Prof. Martin Salm, Ph.D. (Tilburg University)

Adresse:   Tilburg University
Niederlande
M.Salm©uvt.nl
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+-Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests
 
 

Health Economics, Labor and Demographic Economics, Econometrics
 

Research Economist, Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Aging
(MEA), University of Mannheim, Germany, since 2006
 
 

Ph.D. in Economics, Duke University, Durham, USA, 2006
 

Canadian Journal of Economics
 

"The Paul Geroski Best Article Prize" for best article published in the International Journal of Industrial Organization [“Evidence on preferences and subjective beliefs of risk takers: The case of smokers” with Ahmed Khwaja and Frank Sloan], 2007
 

Coordinator (joint with Carsten Trenkler), Applied Economics and Econometrics Seminar, University of Mannheim, since Fall 2007
 

(2007): IHEA Congress in Copenhagen, EEA Conference in Budapest, RAND Conference on Subjective Probabilities in Jackson, Tinbergen Institute in Amsterdam, Verein für Socialpolitik Conference in Munich, MPI Bonn
 
Employment and Affiliation
 
 

Dissertation Title: Essays on health and household finances
 

Instructor, Principles of Economics (Econ 51D at Duke University), Summer 2003
 

(2006): Baylor University, University of North Carolina – Greensboro, HEC Lausanne, University of Mannheim, Netspar Workshop on "Microeconomics of Aging" in Utrecht
 

Research Affiliate, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Bonn, since 2006
 

Research Assistant, Center for Health Policy, Duke University, Durham, USA. 2004 - 2006
 
Education
 
 

Dissertation Committee: Frank A. Sloan (Chair), Han Hong, Ahmed Khwaja, Alessandro Tarozzi, Curtis Taylor
 

Head Teaching Assistant, Principles of Economics (Econ 51D at Duke University), Spring 2003 - Spring 2004
 

Top Teaching Assistant Award (based on student evaluations), Duke University, Fall 2002 and Spring 2003
 

(2005): IHEA Congress in Barcelona, Duke University, University of Connecticut, Triangle Health Economics Seminar at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
 

Diploma in Economics, University of Mannheim, Germany, 2001
 
Teaching Experience and Seminar Coordination
 
 

Teaching Assistant, Principles of Economics, (Econ 1D at Duke University), Fall 2002
 

Henry Grabowski and William Yohe Fellowship, Duke University, 2001 - 2002
 

Undergraduates Studies in Economics at the University of Freiburg (1996-1998),University of Wisconsin – Madison (1998-1999), and University of Mannheim (1999-2001)
 
Grants and Awards
 
 

Tuition Fellowship, Duke University, 2001 - 2006
 

Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD), IAS Fellowship for study abroad year at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1998 - 1999
 
Refereeing
 
 
Presentations
 
 

Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst e.V., Fellowship, 1996 - 2001
 

+-Publikationen

Beitrag in Zeitschrift
  • Jürges, Hendrik; Reinhold, Steffen; Salm, Martin (2011): "Does Schooling Aff ect Health Behavior? Evidence from the Educational Expansion in Western Germany". In: Economics of Education Review, 30 (5), pp. 862-872.
  • Ayyagari, Padmaja; Salm, Martin; Sloan, Frank (2007): "The effects of diagnosed dementia on Medicare and Meidcaid program payments". In: Inquiry, 44 (4), pp. .
  • Fang, Hanming; Keane, Michael; Khwaja, Ahmed; Salm, Martin; Silverman, Dan (2007): "Testing the mechanisms of structural models: The case of the Mickey Mantle effect". In: American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings), 97 (2), pp. 53-59.
  • Salm, Martin; Belsky, Daniel; Sloan, Frank (2006): "Trends in costs of major eye diseases to Medicare, 1991-2000". In: American Journal of Ophthalmology, 142 (6), pp. 976-982.
  • Khwaja, Ahmed; Sloan, Frank; Salm, Martin (2006): "Evidence on preferences and subjective beliefs of risk takers: The case of smokers". In: International Journal of Industrial Organization, 24 (4), pp. 667-682.
Arbeitspapier/Diskussionspapier Dissertationen
  • Salm, Martin (2006): Essays on health and household finances, Duke University, Durham, USA

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