Anne Royalty, PhD
Anne Royalty is the principal investigator on a SHARE-funded project researching how the ACA is affecting labor markets and how states could make policy changes to improve job-related outcomes. The project will model various insurance offerings as a function of state policies and other factors.
Royalty is a professor and researcher at Indiana University. Professor Royalty’s research focuses on health economics and she teaches Ph.D. courses in health economics. Her area of special interest is health insurance and health care cost growth specifically addressing four closely related areas: the effect of employer-provided health insurance on labor market outcomes; offering and take-up of employer health insurance coverage; assessments of how well insurance is working for various populations; and health care cost growth.
Additional Professional Roles
Professor Royalty’s work on health insurance and labor market outcomes grew naturally out of her background in labor economics in combination with an interest in the many implications of the strong link between employment and health insurance in the U.S. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University.