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Mark Stehr, BS, PhD

Mark Stehr

Associate Professor
Health Management and Policy
215.895.0554
stehr@drexel.edu
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Degrees

BS, Cell and Molecular Biology, University of Michigan; PhD, Economics, University of California at Berkeley

Bio

Professor Stehr is an Associate Professor in the School of Economics in the LeBow College of Business and in the Department of Health Management and Policy in the Dornsife School of Public Health. He received his PhD from the University of California at Berkeley. His primary research interests are in health economics, health behaviors and public policy. His research has attracted funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.

Research Interests

  • Health Policy
  • Health Economics
  • Data Analysis Methods

Publications

Stehr, M., Carrera, M., Royer, H., Sydnor, J., Can Financial Incentives Help People Trying to Establish New Habits? Experimental Evidence with New Gym Members Journal. Journal of Health Economics, March 2018; 58:202-214.

Mayne, S., Auchincloss, Am., Stehr, M., et al, Associations of Bar and Restaurant Smoking Bans with Smoking Behavior in the CARDIA Study: A 25-Year Study. American Journal of Epidemiology, Jan 2018.

Kern, D., Auchincloss, A., Stehr, M., et al, Neighborhood Price of Healthier Food Relative to Unhealthy Food and its Association with Type 2 Diabetes and Insulin Resistance: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis. Preventative Medicine, January 2018, 106:122-129.

Kern, D., Auchincloss, A., Robinson, L., Stehr, M., et al, Healthy and Unhealthy Food Prices Across Neighborhoods and their Association with Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status and Proportion Black/Hispanic. Journal of Urban Health, August 2017, 94:494-505.

Mayne, S., Auchincloss, A., Stehr, M., et al, Longitudinal Associations of Local Cigarette Prices and Smoking Banks with Smoking Behavior in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA). Epidemiology, October 2017, 28:863-871.

Stehr, M., Royer, H. and Sydnor, J., Incentives, Commitments and Habit Formation in Exercise: Evidence from a Field Experiment with Workers at a Fortune-500 Company. American Economic Journal-Applied Economics, July 2015, 7:1-35.

Stehr, M., Intended and Unintended Consequences of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws. Journal of Law and Economics, May 2011, 54.

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