Birkmeyer J., Skinner J.S., and Wennberg D., “Will Volume-Based Referral Strategies Reduce Costs or Just Save Lives?” Health Affairs 21(5) (September/October 2002): 234-41.
Lusardi A., Skinner J.S., and Venti S. “Saving, Public Policy, and Late-Life Inequality”, Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 22 (2002).
Birkmeyer N.J., Weinstein J.N., Tosteson A.N.A., Tosteson, T.D., Skinner J.S., Lurie J.D., Deyo D.A., Wennberg J.E. “Design of the Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial (SPORT)” Spine 27(12) (June 15, 2002): 1361-1372.
Wennberg JE., Fisher E.S., and Skinner J.S., “Geography and the Debate Over Medicare Reform” Health Affairs 21(2) (2002). Web Exclusive. Reprinted in J.K. Iglehart (ed.) Debating Health Care: A Health Affairs Retrospective, Millwood, VA: Project Hope (2007).
Silverman E., Skinner J.S., and Fisher E.S. “The Association between For-Profit Ownership and Medicare Spending” New England Journal of Medicine 341(6) (August 5, 1999): 420-426.
McClellan M., and Skinner J.S., “Medicare Reform: Who Pays and Who Benefits?” Health Affairs 18(1) (Jan/Feb 1999): 48-62.
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“Toward a 21st-Century Health Care System: Recommendations for Health Care Reform,” (with 49 other co-signers), Annals of Internal Medicine 150(7) (April 7, 2009): 493-5.
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Comment on “Aging and Housing Equity: Another Look,” by Steven F. Venti and David A. Wise, in D. Wise (ed.) Perspective on the Economics of Aging. University of Chicago Press and NBER (2004).
Comment on “The Economics of Bequests in Pensions and Social Security,” by Martin Feldstein and Elena Ranguelova, in Martin Feldstein and Jeffrey Leibman (eds.) The Distributional Aspects of Social Security and Social Security Reform Chicago: NBER and the University of Chicago Press (2002).
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Review of Richard Bird, Tax Policy and Economic Development, in National Tax Journal (March 1993).
“Raising Revenue Without Raising Tax Rates,” (with Dan Feenberg) Tax Notes (February 15, 1993).
“Individual Retirement Accounts,” New Palgrave Encyclopedia of Money and Finance 1993.
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