“Requirements of the Undergraduate Economics Major: A Comprehensive Evaluation” with Abigail Hyde and Emily Marshall. (work in progress)
“Is Economics STEM? Process of (Re)classification, Requirements, and Quantitative Rigor” with Emily Marshall. (under review)
“Natural Disasters and Household Debt: Evidence from US Counties” with Daniel Byun, Emily Marshall, and Yanqing Zhao. (under review)
Is economics STEM? Trends in the discipline from 1997 to 2018. 2020. (with Emily Marshall). Journal of Economic Education, 51(2), 167-174.
Work hours and CO2 emissions: Evidence from U.S. households. 2019. (with Anders Fremstad and Mark Paul) . Review of Political Economy, 31(1), 42-59.
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, 50(1), 17-32.
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.