Research and Projects
Dr. Levy's research interests include the areas of health economics, public finance and labor economics. Her most recent work explores the financial consequences of poor health for households without health insurance and the determinants of men's and women's occupation choices.
Selected Recent Publications
Sonnega, A., Robinson, K., & Levy, H. (in press). Home and community-based service and other senior service use: Prevalence and characteristics in a national sample. Home Health Care Services Quarterly.
Levy, H., & Janke, A. (2016). Health literacy and access to care. Journal of Health Communication, 21(sup1), 43-50.
Levy, H. (2015). Income, poverty, and material hardship among older Americans. RSF.
Levy, H. (2015). Assessing the need for a new household panel study: Health insurance and health care. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 40(1-4), 341-356.
Levy, H., Janke, A. T., & Langa, K. M. (2015). Health literacy and the digital divide among older Americans. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 30(3), 284-289.
Levy, H., Ubel, P. A., Dillard, A. J., Weir, D. R., & Fagerlin, A. (2014). Health numeracy: the importance of domain in assessing numeracy. Medical Decision Making, 34(1), 107-115.