Tiphanie Magne is graduating with a PhD in Economics from the University of Delaware. Her dissertation investigates the impacts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) mandates, notably the advanced premium tax credits and Medicaid expansion, on labor supply and health outcomes.
Her research interests span from microeconomics to health and labor economics. She is passionate about using data analysis and statistical tools to evaluate the impacts of public policies on income inequality, employment, health disparities, and substance abuse.
Tiphanie moved from France to the U.S. in 2013 to pursue a joint master and doctorate degrees in partnership with the GATE Lab of the University of Lyon. Her Master's thesis has won the Sally Latham Graduate Research Award. Tiphanie is a member of the Omicron Delta Epsilon, an international honor society in the field of Economics.
Tiphanie has taught diverse groups of students from freshmen to seniors for five years in Principles of Microeconomics, Development Economics, and Introduction to Statistical Methods. Moreover, she served as a Teaching Assistant for Intermediate Microeconomics and Money and Banking courses. She also mentored international students at the English Language Institute (ELI) of the University of Delaware.
Magne, T. (2019). The Effects of the Affordable Care Act Advance Premium Tax Credits on Household Labor Supply.
“The Coverage Gap in Medicaid Non-Expansion States and its Labor Supply Effects.”
“The Impacts of Medicaid Expansion and Medical Marijuana Laws on Opioid Use Disorders and Related Deaths.”
“Wages Determinants in Tanzania: Evidence from a Quantile Regression Analysis.”