Pinka Chatterji, PhD
Dr. Chatterji is a health economist whose primary research interest is the economic analysis of mental illness and substance abuse, health disparities, maternal an child health.
- Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University at Albany-SUNY, Albany, NY
- Faculty Research Fellow, Health Economics Program, National Bureau of Economic Research
- PhD, 1998, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health
- Ciecierski, C., Chatterji, P., Chaloupka, F.J., & Wechsler, H. (2011). Do state expenditures on tobacco control programs decrease use of tobacco products among young adults? Health Economics, 20(3), 253-72. doi:10.1002/hec.1583
- Chatterji, P. & Meara, E. Consequences of eliminating federal disability benefits for substance abusers. (2010). Journal of Health Economics, 29,(2), 226—240.
- Caffray, C. & Chatterji, P. (2009). Developing and implementing an Internet-based survey to collect program cost data. Evaluation and Program Planning, 32(1), 62-73.
- Chatterji, P., Alegria, M. & Takeuchi, D. (2009). Racial/ethnic differences in the effects of psychiatric disorders on employment. Atlantic Economic Journal, 37(3), 243-257.
- Chatterji, P., Caffray, C. M., Crowe, M., Freeman, L., & Jensen, P. (2004). Cost assessment of a school-based mental health screening and treatment program in New York City. Mental Health Services Research, 6, 155-166.