Adam Bloomfield is a doctoral student at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. His research includes empirical questions regarding social insurance and risk, labor market behavior, and organizational economics, particularly related to health care markets. A current strand of research focuses on the relationship between health insurance, labor market behavior, and firm structure. Another research project evaluates the effect of unemployment insurance generosity on labor market outcomes. A third area of research investigates the effect of natural hazards on risk preferences, social insurance program participation, and health outcomes. Prior to his doctoral studies, Adam worked in health economics research at the Lewin Group and prior to that he worked in finance. He graduated with a B.S. from Duke University where he studied decision theory.