Antonios M. Koumpias

I am an applied microeconomist who uses causal inference and behavioral methods to evaluate the impact of traditional and innovative healthcare delivery and tax collection models.

I am particularly interested in the effects and unintended consequences of government programs such as Medicaid and disruptive market innovations such as retail health clinics and telehealth.

I have published 14 articles in journals such as Health Affairs Scholar, BMC Health Services Research and the Journal of Behavioral & Experimental Economics.

As an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, I teach microeconomics, health economics and public finance.

My References

Dissertation Committee Members

Jorge Martinez-Vazquez (Chair)
Department of Economics, Georgia State University,
(404) 413-0234, jorgemartinez@gsu.edu

Charles Courtemanche
Department of Economics, Georgia State University,
(404) 413-0082, ccourtemanche@gsu.edu

Thomas A. Mroz
Department of Economics, Georgia State University,
(404) 413-0163, tmroz@gsu.edu

Charles M. Becker
Department of Economics, Duke University,
(919) 660-1885, cbecker@econ.duke.edu 

Frank A. Sloan
Department of Economics, Duke University,
(919) 613-9358, fsloan@duke.edu

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Fall on Campus

Research Interests

Public Economics, Health Economics

Teaching Interests

Microeconomics, Public Finance, Health Economics

Education

BSc in Economics, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece
MA in Economics, Duke University, Durham, NC
PhD in Economics, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA

Curriculum Vitae

Here is the latest version of my CV 

    Get in touch

    Email: koumpias@umich.edu

    Tel: +1-313-583-6330

    Address: 2074 CASL Building 4901 Evergreen Road Dearborn, MI, 48128