“Is Economics STEM? Trends in the Discipline from 1997 to 2017” with Emily Marshall
“Natural Disasters and Household Debt: Evidence from US Counties” with Daniel Byun, Emily Marshall, and Yanqing Zhao. (work in progress)
Work hours and CO2 emissions: Evidence from U.S. households. 2019. (with Anders Fremstad and Mark Paul) . Forthcoming, Review of Political Economy.
Writing in the discipline and reproducible methods: A process-oriented approach to teaching empirical undergraduate economics research . 2019. (with Emily Marshall). Journal of Economic Education.
Does sharing Backfire? A decomposition of household and urban economies in CO2 emissions. 2018. (with Anders Fremstad). Energy Policy, 123, 404-413.
The environmental impact of sharing: household and urban economies in CO2 emissions. 2018. (with Anders Fremstad and Sammy Zahran). Ecological Economics, 145, 137-147.
The carbon implications of declining household scale economies. 2015. (with Sammy Zahran). Ecological Economics, 116, 182-190.
Evidence that the Accuracy of Self-Reported Lead Emissions Data Improved: A Puzzle and Discussion. 2014. (with Sammy Zahran, Terry Iverson, and Stephan Weiler). Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 49(3): 235-257.
Effect of Natural Disasters on Local Nonprofit Activity. 2014. (with Anita Pena, Sammy Zahran, and Stephan Weiler). Growth and Change, 45(4): 590–610.