Northwestern University  
LEE LOCKWOOD
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

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CONTACT

2016-17 academic year:
Visiting Fellow at SIEPR
(SIEPR profile page)

Mailing address:
Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)
Stanford University
366 Galvez Street
Stanford, CA 94305-6015

Phone: 847-491-4416
E-mail: lee.lockwood@northwestern.edu

ABOUT

Lee Lockwood is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Northwestern University Department of Economics and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). His main research fields are public finance and labor economics, with a special interest in the effects of government social insurance programs on behavior and welfare.

Professor Lockwood holds a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago and a BS in industrial engineering and economics from Northwestern. Before joining Northwestern as an assistant professor, he held a post-doctoral fellowship in Health and Aging at the NBER in Cambridge, MA. He is spending the 2016-17 academic year on sabbatical from Northwestern as a Visiting Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research.



CURRICULUM VITAE



RESEARCH

Working Papers

Incidental Bequests: Bequest Motives and the Choice to Self-Insure Late-Life Risks
Resubmitted to the American Economic Review
NBER working paper #20745

Government Old-Age Support and Labor Supply: Evidence from the Old Age Assistance Program
With Daniel Fetter
Revise-and-resubmit, American Economic Review
Featured in the NBER Digest and by the Institute for Policy Research
NBER working paper #22132

Targeting with In-Kind Transfers: The Case of Medicaid Home Care
With Ethan Lieber


Publications

Bequest Motives and the Annuity Puzzle
Review of Economic Dynamics, 15(2), April 2012.
Published version (gated)

Controlling Geographic Variations in Health Care: The Role of Private Markets.
With Tomas Philipson, Seth Seabury, Darius Lakdawalla, and Dana Goldman
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Spring 2010.



TEACHING

Faculty Honor Roll, Northwestern Associated Student Government, 2015

Economics 309 - Public Finance (advanced undergraduate)

Economics 436-1 - Theory and Practice of Public Finance (graduate)