Jeffrey Clemens
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Do physicians' financial incentives affect medical treatment and patient health?
J Clemens, JD Gottlieb
American Economic Review 104 (4), 1320-1349, 2014
In the shadow of a giant: Medicare’s influence on private physician payments
J Clemens, JD Gottlieb
Journal of Political Economy 125 (1), 1-39, 2017
The minimum wage and the Great Recession: Evidence of effects on the employment and income trajectories of low-skilled workers
J Clemens, M Wither
Journal of Public Economics 170, 53-67, 2019
Fiscal policy multipliers on subnational government spending
J Clemens, S Miran
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 4 (2), 46-68, 2012
Implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for state government tax revenues
J Clemens, S Veuger
National Tax Journal 73 (3), 619-644, 2020
The rise of the states: US fiscal decentralization in the postwar period
K Baicker, J Clemens, M Singhal
Journal of public Economics 96 (11-12), 1079-1091, 2012
How do firms respond to minimum wage increases? understanding the relevance of non-employment margins
J Clemens
Journal of Economic Perspectives 35 (1), 51-72, 2021
Dropouts need not apply? The minimum wage and skill upgrading
J Clemens, LB Kahn, J Meer
Journal of Labor Economics 39 (S1), S107-S149, 2021
The minimum wage, fringe benefits, and worker welfare
J Clemens, LB Kahn, J Meer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
Do health insurers innovate? Evidence from the anatomy of physician payments
J Clemens, JD Gottlieb, TL Molnár
Journal of health economics 55, 153-167, 2017
Opium in Afghanistan: Prospects for the success of source country drug control policies
J Clemens
The Journal of Law and Economics 51 (3), 407-432, 2008
Understanding “wage theft”: Evasion and avoidance responses to minimum wage increases
J Clemens, MR Strain
Labour Economics 79, 102285, 2022
The heterogeneous effects of large and small minimum wage changes: evidence over the short and medium run using a pre-analysis plan
J Clemens, MR Strain
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
Regulatory Redistribution in the Market for Health Insurance
J Clemens
The short‐run employment effects of recent minimum wage changes: evidence from the American Community Survey
J Clemens, MR Strain
Contemporary Economic Policy 36 (4), 711-722, 2018
Demand shocks, procurement policies, and the nature of medical innovation: Evidence from wartime prosthetic device patents
J Clemens, P Rogers
Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-45, 2023
The effect of us health insurance expansions on medical innovation
J Clemens
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
Estimating the employment effects of recent minimum wage changes: early evidence, an interpretative framework, and a pre-commitment to future analysis
J Clemens, MR Strain
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
Capping the mortgage interest deduction
JE Anderson, J Clemens, A Hanson
National Tax Journal 60 (4), 769-785, 2007
Politics and the distribution of federal funds: Evidence from federal legislation in response to COVID-19
J Clemens, S Veuger
Journal of Public Economics 204, 104554, 2021
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