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Postdoctoral Fellows, 2015-2017

 


Trey Dronyk-Trosper


Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D. University of Oklahoma


B.A. (Economics), University of Oklahoma


Research interests: urban economics, public economics, applied microeconomics


rtrosper@tulane.edu

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Trey Dronyk-Trosper is the post-doctoral fellow for the Public Finance Program. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma in 2015. His research has appeared in the Journal of the American Planning Association and the Journal of Sports Economics. Trey's research interests include work in public finance and public economics, particularly at the state and local levels. In particular, his research touches on issues of local financing, budgets, and capitalization effects. Currently he is exploring topics related to local fiscal overrides, water policy, and human capital accumulation.




Gultekin Gollu


Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison


B.A. (Economics), Sabanci University, Turkey


Research interests: health economics, public economics, applied microeconomics, labor economics


ggollu@tulane.edu

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Gultekin Gollu received his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2015. He received his B.A. and M.A. degrees in Economics in Turkey. His main research interest is on economic and health outcomes of public health policies. His recent research focuses on labor supply effects of several policy changes under the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare).




Jianjing Lin


Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D. University of Arizona-Tucson


B.A. (Economics), Sun Yet-san University, China


Research interests: industrial organization, health economics, applied econometrics


jlin7@tulane.edu

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My research interests include topics in Industrial Organization, Health Economics and Applied Econometrics. The current focus of my research concentrates on hospitals' adoption of Health Information Technology (HIT), evaluating which IT systems hospitals use and investigating the consequence of the application of HIT. I applied structural modelling into the analysis and the results have some potentially important policy implications. I am also interested in the impact of the adoption of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) on hospitals' billing practices.


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