Atul Gupta is an Assistant Professor in the department of Health Care Management at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He joined Wharton in 2017 from Stanford University, where he received his PhD in Economics. His research interests are in Applied Microeconomics, Health Care, Public Finance and Industrial Organization. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Leonard Davis Institute for Health Economics.
His current research examines various determinants of productivity in US health care including performance pay for providers, local regulation, the expansion of public insurance programs and the growing role of managed care therein.
Prior to Stanford, Atul received his MBA at the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, India and worked as a management consultant at The Boston Consulting Group for several years.
- Ph.D., Economics (expected), Stanford University, 2018
- MBA, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 2007
- B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Mumbai, 2005
Assistant Professor, Health Care Management
Health Care Management
Health Care, Public Finance, Industrial Organization
Liran Einav, Amy Finkelstein, Atul Gupta (2017). Is American pet care (also) uniquely ineffecient?, American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 107(5), 491-495.
Atul Gupta. Impacts of using performance pay for hospitals: The Readmissions Reduction Program , Working Paper.
Mark Duggan, Atul Gupta, Emilie Jackson. Estimating effects of public insurance expansion for adults: Evidence from California hospitals, Working Paper.