National Bureau of Economic Research
Affect, Shelter in place, Environmental health, Alcohol consumption and Demographic economics are his primary areas of study. He interconnects Production, Birth weight and Unemployment in the investigation of issues within Affect. He focuses mostly in the field of Unemployment, narrowing it down to topics relating to Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and, in certain cases, Mental health.
His Environmental health research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Covariate, Low birth weight and Prenatal care. The various areas that Dhaval Dave examines in his Alcohol consumption study include Individual heterogeneity, National Longitudinal Surveys and Monitoring the Future. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Public policy and Work hours.
Dhaval Dave mostly deals with Demographic economics, Environmental health, Welfare reform, Psychiatry and Affect. His work on National Longitudinal Surveys as part of general Demographic economics research is frequently linked to Recession and Business cycle, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Environmental health research incorporates elements of Mental health, Per capita and Public policy.
His research in Welfare reform intersects with topics in Incentive and Human capital. The various areas that Dhaval Dave examines in his Affect study include Labour economics and Prenatal care. His Addiction research includes elements of Endogeneity and Panel data.
His primary areas of investigation include Social distance, Demographic economics, Geography, Shelter in place and Research design. His work carried out in the field of Demographic economics brings together such families of science as Minimum wage, Feeling and Welfare reform. Dhaval Dave has researched Minimum wage in several fields, including Developing country, Infant health and Prenatal care.
His Welfare reform study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as National Longitudinal Surveys, Full-time and Service. While working in this field, he studies both Geography and Socioeconomics. His research integrates issues of Legislature, Public economics, State and Law and economics in his study of Endogeneity.
Social distance, Shelter in place, Geography, Early adopter and Disease control are his primary areas of study. His Social distance study spans across into subjects like Socioeconomics, Criminology, Police custody, Supreme court and Natural experiment. His Socioeconomics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Externality.
Shelter in place is integrated with Repeal, Public economics, Endogeneity, Exploit and Order in his study. Geography is connected with Research design, Grocery shopping, Order, Task force and Mandate in his study. Early adopter combines with fields such as Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak in his research.
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The Effects of Retirement on Physical and Mental Health Outcomes
Dhaval Dave;Inas Rashad;Jasmina Spasojevic.
Southern Economic Journal (2008)
Alcohol Advertising and Alcohol Consumption by Adolescents
Henry Saffer;Dhaval Dave;Dhaval Dave.
Health Economics (2006)
Health insurance and ex ante moral hazard: evidence from Medicare
Dhaval Dave;Dhaval Dave;Robert Kaestner;Robert Kaestner.
International Journal of Health Care Finance & Economics (2009)
When do shelter-in-place orders fight COVID-19 best? Policy heterogeneity across states and adoption time
Dhaval M Dave;Andrew I Friedson;Kyutaro Matsuzawa;Joseph J Sabia.
Economic Inquiry (2021)
Exercise, Physical Activity, and Exertion over the Business Cycle
Gregory J Colman;Dhaval M Dave.
Social Science & Medicine (2013)
How does the business cycle affect eating habits
Dhaval M. Dave;Inas Rashad Kelly.
Social Science & Medicine (2012)
With a Little Help from My Friends: The Effects of Good Samaritan and Naloxone Access Laws on Opioid-Related Deaths
Daniel I. Rees;Joseph J. Sabia;Laura M. Argys;Dhaval Dave.
The Journal of Law and Economics (2019)
Did California’s Shelter-in-Place Order Work? Early Coronavirus-Related Public Health Effects
Andrew I. Friedson;Drew McNichols;Joseph J. Sabia;Dhaval Dave.
Social Science Research Network (2020)
Alcohol abuse and suicide attempts among youth.
Pinka Chatterji;Dhaval Dave;Robert Kaestner;Sara Markowitz.
Economics and Human Biology (2004)
Mandatory Access Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs and Prescription Drug Abuse
Anca M. Grecu;Dhaval M. Dave;Henry Saffer.
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (2019)
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