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- Areas of Interest:
- Health and Social Policy ,
- Regulation of Labor Markets ,
- Causal Inference ,
- Applied Econometrics
- Ph.D., Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, 2010
- M.A., School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University, 2006
- B.PAPM., Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs, Carleton University, 2004
- Data Analysis and Modeling
- Public Program Evaluation
Dr. Coady Wing joined O'Neill in 2014 after serving as assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago and as a post-doctoral fellow at Northwestern University.
Wing's primary research examines the way that occupational regulations shape the way that different types of workers are used to provide health services. For example, he has examined how the regulation of nurse practitioners, dental hygienists, and pharmacists affect the cost and availability of basic health services such as well care visits, teeth cleanings and fillings, and vaccinations. Wing is also part of a team of scholars conducting an evaluation of a new Medicaid Managed Care program in Illinois.
In other work, Wing studies the health and economic welfare of veterans. Some of his current work in is concerned with the effects of military recruitment policies on the skills that people acquire during military service, and with the geographical variation in obesity among veterans served by the Veteran's Health Administration.
More broadly, Wing studies the methodological and substantive conditions under which quasi-experimental research designs appear to reproduce the results of randomized experiments. His research has been published in the Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, and American Journal of Public Health, among others.
- Doctoral Award, Syracuse University (2011)
- Doctoral Dissertation Award, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University (2011)
- National Student Award, Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration (2005)
In the News
- "Pharmacy Based Flu Shots Increase, But Overall Rate Stays The Same" - WFIU, October 28, 2016
- "IU research: Pharmacy flu shots popular but don't lead to higher vaccination rate" - IU Newsroom, October 24, 2016
- “Geographic Accessibility Of Food Outlets Not Associated With Body Mass Index Change Among Veterans, 2009–14,” (with S.N. Zenk, E. Tarlov, S.A. Matthews, K. Jones, H. Tong, and L.M. Powel) Health Affairs, 8 1433-42 (August 2017)
- “What Can We Learn From A Doubly Randomized Preference Trial? An Instrumental Variables Perspective,” (with M.H. Clark) Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (October 27, 2016)
- “Relaxing Occupational Licensing Requirements: Analyzing Wages and Prices for a Medical Service,” (with M. Kleiner, A. Marier, and K.W. Park) Journal of Law and Economics 59(2), (2016)
- “A national examination of pharmacy-based immunization statutes and their association with influenza vaccinations and preventive health,” (with K.W. McConeghy) Vaccine 34 3463-3468 (2016)
- “Effects of Occupational Regulations on the Cost of Dental Services: Evidence from Dental Insurance Claims,” (with A. Marier) Journal of Health Economics (2014)
- “Workplace compliance with the law: the case of the Family and Medical Leave Act,” (with A. Armenia and N. Gerstel) Work and Occupations 41(3), (2014)
- “Strengthening the regression discontinuity design using additional design elements: A within study comparison,” (with T.D. Cook) Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 32(4), 853-877 (2013)
- “Making MTO health results more relevant to current housing policy: Next steps,” (with T.D. Cook) Cityscape 14(2), 169-180 (2012)
- “Effects of written informed consent requirements on HIV testing rates: Evidence from a natural experiment,”American Journal of Public Health 99(6) (2009)