Research Interests:

Empirical microeconomics with interests in Labor, Public and Health Economics.


Publications:

- Zaresani, Arezou, "Return-to-Work Policies and Labor Supply in Disability Insurance Programs," American Economics Association Papers and Proceedings, 2018, 108():272-76. [Download here]

- Zwicher, Jennifer, Arezou Zaresani and Herb Emery, "Describing Heterogeneity of Unmet needs Among Adults with a Developmental Disability: An Examination of the 2012 Canadian Survey on Disability," Research in Developmental Disabilities, Volume 65, June 2017. [Download here]

 

Working Papers:

-"Adjustment Costs and Incentives to Work: Evidence from a Disability Insurance Program." [Download here] (under review)

-"Utilization with High Out-of-Pocket Costs: Evidence from In-Vitro-Fertilization Treatment", with Lucie Schmidt and Lindsay Tedds. [Download here]

-"Why Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder Have Lower Labor Supply than the Other Disability Groups?[Download here(under review).

Works in Progress:

-"Financial Incentives and Value-Based Health Care: A Meta-Analysis Approach", with Anthony Scott and Jongsay Yong

-"Costs of Playing a Tax System: Evidence from Australian Taxation Data", with Robert Breunig, Shane Johnson and Miguel Olivo-Villabrille.

-"Does More Information Results in Better Health Care? Evidence from National Broadband Network (NBN) Expansion in Australia", with Diana Contreras Suarez and Gideon Aschwanden.