Individual Mandate

  • Individual Mandate (search in Health Affairs)
  • Individual Mandate (National Center for Policy Analysis)
  • Auerbach, D. A., J. Holtzblatt, P. Jacobs, A. Minicozzi, P. Moomau, and C. White, Will Health Insurance Mandates Increase Coverage? Synthesizing Perspectives from Health, Tax, and Behavioral Economics, National Tax Journal, Vol. 63, No. 4, Pt. 1, December 2010, pp. 659–680.
  • Blumberg, L. J., and J. Holahan, The Individual Mandate—An Affordable and Fair Approach to Achieving Universal Coverage, New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 361, No. 1, 2009, pp. 6–7.
  • Buettgens, M., and C. Carroll, Eliminating the Individual Mandate: Effects on Premiums, Coverage,and Uncompensated Care, Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute, 2012.
  • Buettgens, M., B. Garrett, and J. Holohan, Why the Individual Mandate Matters: Timely Analysis of Immediate Health Policy Issues. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute, 2010.
  • Chandra, A., J. Gruber, and R. McKnight, The Importance of the Individual Mandate—Evidence from Massachusetts, New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 364, No. 4, January 2011, pp. 293–295.
  • Congressional Budget Office, Effects of Eliminating the Individual Mandate to Obtain Health Insurance, Washington, D.C., 2010.
  • Congressional Budget OfficeWill Health Insurance Mandates Increase Coverage?Synthesizing Perspectives from the Literature in Health Economics, Tax Compliance, and Behavioral Economics by David Auerbach, Janet Holtzblatt, Paul Jacobs, Alexandra Minicozzi, Pamela Moomau, and Chapin White, 2010, CBO Working Paper 2010-05.
  • Krueger, A. B., and U. E. Reinhardt, The Economics of Employer Versus Individual Mandates, Health Affairs, Vol. 13, No. 2, 1994, pp. 34–53.
  • Pauly, M. V., P. Danzon, P. Feldstein, and J. Hoff, A Plan for ‘Responsible National Health Insurance, Health Affairs, Vol. 10, No. 1, February 1991, pp. 5–25.
  • Pauly, M. V.P. DanzonP. Feldstein, and J. HoffResponsible National Health InsuranceAEI Press: 1994.
  • Sheils, J. F., and R. Haught, Without the Individual Mandate, the Affordable Care Act Would Still Cover 23 Million, Premiums Would Rise Less Than Predicted, Health Affairs, Vol. 30, No. 11, 2011, pp. 2177–2185.
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