Karen Smith Conway
Professor of Economics
ksconway [at] cisunix [dot] unh [dot] edu
Fields of Specialization:
Applied econometrics; health economics; labor supply; and public economics
Ph.D., University of North Carolina
B.A., Eastern Illinois University
For a complete listing, see CV
“‘Going with the Flow’ – A Comparison of Interstate Elderly Migration During 1970-2000 Using the (I)PUMS versus Full Census Data,” (with Jonathan C. Rork), Journal of Gerontology: SOCIAL SCIENCES, forthcoming, published online February 5, 2010.
“Post-Injury Work Incentives Revisited,” (with Marjorie Baldwin and Ju-Chin Huang), Southern Economic Journal, July 2009, 76(1), pp. 47-66.
Conway, K., Rork, J. C. (2008). Income Tax Preferences for the Elderly. Public Finance Review, 36(5), 523-62.
Conway, K., Rork, J. C. (2008). Income Tax Breaks for the Elderly -- How Did We Get Here?. Public Policy & Aging Report, 18(4), 1, 33-39.
Houtenville, A., Conway, K. (2008). Parental Effort, School Resources and Student Achievement. Journal of Human Resources, XLIII(2), 437-53.
Kutinova, A., Conway, K. (2008). What About Mom? The Forgotten Beneficiary of the Medicaid Expansions. Southern Economic Journal, 74(4), 1070-1104.
“Maternal Health: Does Prenatal Care Make a Difference?” (with Andrea Kutinova), Health Economics, May 2006, 15(5), pp. 461-88.
“State ‘Death’ Taxes and Elderly Migration–the Chicken or the Egg?” (with Jonathan Rork), National Tax Journal, March 2006, Vol. LIX, No. 1, pp. 97-128.
“Is Prenatal Care Really Ineffective? Or, is the 'Devil' in the Distribution?” (with Partha Deb), Journal of Health Economics, May 2005, 24(3), pp. 489-513.
Honors & Awards:
- University of New Hampshire, Faculty Scholars Award, 2010
- University of New Hampshire Faculty Scholars Award, 2004
- University of New Hampshire Outstanding Associate Professor Award, 2003
- Whittemore School of Business and Economics Award for Teaching Excellence, 2000
- University of New Hampshire Award for Excellence in Research, 1994