Hongming Wang is a post-doctoral researcher at the Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study (HIAS), Hitotsubashi University. His research has examined the economic implications of insurance expansions for low-income children and adults, and the impacts of private insurance for the elderly. He currently receives funding from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science to examine the long-run impacts of universal health insurance implemented in Japan in 1961.
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Parental Responses to Social Insurance for Children: Evidence from CHIP
Expanding Health Insurance with Mandate and Subsidy: Theory and Evidence from Massachusetts [PDF]
Performance Pay in Insurance Markets: Evidence from Medicare (with Michele Fioretti) [PDF]
The Long-Run Health and Economic Impacts of Universal Health Insurance in Japan
(Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research, #20K13509, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)
American Society of Health Economists (Philadelphia), Western Economic Association International (Portland)
Western Economic Association International (San Diego)
AEA/ASSA (Philadelphia), American Society of Health Economists (Atlanta)
AEA/ASSA (Atlanta), International Industrial Organization Conference (Boston, co-author), Econometric Society European Winter Meetings (Rotterdam), Asia Pacific Industrial Organization Conference (Tokyo)
Society of Labor Economists (virtual), Econometric Society World Congress (virtual)
2020-2022. Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
2012-2018. Provost Fellwship, USC
2015-2017. Schaeffer Fellowship, Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics
2018-2019. Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Micro, USC
2013-2014. Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Micro and Intermediate Macro, USC