Associate Professor of Economics
Juan Pantano's research features a variety of strategies to answer empirical questions in applied microeconomics, with a particular focus on labor economics and health economics. His current research focuses on understanding how parents invest in their children and how patients and their doctors make medical treatment choices.
- ECON 532, Health Economics
- ECON 696I, Labor Economics II
- “Health Care Access, Costs and Treatment Dynamics: Evidence from In Vitro Fertilization” (with B. Hamilton, E. Jungheim and B. McManus), American Economic Review, 2018, Vol. 108, No 12.
- “Estimating Neighborhood Choice Models: Lessons from a Housing Assistance Experiment” (with S. Galiani and A. Murphy), American Economic Review, 2015, Vol. 105 No 11.
Recent Working Papers
- “The Demographic Consequences of Sex-Selection Technology” (with Q. Li.)
- “Property Division upon Divorce and Household Decisions”, (with Y. Huang, H. Ye and J. Yi)