Shooshan Danagoulian

Shooshan Danagoulian

Associate Professor

313-577-1078

313-577-9564 (fax)

fr4523@wayne.edu

FAB 2095 and Integrative Biosciences Center (IBio)

Curriculum vitae

Website(s)

shooshandanagoulian.com

Social media

twitter.com/Shooshan5

Shooshan Danagoulian

Department

Economics

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  • Health economics
  • PHOENIX
  • Health insurance
  • Pollution and health

Education

Ph.D. Cornell University 2014

Selected publications

“Office Visits Preventing Emergency Room Visits: Evidence from the Flint Water Switch”, with Daniel Grossman and David Slusky. (2022) Forthcoming at Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.

“Fewer Opioids, More Benzodiazepines? Prescription Trends by Specialty in Response to the Implementation of Michigan’s Opioid Laws” with Andrew King, Kyle Mangan, John Tarchick (graduate student), and Bram Dolcourt. (2021) Pain Medicine. 2021; pnab270, https://doi.org/10.1093/pm/pnab270

“The Global COVID-19 Student Survey: First wave results” with David A. Jaeger, Jaime Arellano-Bover, Krzysztof Karbownik, Marta Martínez-Matute, John M. Nunley, R. Alan Seals, Miguel Almunia, Mackenzie Alston, Sascha O. Becker, Pilar Beneito, René Böheim, José E. Boscá, Jessica H. Brown, Simon Chang, Deborah Cobb-Clark, Sandra Donnally, Marissa Eckrote-Nordland, Lídía Farré, Javier Ferri, Margherita Fort, Jane Cooley Fruewirth, Rebecca Gelding, Allen C. Goodman, Melanie Guldi, Simone Häckl, Janet Hankin, Scott Imberman, Joanna Lahey, Joan Llull, Hani Mansour, Isaac Mcfarlin, Jaakko Meriläinen, Tove Mörtlund, Martin Nybom, Stephen D. Oconnell, Rupert Sausgruber, Amy Ellen Schwarz, Jan Stuhler, Petra Thiemann, Roel Van Veldhuizen, Marianne Wannamaker, Maria Zhu. Covid Economics Issue 79, 27 May 2021. CEPR Press.

“Rolling Back the Gains: Maternal Stress Undermines Pregnancy Health After Flint's Water Switch,” with Derek Jenkins (graduate student). Health Economics. 2020. 30: 564-584.

“Medicaid Expansion and Resource Utilization in the Emergency Department” with Alexander Janke, Arjun Venkatesh, and Phillip Levy. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2020 Dec; 38 (12), 2586-2590.

“More Sneezing, Less Crime? Seasonal Allergies as Transitory Cost of Crime,” with Aaron Chalfin and Monica Deza. Journal of Health Economics. 2019; 68, 102-30.

“Policy of Prevention: Medical Utilization Under a Wellness Plan” Health Economics 2018; 27(11) 1843-1858.

“Taking the Hassle Out of Wellness: Do Peers and Health Matter?” International Journal of Health Economics and Management. 2018; 18(1), 1-23.

Currently teaching

  • ECO 7550 Economics of Health Care

     

  • ECO5550/6550  Economics of Health Care
  • ECO2550 US Health Care: Policy and Economics

Courses taught

  • ECO2010 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO5000 Intermediate Microeconomics