Edward C. Norton
Edward C. Norton
Professor of Health Management and Policy, Professor of Economics, University of Michigan, and NBER
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Interaction terms in logit and probit models
C Ai, EC Norton
Economics Letters 80 (1), 123-129, 2003
Computing interaction effects and standard errors in logit and probit models
EC Norton, H Wang, C Ai
The Stata Journal 4 (2), 154-167, 2004
Informal care and health care use of older adults
C Van Houtven, C Norton, Edward
Journal of Health Economics 23 (6), 1159-1180, 2004
Interaction Terms in Nonlinear Models
P Karaca-Mandic, C Norton, Edward, B Dowd
Health Services Research 47 (1), 255-274, 2012
Long-term Care
EC Norton
Handbook of Health Economics 1, 956-995, 2000
School and neighborhood characteristics associated with school rates of alcohol, cigarette, and marijuana use
ST Ennett, RL Flewelling, RC Lindrooth, EC Norton
Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 55-71, 1997
Long-term survival following partial vs radical nephrectomy among older patients with early-stage kidney cancer
HJ Tan, EC Norton, Z Ye, KS Hafez, JL Gore, DC Miller
JAMA 307 (15), 1629-1635, 2012
Why have physical activity levels declined among Chinese adults? Findings from the 1991-2006 China health and nutrition surveys
S Ng, EC Norton, BM Popkin
Social Science and Medicine 68 (7), 1305-1314, 2009
Longevity and health care expenditures: the real reasons older people spend more
Z Yang, EC Norton, SC Stearns
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2003
Choosing between and interpreting the Heckit and two-part models for corner solutions
WH Dow, EC Norton
Health Services and outcomes research methodology 4 (1), 5-18, 2003
How Hospital Ownership Affects Access to Care for the Uninsured
EC Norton, DO Staiger
RAND Journal of Economics, 171-185, 1994
twopm: Two-part models
F Belotti, P Deb, WG Manning, EC Norton
The Stata Journal 15 (1), 3-20, 2015
Time to include time to death? The future of health care expenditure predictions
SC Stearns, EC Norton
Health Economics 13 (4), 315-327, 2004
What's the risk? A simple approach for estimating adjusted risk measures from nonlinear models including logistic regression
LC Kleinman, EC Norton
Health Services Research 44 (1), 288-302, 2009
Controlling for the endogeneity of peer substance use on adolescent alcohol and tobacco use
EC Norton, RC Lindrooth, ST Ennett
Health Economics 7 (5), 439-453, 1998
Adverse selection, bequests, crowding out, and private demand for insurance: evidence from the long-term care insurance market
FA Sloan, EC Norton
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 15 (3), 201-219, 1997
Weight and wages: fat versus lean paychecks
E Han, EC Norton, SC Stearns
Health Economics 18 (5), 535-548, 2009
Effects of Medicare Payment Changes on Nursing Home Staffing and Deficiencies
RT Konetzka, D Yi, EC Norton, KE and Kilpatrick
Health Services Research 39 (3), 463-488, 2004
Informal Care and Medicare Expenditures: Testing for Heterogeneous Treatment Effects
CH Van Houtven, EC Norton
Journal of Health Economics 27, 134-56, 2008
Genetic information, obesity, and labor market outcomes
EC Norton, E Han
Health Economics 17 (9), 1089-1104, 2008
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