Uninsured: Determining Causes across the Nation
Louis Johnston, Economics
Millions of people in the United States do not have health insurance. The number of these uninsured varies dramatically from state to state, and across demographic characteristics such as age, sex, and income. These characteristics are indicative of ones status of whether or not they are insured. The paper identifies the most significant causes of being uninsured and analyzes why some states are not as significantly affected by the problem.
Westlund, Kristin, "Uninsured: Determining Causes across the Nation" (2004). Honors Theses. 393.
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