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Quinlan School of Business

Faculty

Timothy Classen

Title/s: Associate Professor

Office #: Maguire 548

Phone: 312.915.6184

E-mail: tclass1@LUC.edu

External Webpage: http://homepages.luc.edu/~tclass1/

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Publications

Refereed Articles 

Classen, T. J. & Dunn, R. A. "The effect of job loss and unemployment duration on suicide risk in the United States: a new look using mass-layoffs and unemployment duration." Health Economics, 21 (3), 338-350 (2012).

Classen, T. J. "Changes Over Time in the Relationship of Obesity to Education Accumulation." Eastern Economic Journal (2011).

Classen, T. J. & Dunn, R. A. "Suicide, social integration and fertility rates." Applied Economics Letters, 18 (11), 1011-1014 (2011).

Classen, Timothy. , "Measures of the intergenerational transmission of body mass index between mothers and their children in the United States, 19812004." Economics and Human Biology, 8. 1 (2010). 30-43.  

Classen, Timothy. , "The Politics of Hope and Despair: The Effect of Presidential Election Outcomes on Suicide Rates." Social Science Quarterly (2009).  

Classen, Timothy. & Hokayem, C. "Childhood Influences on Youth Obesity." Economics and Human Biology, 3. 2 (2005). 165-187.  

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

Classen, T. & Helmchen, L. (2011, July). Local Matching Markets and Risky Adolescent Behaviors and Attributes. 8th World Congress of the International Health Economics Association, Toronto, Canada.

Classen, Timothy. (2007). "The Role of Weight Status in Intergenerational Correlations of Education." 6th    World Congress of International Health Economics Association, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Chyi, H., Classen, T., & Ozturk, O. (2010, June). Obesity and SNAP: Does Anyone 'Gain' From Food Stamp Program Participation?American Society of Health Economists, Ithaca, New York.

Classen, Timothy. (2009, June). "The Effect of Relative Weight Status on Education Accumulation." AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

Classen, Timothy. (2008). "Changes over time in the relationship of obesity to education accumulation." American Society of Health Economists, Durham, North Carolina.

Classen, Timothy. (2006). "Measures of the Intergenerational Transmission of Body Mass Index." American Society of Health Economists Conference, Madison, Wisconsin.

Classen, Timothy, and R. Dunn. (2009, November). "The Effect of Job Loss and Unemployment Duration on Suicide Risk in the United States: a New Look Using Mass-Layoffs and Unemployment Insurance Claims." Southern Economic Association, Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

Classen, Timothy, O. Ozturk, and H. Chyi. (2009, March). "Selection Bias in the Relationship of Food Stamp Program Participation to Obesity." Annual Meetings of the Midwest Economics Association, Cleveland, Ohio.

Classen, Timothy. (2006, October). "Intergenerational Obesity Transmission and Correlations of Human Capital Accumulation."University of Illinois-Chicago, Health Economics Workshop, Chicago, Illinois.

Classen, Timothy. (2005). "Measures of the Intergenerational Transmission of Body Mass Index." UW-Madison Public Economics workshop, Madison, Wisconsin.

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