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Recent Publications

Convergence Research as a ‘System-of-Systems’: A Framework and Research Agenda

Researchers Lisa Gajary, Anand Desai and colleagues present a multilevel research agenda that accounts for a complex systems understanding of Convergence Research, one of the U.S. National Science Foundation's "10 Big Ideas" and top strategic approaches to address grand societal challenges.

Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Patterns Among Beneficiaries With Multiple Chronic Conditions
Journal of the American Medical Association

Wendy Xu's study in the Journal of the American Medical Association examines the behavior of Medicare Advantage enrollees with chronic conditions. 

Excess Emissions: Environmental Impacts, Health Effects, and Policy Debate
Review of Environmental Economics and Policy

Alex Hollingsworth studies the need for emissions data reporting to enable creation and implementation of effective regulatory frameworks.

The Effects of Administrative Burden on Program Equity and Performance: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in a Foreclosure Prevention Program
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences

Stephanie Moulton's study examines the effects of reforms to reduce administrative burden in a foreclosure prevention program by streamlining the application process and reducing applicant wait times.

Simulated Power Analyses for Observational Studies: An Application to the Affordable Care Act Medicaid Expansion
Journal of Public Economics

Using an applied example – the link between gaining health insurance and mortality – Alex Hollingsworth and colleagues conduct a simulated power analysis to outline the importance of power and ways to estimate power in complex research settings.

Student Achievement and Learning Acceleration in Ohio

Vladimir Kogan examines student performance on the spring 2023 Ohio State Tests.

Introduction to Governance, Government and Public Administration

Jos Raadschelders presents an accessible, student-friendly introduction to governance, government and public administration

Global assessment of the carbon–water tradeoff of dry cooling for thermal power generation
Nature Water

Jeff Bielicki and colleagues investigate the CO2 emission and energy penalty due to the deployment of dry cooling—a critical water mitigation strategy—together with alternative water sourcing and carbon capture and storage under climate scenarios.