug 2001
University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics, Syracuse University - Department of Economics, Syracuse University - Center for Policy Research and University of Virginia - Department of Economics
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alcohol, drunk driving, endogenous policy, prohibition

Slippery When Wet: The Effects of Local Alcohol Access Laws on Highway Safety

Center for Policy Research Working Paper No. 31
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 14 Apr 2011
University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics, Michigan State University - Department of Economics, Michigan State University and University of Virginia - Department of Economics
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Slippery When Wet: The Effects of Local Alcohol Access Laws on Highway Safety

Journal of Health Economics
Posted: 04 Sep 2001
University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics, Syracuse University - Department of Economics, Syracuse University - Center for Policy Research and University of Virginia - Department of Economics

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alcohol, drunk driving, endogenous policy, prohibition

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How Well Can We Track Cohabitation Using the SIPP? A Consideration of Direct and Inferred Measures

Center for Policy Research Working Paper No. 30
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 14 Apr 2011
Reagan Anne Baughman, Stacy Dickert-Conlin and Scott Houser
University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics, Michigan State University and California State University, Fresno - Department of Economics
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Labor Supply and Wages of Direct Care Workers

iHEA 2007 6th World Congress: Explorations in Health Economics Paper
Posted: 22 Jun 2007
Reagan Anne Baughman and Kristin Smith
University of New Hampshire - Department of Economics and Carsey Institute

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direct care, nursing, long term care, wages, labor market