Emma Claire Boswell Dean

Asst. Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-3903
Locator Code:
6532

 
Career

Education

2018Ph.D. Managerial Science & Applied Economics Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
2015M.S. Managerial Science & Applied Economics Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
2008B.S. Biometry & Statistics Cornell University

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Health Economics | Development Economics | Applied Microeconomics

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Health Economics | Development Economics | Applied Microeconomics

Professional Experience

- Ad hoc consulting, Center for Global Development, International Monetary Fund,Medecins Sans Frontieres, The World Bank
2014 - 2016Research Assistant for Amanda Starc & Robert Town, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
2008 - 2013Consultant in Market Research & Advanced Analytics, Trinity Life Sciences

Honors & Acknowledgements

Miami Herbert Business School Faculty-Student Research Team of the Year, 2020
Public Voices Fellow, 2019
Judith & William Bollinger Fellowship for Interdisciplinary Research, University of Pennsylvania, 2017
Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, 2016
Ackoff Fellow, Risk Management and Decision Processes Center of the Wharton School, 2015
Research Travel Grant, Center for the Advanced Study of India at University ofPennsylvania; Associated Doctoral Researcher, Indian School of Business at Mohali, 2014
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Development Economics | Applied Microeconomics

Publications

Mortensen, K., Dean, E.B., French, M., Wang, Y. and Chen, J. "Trends in HealthCare Utilization and Spending in the United States across Five Decades: 1977 -2017." (Forthcoming at Medical Care.).


Dean, E.B., Johnson, P. and Bond, A. Physician, Practice, and Patient Characteristics Associated with Biosimilar Use in Medicare Recipients (JAMA Open Network, 2021, 4(1), e2034776. ). [Link]


Dean, E.B., French, M. and Mortensen, K. Food Insecurity, Health Care Utilization, and Health Care Expenditures (Health Services Research, 2020, 55(S2), pp.883-893. ). [Link]


Grossman, G., Pierskalla, J. and Dean, E.B. Government Fragmentation and Public Goods Provision. (Journal of Politics, 2017, 79(3), pp.823-840. ). [Link]


Dean, E.B., Schilbach, F. and Schofield, H. Poverty and Cognitive Function (2019). [Link]

SUMMARY: Chapter in NBER book The Economics of Asset Accumulation and Poverty Traps, edited by Barrett,
C.B., Carter, M. and Chavas, J.P., 57-118. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.