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Mark Stehr, BS, PhD

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


Degrees

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

Bio

Research Interests

  • Health Policy
  • Health Economics
  • Data Analysis Methods

Publications

Stehr, Mark. "Intended and Unintended Consequences of Youth Bicycle Helmet Laws," Journal of Law and Economics. (forthcoming)

Carpenter, Christopher and Stehr, Mark. "The Effects of Mandatory Seatbelt Laws on Seatbelt Use, Motor Vehicle Fatalities, and Crash-Related Injuries among Youths," Journal of Health Ecnomoics 27.3 (May 2008):642-662

Stehr, Mark. "The Effect of Sunday Sales Bans and Excise Taxes on Drinking and Cross Border Shopping for Alcoholic Beverages," National Tax Journal, 60.1 (Mar 2007):85-105

Stehr, Mark. "THe Effect of Cigarette Taxes on Smoking among Men and Women," Health Economics16.12 (Dec 2007):1333-1343

Prata, Ndola, Morris, Leo, Mazive, Elizio, Vahidnia, Farnaz and Stehr, Mark. "Relationship Between HIV Risk Perception and Condom Use: Evidence from a Population-Based Survey in Mozambique,"International Family Planning Perspectives 32.4 (Dec 2006):192-200

Stehr, Mark. "Cigarette Tax Avoidance and Evasion," Journal of Health Economics 24.2 (Mar 2005):277-297