Kevin Callison is an assistant professor in the Department of Global Health Management and Policy at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Kevin’s research focus includes issues related to health care use, health insurance markets, and policy evaluation. His work also extends to analyses of health determinants and substance abuse.
- "An Assessment of the Forward-Looking Hypothesis of the Demand for Cigarettes." Kaestner, R. and K. Callison. Southern Economic Journal. Forthcoming.
- "Social Health Insurance and the Use of Modern and Traditional Care in Developing Countries: Evidence from Ghana's National Health Insurance Scheme." Abrokwah, S.O., K. Callison, and D.J. Meyer. Journal of Development Studies. Forthcoming.
- "The Effect of Medicaid Physician Fee Increases on Patients' Health Care Access, Utilization, and Expenditures." Callison, K. and B.T. Nguyen. Health Services Research. 2018; 53(2): 690-710.
- "Economic Freedom and the Affordable Care Act: Medicaid Expansions and Labor Mobility by Race and Ethnicity." Callison, K. and P. Sicilian. Public Finance Review. 2018; 46(2): 301-324.
- "Individualized and Inter-Professional Cross-Continuum Complex Care Maps are Associated with Reduced Utilization and Cost for Frequent High-Need Users of Emergency and Inpatient Services." Hardin, L., A. Kilian, L. Muller, K. Callison, and M. Olgren. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2017; 18(2): 189-200.
- "Donor Registries, First-Person Consent Legislation, and the Supply of Deceased Organ Donors." Callison, K. and A. Levin. Journal of Health Economics. 2016; 49: 70-75.
- "Medicare Managed Care Spillovers and Treatment Intensity." Callison, K. Health Economics. 2016; 25(7): 873-887.
- "Do Higher Tobacco Taxes Reduce Adult Smoking? New Evidence of the Effect of Recent Cigarette Tax Increases on Adult Smoking." Callison, K. and R. Kaestner. Economic Inquiry. 2014; 52(1): 155-172.
- "Youth Employment and Substance Use." Kaestner, R., A. Lo Sasso, K. Callison, and B. Yarnoff. Social Science Research. 2013; 42(1): 169-185.
- "Adolescent Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Correlates of Adult Health." Kaestner, R. and K. Callison. Journal of Human Capital. 2011; 5(1): 29-69.