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Dave Graham-Squire
Research Associate


Dave is a Research Associate, specializing in statistics and quantitative methods, for the Center for Labor Research and Education. Before joining the Labor Center he worked as a benefits actuary, statistical consultant and peace activist. He received a Master’s degree in Statistics from UC Berkeley in 2003 and spent 3 years collaborating with a number of political and social justice organizations including Procurador de los Derechos Humanos (Guatemala), El Departmento de Planeamiento (Ecuador, Universidad Central), the A.C.L.U. and Peace Action. Dave joined the Labor Center in 2006 and currently provides support to a number of research projects.

Recent Publications

After Millions of Californians Gain Health Coverage under the Affordable Care Act, who will Remain Uninsured?
September 2012, by Laurel Lucia, Ken Jacobs, Miranda Dietz, Dave Graham-Squire, Nadereh Pourat, and Dylan H. Roby for the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

Nine Out of Ten Non-Elderly Californians Will Be Insured When the Affordable Care Act is Fully Implemented
June 2012, by Ken Jacobs, Greg Watson, Gerald F. Kominski, Dylan H. Roby, Dave Graham-Squire, Christina M. Kinane, Daphna Gans, and Jack Needleman for the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

Predicted Exchange Enrollment with Subsidies under the Affordable Care Act: Regional and County Estimates PDF
June 2012, Ken Jacobs, Dave Graham-Squire, Gerald F. Kominski, Dylan H. Roby, Nadereh Pourat, Christina M. Kinane, Greg Watson, Daphna Gans, and Jack Needleman for the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

Predicted Increase in Medi-Cal Enrollment under the Affordable Care Act: Regional and County Estimates PDF
June 2012, Ken Jacobs, Dave Graham-Squire, Gerald F. Kominski, Dylan H. Roby, Nadereh Pourat, Christina M. Kinane, Greg Watson, Daphna Gans, and Jack Needleman for the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

Remaining Uninsured in California under the Affordable Care Act: Regional and County Estimates PDF
June 2012, by Ken Jacobs, Dave Graham-Squire, Gerald F. Kominski, Dylan H. Roby, Nadereh Pourat, Christina M. Kinane, Greg Watson, Daphna Gans, and Jack Needleman for the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

Achieving Equity by Building a Bridge from Eligible to Enrolled PDF
With Daphna Gans, Christina Kinane, Greg Watson, Dylan H. Roby, Jack Needleman, Dave Graham-Squire, Gerald F. Kominski, David Dexter, and Ellen Wu, February 2012.

Newly Insured Californians Would Fall by More than 1 Million under the Affordable Care Act without the Requirement to Purchase Insurance, PDF With Gerald F. Kominski, Dylan H. Roby, Ken Jacobs, Greg Watson, Christina M. Kinane, Daphna Gans, and Jack Needleman, January 2012.

Proposed Regulations Could Limit Access to Affordable Health Coverage for Workers’ Children and Family Members, PDF With Ken Jacobs, Dylan H. Roby, Gerald F. Kominski, Christina M. Kinane, Jack Needleman, Greg Watson, and Daphna Gans, December 2011.

Living Wage Policies and Big-Box Retail: How a Higher Wage Standard Would Impact Walmart Workers and Shoppers, PDF With Ken Jacobs and Stephanie Luce, April 2011.

Eligibility for Medi-Cal and the Health Insurance Exchange in California under the Affordable Care Act, PDF with Ken Jacobs and Laurel Lucia, August 2010.

Federal Health Reform: Impact on California Small Businesses, Their Employees and the Self-Employed, PDF June 2010, with Ken Jacobs and Laurel Lucia, June 2010.

A Green Jobs Generator: AB 32 Won't Cost The State 3 Million Jobs, Despite Claims By Opponents, with Carol Zabin, Op-Ed, Los Angeles Times, April 21, 2010.

The President's Health Reform Proposal: Impact on Access and Affordability in California, with Ken Jacobs, Laurel Tan, Jon Gabel, and Roland McDevitt, February 2010.

Who Benefits from the Proposed Amendment to the Senate Excise Tax on Employer Health Premiums?, with Ken Jacobs, William H. Dow, and Laurel Tan, February 2010.

How would the Senate health bill affect U.S. workers employed at or near part-time?, January 2010.

Californians' Access to Coverage under the Health Reform Proposals, with Ken Jacobs, December 2009.

No Recovery in Sight: Health Coverage for Working-Age Adults in the United States and California, with Ken Jacobs, April 2009.

Secure and Affordable Health Care Act of 2008: Impact on Payroll Costs in California, with Ken Jacobs, January 2008.

Living Wage Policies and Wal-Mart: How a Higher Wage Standard Would Impact Wal-Mart Workers and Shoppers , with Arindrajit Dube, Ken Jacobs and Stephanie Luce, December 2007.

A Small Raise: Jobs, Wages and Healthcare in 2007, with Arindrajit Dube and Ken Jacobs, August 2007.

Health Coverage Proposals in California: Impact on Businesses, with Ken Jacobs and Lucas Ronconi, July 2007.

California Healthcare: Firm Spending and Worker Coverage, with Ken Jacobs and Arindrajit Dube, March 2007.

Where Have All the Wages Gone? with Arindrajit Dube, August 2006.





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