David Slusky

David Slusky is an economist who studies how changes in public policy and environmental exposure affect health outcomes. His research has shown that women’s health clinic closures reduce preventive and increase the fertility rate for unmarried women, that Medicaid expansion reduces medical divorce, and that maternal sunlight exposure while in utero reduces asthma rates. He has a bachelors degree in Physics and International Studies from Yale University, and masters and doctoral degrees in Economics from Princeton University.