Health and Retirement Study
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 PublicationsLeininger, L. and Levy H.. Child Health and Access to Medical Care. The Future of Children, 25(1):65-90 
Hirth, Richard A., Teresa B. Gibson, Helen G. Levy, Jeffrey A. Smith, Sebastian Calónico, and Anup Das. New Evidence on the Persistence of Health Spending. Medical Care Research and Review: 1077558715572387 
Levy, Helen, Alexander T. Janke, and Kenneth M. Langa. Health Literacy and the Digital Divide Among Older Americans. Journal of General Internal Medicine: 1-6 
Mahmoudi, Elham, and Helen G. Levy. How Did Medicare Part D Affect Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Drug Coverage?. Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 
Nicholas Bagley and Helen Levy. Essential Health Benefits and the Affordable Care Act: Law and Process. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 29(2):441-465