2017-18 Health Economics Fellow
Molly Schnell’s research lies at the intersection of health economics and industrial organization. Much of her work examines the provision of pharmaceuticals in the United States, with a focus on how market forces, occupational licensing, and training influence the prescribing practices of medical providers. She has also studied how new health care delivery mechanisms and changes in physician reimbursement influence access to and use of primary care.
Schnell is a PhD candidate in economics at Princeton University. She received her BA in economics, BA in statistics, and BS in mathematics from the University of Chicago in 2011.