His work on Market economy as part of general Social insurance research is frequently linked to Actuarial science, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research ties Social insurance and Market economy together. Borrowing concepts from Mathematical analysis, Henry J. Aaron weaves in ideas under Distribution (mathematics). With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Mathematical analysis and Distribution (mathematics). He combines Microeconomics and Public good in his research. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Public good and Microeconomics in his work. His research links Income distribution with Inequality. His Income distribution study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Inequality.
His work on Law as part of general Politics study is frequently connected to Law and economics, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Law and Law and economics. His work in the fields of Social insurance, such as Market economy, intersects with other areas such as Actuarial science. His Social insurance research extends to Market economy, which is thematically connected. Neoclassical economics is integrated with Mathematical economics and Positive economics in his research. He performs integrative Mathematical economics and Neoclassical economics research in his work. As part of his studies on Public economics, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Value-added tax. His Tax reform study frequently links to related topics such as Tax incidence. His Tax incidence study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Double taxation.
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The Social Insurance Paradox
The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science (1966)
Public Goods and Income Distribution
Henry Aaron;Martin McGuire.
Economic effects of social security
Henry J. Aaron.
Corporate Taxation in the United States
Alan J. Auerbach;Henry J. Aaron;Robert E. Hall.
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (1983)
The Painful Prescription: Rationing Hospital Care.
Kenneth E. Thorpe;Henry J. Aaron;William B. Schwartz.
Political Science Quarterly (1984)
Serious and Unstable Condition: Financing America's Health Care
Henry J. Aaron.
Rationing health care: the choice before us.
Henry Aaron;William B. Schwartz.
Can America Afford to Grow Old?: Paying for Social Security
John C. Hambor;Henry J. Aaron;Barry P. Bosworth;Gary Burtless.
Hospital cost control: a bitter pill to swallow
Henry J. Aaron;William B. Schwartz.
Harvard Business Review (1985)
Assessing tax reform
Harvey Galper;Henry J. Aaron.
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