Below are the studies lacking replication with data source US Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS).
- Selahattin Imrohoroğlu, Sagiri Kitao. Social Security Reforms: Benefit Claiming, Labor Force Participation, and Long-Run Sustainability (AEJ:MA 2012).
JEL codes: D91, E21, H55, I13, J22. Methods: - Software: Fortran
- Mark Duggan, Fiona Scott Morton. The Effect of Medicare Part D on Pharmaceutical Prices and Utilization (AER 2010).
JEL codes: L18, L11, L65 - Chemicals • Rubber • Drugs • Biotechnology. Methods: robust SE, Ordinary least squares (OLS) Software: Stata
- Simon Condliffe, Charles R. Link. The Relationship between Economic Status and Child Health: Evidence from the United States (AER 2008).
JEL codes: D31, I12, J13. Methods: Ordered probit, Linear probability model (LPM) Software: PC, LIMDEP, NLOGIT, 3.0
Below are the replicated studies with data source US Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS).
Below are the replications with data source US Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS).
Official website for the database published by the US Department of Health & Human Services: http://meps.ahrq.gov/mepsweb/