Dr. Miller is an economist who specializes in industrial organization. In terms of supply chain issues, His research interests include understanding the way market competition, consumer preferences, and government policies combine to determine the prices and supplies of goods and services around the country.

He is also an expert in the economics of health care. He has recently completed a longitudinal study of Medicare Advantage plans and beneficiaries funded in part by the National Institutes of Health to understand how plan benefits vary around the country.

Finally, he can comment on the economics of the cannabis industry. He has conducted a number of studies examining the impact of cannabis legalization on traffic safety, alcohol consumption, tax revenues, cross-border shopping, the illegal market, and more. Dr. Miller's work has been cited by state and federal policymakers as they adapt to the changing landscape of the cannabis industry.

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Early evidence on recreational marijuana legalization and traffic fatalities

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Federalism, Partial Prohibition, and Cross Border Sales: Evidence from Recreational Marijuana

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The taxation of recreational marijuana: Evidence from Washington state

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2017

Do private medicare firms have lower costs

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Optimal managed competition subsidies

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2019

Tax revenues when substances substitute: Marijuana, alcohol, and tobacco

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2018

Taxing the potency of sin goods: Evidence from recreational cannabis and liquor markets

10

2020

The Substitutability of Recreational Substances: Marijuana, Alcohol, and Tobacco

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2018

Auditing and Enforcement in the Recreational Marijuana Industry

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2018

Vertical integration and production inefficiency in the presence of a gross receipts tax

4

2021

Governance structure and exit: Evidence from California hospitals

4

2018

The effect of cannabis legalization on substance demand and tax revenues

3

2021

The effect of cannabis legalization on substance demand and optimal taxes

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2018

In search of peace and quiet: The heterogeneous impacts of short-term rentals on housing prices

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2021

Getting into the Weeds of Tax Invariance?

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2020

Sharing the sacrifice, minimizing the pain: Optimal wage reductions

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2020

Environmentalism, Stimulus, And Inequality Reduction Through Industrial Policy: Did Cash For Clunkers Achieve The Trifecta?

2

2020

The Legal Market for Marijuana: Evidence on Tax Incidence, and the Elasticity of Demand from Washington State

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2017

Stimulus, environmentalism, and inequality reduction through industrial policy: Did cash for clunkers achieve the trifecta

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The taxation of recreational marijuana: Evidence from a reform in Washington State

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2017

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