Lindsey Eldred Kozecke
Research Scholar, Senior

Lindsey Eldred Kozecke is a Research Scholar at Duke University. She first joined Duke in 2005, shortly after earning her law degree from Benjamin Cardozo School of Law. She began her research at Duke in the Center for Health Policy (now known as the Global Health Institute), and joined the Department of Economics in 2009. Ms. Eldred Kozecke focuses her research on the intersection of health and the law. Her current research focuses on substance use and misuse, treatment courts, and legal levers used to prevent child maltreatment. She has also worked on medical malpractice, co-authoring a book on the subject published by MIT Press. Along with PI Frank Sloan, she designed a three wave survey of drinking and driving behaviors and surveyed 1600 individuals in eight U.S. cities. This survey has resulted in the publication of several peer-reviewed papers. Along with her research responsibilities, Ms. Kozecke holds other professional positions. She is currently the managing editor of the American Journal of Health Economics. She is also licensed to practice law in both New York and North Carolina.

Current Research Interests

Specialty treatment courts, child maltreatment, intergenerational effects of the criminal justice system

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