Victoria Marone

I am an Assistant Professor in the Economics Department at the University of Texas at Austin. My research focuses on industrial organization and market design in health insurance and healthcare markets.

BRB 3.134C

2225 Speedway, Stop C3100

Austin, TX 78712

email : marone [at] utexas.edu

View my CV : here

Find me on twitter : @VictoriaMarone_

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

When Should There be Vertical Choice in Health Insurance Markets? with Adrienne Sabety. January 2022. American Economic Review, 112 (1): 304-42. [Online Appendix] [Replication Materials]

Summary on Microeconomic Insights

Regulating Markups in U.S. Health Insurance with Steve Cicala and Ethan Lieber. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, October 2019. [Online Appendix] [Replication Materials]

Narrow Networks on the Health Insurance Marketplaces: Prevalence, Pricing, And The Cost Of Network Breadth with Leemore Dafny, Igal Hendel, and Christopher Ody. Health Affairs, September 2017.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

All Medicaid Expansions Are Not Created Equal: The Geography and Targeting of the Affordable Care Act with Craig Garthwaite, John Graves, Tal Gross, Zeynal Karaca, and Matthew Notowidigdo. Brookings Institute, September 2019. [NBER Working Paper No. 26289]

Oscar Health Insurance: What Lies Ahead for a Unicorn Insurance Entrant? with Leemore Dafny. Harvard Business School Case 319-025, August 2018 (Revised August 2019).

WORKING PAPERS

Multidimensional Screening and Menu Design in Health Insurance Markets with Hector Chade, Amanda Starc, and Jeroen Swinkles

WORK IN PROGRESS

Winners and Losers Under Counterfactual Health Risk Pooling with Benjamin Vatter

Optimal Insurance With a Choice of Healthcare Quality with Ingrid Huitfeldt and Gabriel Zeigler

The Distributional Effects of Copays in a Single Payer System with Simon Bensnes and Ingrid Huitfeldt

Allocating Healthcare Without Prices: The Case of Primary Care Physicians with Ingrid Huitfeldt and Daniel Waldinger

TEACHING

ECO 325K Health Economics – Spring 2022 (undergraduate)