Edward C. Norton is a Professor in both the Department of Health Management and Policy and in the Department of Economics at the University of Michigan. In addition to his affiliations with the University of Michigan, Prof. Norton is a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research in the Health Economics Program. Before coming to Michigan, he taught at UNC at Chapel Hill and at Harvard Medical School. In 2018 he won the School of Public Health Excellence in Research Award at the University of Michigan.
His research interests in health economics include long-term care and aging, pay-for-performance, obesity, and econometrics.
- Levy, H.G., E.C. Norton, J.A. Smith. 2018. “Tobacco regulation and cost-benefit analysis: How should we value foregone consumer surplus?” American Journal of Health Economics 4(1):1-25. A previous version appeared as NBER Working paper #22471.
- Norton, E.C. and B.E. Dowd. 2018. “Log odds and the interpretation of logit models.” Health Services Research 53(2):859-878.
- Deb, P, E.C. Norton, and W.G. Manning. 2017. Health Econometrics Using Stata. Stata Press.
- Norton, E.C., J. Li, A. Das, L.M. Chen. Forthcoming. “Moneyball in Medicare.” Journal of Health Economics. A previous version appeared as NBER Working paper #22371.
- Konetzka, R.T., K. Lasater, E.C. Norton, R.M. Werner. Forthcoming. “Are recessions good for staffing in nursing homes?” American Journal of Health Economics. A previous version appeared as NBER Working paper #23402.