Tim Layton is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He specializes in Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurance markets.
leah_boustanThey tell you the best training for economics PhD programs is real analysis, but I say it’s high school or college debate team t.co/M0shZfQzIY
RyanReedHillHey academics on Twitter:
Have you ever been scooped?
Do you worry about getting scooped?
My job market paper estimates the consequences of getting scooped in science using cool data from structural biology.
Let’s do a thread!