Associate Professor of Health Policy and Administration
504T Donald H. Ford Building
The Pennsylania State University
University Park PA 16802
B.A., 1990, Economics, Ursinus College
Ph.D., 1997, Economics, Pennsylvania State University
Health economics, econometrics
The economic impact of cancer; vulnerable populations; causal inference.
Moran, J., & Short, P.F. (forthcoming) “Does Cancer Reduce Labor Market Entry? Evidence for Prime-Age Females,” Medical Care Research and Review 71, 224-241.
Moran, J., & Scanlon D. (2013) "Slow Progress On Meeting Hospital Safety Standards: Learning From The Leapfrog Group's Efforts" Health Affairs 32, 27-35
Punekar, R., Short, P.F., & Moran, J. (2012) "Use of Psychotropic Medications by U.S. Cancer Survivors," Psycho-Oncology 21: 1237-1243
Hollenbeak, C., Short, P.F., & Moran, J. (2011) "The Implications of Cancer Survivorship for Spousal Employment." Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 5: 226-234
Moran, J., Short, P.F., & Hollenbeak, C. (2011) “Long-Term Employment Effects of Surviving Cancer.” Journal of Health Economics, 30: 505-514
Short, P.F., Moran, J., & Punekar, R. (2011) “Medical Expenditures of Adult Cancer Survivors under Age 65 in the U.S.” Cancer, 117: 2791-2800.
Cawley, J., Moran, J., & Simon, K. (2010) “The Impact of Income on the Weight of Elderly Americans.” Health Economics, 19: 979–993.
Tunceli, K., Short, P.F., Moran, J., & Tunceli, O. (2009) “Cancer Survivorship, Health Insurance, and Employment Transitions among Older Workers.” Inquiry, 46:17-32.
Short, P.F., Vasey, J., & Moran, J. (2008) Long-Term Effects of Cancer Survivorship on the Employment of Older Workers. Health Services Research, 43(1, Part 1):193-210.
Kanter, R.K., & Moran, J. (2007) Hospital Emergency Surge Capacity: An Empirical New York Statewide Study. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 50:314-319.
John Moran vitae
- Domains of Health and Behavior
- Health Care Systems