Frank Limbrock
Frank Limbrock

Research Assistant Professor of Strategy

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Frank Limbrock joined Kellogg in 2010. He is an applied microeconomist whose research focuses on health economics and industrial organization. His recent projects have examined the role of non-pecuniary incentives in prescription drug choice and substitution between branded and generic drugs.

Limbrock holds a PhD in Economics from Yale University, an MSc from the London School of Economics and a Diploma from the University of Cologne.

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Ph.D., 2010, Economics, Yale University
M.Phil, 2006, Economics, Yale University
M.A., 2003, Economics, Yale University
MSc, 2002, Economics, London School of Economics
Diplom, 2003, Economics, University of Cologne

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Research Interests
Health Economics; Industrial Organization; Applied Econometrics

Dafny, Leemore S.David DranoveFrank Limbrock and FionaScott Morton. 2011. Data Impediments to Empirical Work on Health Insurance Markets. B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. 11(2): Article 8.
Limbrock, Frank. 2011. Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Incentives in Prescription Pharmaceuticals: The Case of Statins. B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. Vol. 11(Issue 2): (Advances) Article 1.
Working Papers
Limbrock, Frank. 2011. Treatment Differences in Cardiac Care: Does Insurance Type Matter?.
Limbrock, Frank. 2011. Branded-Generic Substitution and Copayments in Prescription Pharmaceuticals.

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