Daniel Montanera

Assistant Professor, Institute of Health Administration
Georgia State University
Mailing Address:
Institute of Health Administration
Robinson College of Business
35 Broad Street NW, Suite 805
PO Box 3988
Atlanta, GA 30302-3988

Telephone: (404) 413 - 7640
E-mail: dmontanera1@gsu.edu

Curriculum Vitae


LeCraw, Florence R., Daniel Montanera, Joy P. Jackson, Janice C. Keys, Dale C. Hetzler, and Thomas A. Mroz. 2018. Changes in liability claims, costs, and resolution times following the introduction of a communication-and-resolution program in Tennessee. The Journal of Patient Safety and Risk Management 23(1): 13-18. 

Cano-Urbina, Javier and Daniel Montanera. 2017. Do tort reforms impact the incidence of birth by cesarean section? A reassessment. The International Journal of Health Economics and Management 17(1): 103-112. 

Montanera, Daniel. 2016. The importance of negative defensive medicine in the effects of malpractice reform. The European Journal of Health Economics 17(3): 355-369. 

Satyamurthy, Shruthi and Daniel Montanera. 2016. Racial Concentration as a Determinant of Access to Health Care in Georgia. The International Journal of Child Health and Human Development 9(4): 33-44.

Satyamurthy, Shruthi and Daniel Montanera. 2016. Chapter 3: Racial Concentration and Access to Health Care in Georgia. In: Environmental Health Disparities: Costs and Benefits of Breaking the Cycle. Rubin, I. Leslie and Joav Merrick eds. New York: Nova Science.

Cano-Urbina, Javier and Daniel Montanera. 2015. Investigating Defensive Medicine: The Role of Access. Canadian Health Economics Study Group Special Edition Canadian Centre for Health Economics Working Paper Series No. 150012. 

Working Papers

Patient-Level Competitive Bidding and Risk Selection in Health Care Entitlement Programs (coauthored with Abhay N. Mishra, under review)

The Differential Effects of Malpractice Reform: Defensive Medicine in Obstetrics (coauthored with Javier Cano-Urbina, under review)

Effects of an Early Resolution Malpractice Reform on Liability Outcomes (coauthored with Florence R. LeCraw, Joy P. Jackson, Janice C. Keys, Dale C. Hetzler, and Thomas A. Mroz, under review)

Selection-Proof Health Insurance Exchanges

Physician Mobility and the Differential Effects of Defensive Medicine

Works in Progress

Pay-for-Quality or Pay-for-Selection? An Analysis of the Capitation Payment Models in Healthcare (coauthored with Zhaowei She and Turgay Ayer)


Intermediate Microeconomics II (Course Syllabus)

Introduction to the U.S. Health Care System(Course Syllabus)

Health Economics and Financing (Course Syllabus)

Health Economics (Course Syllabus)


American Society of Health Economists (ASHEcon) 

Canadian Economics Association (CEA) 

Canadian Health Economics Association (CHEA) 

Canadian Health Economists' Study Group (CHESG) 

Canadian Public Economics Group (CPEG)

International Health Economics Association (iHEA)

Southern Economics Association (SEA)



Last revised: August 22, 2018