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Stuart Vincent Craig

Stuart Vincent Craig
Assistant Professor | Risk and Insurance
4261 Grainger Hall

About Stuart

Stuart Craig joins the Wisconsin School of Business in August 2023 as an Assistant Professor in the Risk & Insurance Department, after completing postdoctoral work at the Tobin Center for Economic Policy at Yale University.

Professor Craig studies the causes and consequences of rising healthcare spending in the U.S., with a focus on competition and price setting in business-to-business healthcare markets.

Professor Craig earned his B.S. from Cornell University and his Ph.D. from The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania.

Selected Published Journal Articles

Craig, S. & Ericson, K. & Starc, A. (2021). How important is price variation between health insurers? Journal of Health Economics

Craig, S. & Grennan, M. & Swanson, A. (2021). Mergers and marginal costs: New evidence on hospital buyer power The RAND Journal of Economics

Albright, B. & Nasioudis, D. & Craig, S. & Moss, H. & Latif, N. & Ko, E. & Haggerty, A. (2021). Impact of Medicaid expansion on women with gynecologic cancer: a difference-in-difference analysis American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Cooper, Z. & Craig, S. & Gaynor, M. & Harish, N. & Krumholz, H. & Van Reenan, J. (2019). Hospital Prices Grew Substantially Faster Than Physician Prices For Hospital-Based Care In 2007–14 Health Affairs

Cooper, Z. & Craig, S. & Gaynor, M. & Van Reenan, J. (2019). The Price Ain’t Right? Hospital Prices and Health Spending on the Privately Insured Quarterly Journal of Economics

Cooper, Z. & Craig, S. & Gray, C. & Gaynor, M. & Van Reenan, J. (2019). Variation In Health Spending Growth For The Privately Insured From 2007 To 2014 Health Affairs

Hacker, J. & Huber, G. & Nichols, A. & Rehm, P. & Schlesinger, M. & Valletta, R. & Craig, S. (2014). The Economic Security Index: A New Measure for Research and Policy Analysis The Review of Income and Wealth

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