Vaccination policy, child outcomes, health insurance, and health policy
- 2011 Steven M. Teutsch Prevention Effectiveness Fellow
- 2012 Conference Organizer "Bending the Cost Curve: Economic Research in Public Health"
- PhD, economics, University of California, Davis, Davis, California, 2011
- MA, economics, University of California, Davis, Davis, California, 2008
- BA, economics, Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts, 2003
- Jason Lindo and Charles Stoecker. 2013. Drawn into violence: Evidence on "What makes a criminal" from the Vietnam draft lotteries. Economic Inquiry forthcoming.
- Charles Stoecker, Lee M. Hampton, and Matthew R. Moore. 2012. 7-Valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine and otitis media: Effectiveness of a 2-dose versus 3-dose primary series. Vaccine 30:6256-6262.
- Charles Stoecker, Lee M. Hampton, Ruth Link-Gelles, Mark L. Messonnier, Fangjun Zhou, and Matthew R. Moore. 2013. Cost-effectiveness of using 2 vs 3 primary doses of 13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine. Pediatrics forthcoming.
Dr. Stoecker is a health economist interested in designing and analyzing policies that affect early life events. Dr. Stoecker's work has explored the impacts of vaccination policy efficiency, air pollution regulation, and health insurance coverage on children's health. His current research focuses on the economics of infectious disease including the impact of the Super Bowl on disease transmission and the links between scope of practice laws and health inequality.
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