Phil DeCicca
Phil DeCicca
Ball State University, Phyllis A Miller Professor of Health Economics and Research Associate, NBER
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Putting out the fires: will higher taxes reduce the onset of youth smoking?
P DeCicca, D Kenkel, A Mathios
Journal of political Economy 110 (1), 144-169, 2002
Local labor market fluctuations and health: is there a connection and for whom?
KK Charles, P DeCicca
Journal of health economics 27 (6), 1532-1550, 2008
Higher standards, more dropouts? Evidence within and across time
DR Lillard, PP DeCicca
Economics of Education Review 20 (5), 459-473, 2001
Cigarette taxes and the transition from youth to adult smoking: smoking initiation, cessation, and participation
P DeCicca, D Kenkel, A Mathios
Journal of health economics 27 (4), 904-917, 2008
Youth smoking, cigarette prices, and anti‐smoking sentiment
P DeCicca, D Kenkel, A Mathios, YJ Shin, JY Lim
Health economics 17 (6), 733-749, 2008
Physician response to pay‐for‐performance: Evidence from a natural experiment
J Li, J Hurley, P DeCicca, G Buckley
Health economics 23 (8), 962-978, 2014
Excise tax avoidance: the case of state cigarette taxes
P DeCicca, D Kenkel, F Liu
Journal of health economics 32 (6), 1130-1141, 2013
Does full-day kindergarten matter? Evidence from the first two years of schooling
P DeCicca
Economics of Education Review 26 (1), 67-82, 2007
Cigarette taxes and older adult smoking: Evidence from recent large tax increases
P DeCicca, L McLeod
Journal of health economics 27 (4), 918-929, 2008
Who pays cigarette taxes? The impact of consumer price search
P DeCicca, D Kenkel, F Liu
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (2), 516-529, 2013
Managed care and medical expenditures of Medicare beneficiaries
M Chernew, P DeCicca, R Town
Journal of Health Economics 27 (6), 1451-1461, 2008
Racial difference in the determinants of smoking onset
P DeCicca, D Kenkel, A Mathios
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 21, 311-340, 2000
Hours flexibility and retirement
KK Charles, P DeCicca
Economic Inquiry 45 (2), 251-267, 2007
The long-run impacts of early childhood education: Evidence from a failed policy experiment
P DeCicca, J Smith
Economics of Education Review 36, 41-59, 2013
Examining the association between physical activity, sedentary behavior and sport participation with e-cigarette use and smoking status in a large sample of Canadian youth
S Milicic, E Piérard, P DeCicca, ST Leatherdale
Nicotine and Tobacco Research 21 (3), 285-292, 2019
Health insurance availability and entrepreneurship
P DeCicca
Upjohn Institute working paper, 2010
The economics of tobacco regulation: a comprehensive review
P DeCicca, D Kenkel, MF Lovenheim
Journal of economic literature 60 (3), 883-970, 2022
Putting out the fires: will higher cigarette taxes reduce youth smoking
P DeCicca, D Kenkel, A Mathios
Annual Meetings of the American Economic Association, 1998
Reservation prices: An economic analysis of cigarette purchases on Indian reservations
P DeCicca, D Kenkel, F Liu
National Tax Journal 68 (1), 93-118, 2015
When good fences aren’t enough: The impact of neighboring air pollution on infant health
P DeCicca, N Malak
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 102, 102324, 2020
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