Socio-Demographic Factors Associated with Self-Protecting Behavior during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Journal of Population Economics, April 2021.


Who Protests, What Do They Protest, and Why? April 2022, NBER Working Paper No. 29987.

The Marginal Labor Supply Disincentives of Welfare: Evidence from Administrative Barriers to Participation. January 2022, NBER Working Paper No. 26028.

  • with Robert A. Moffitt

  • Resubmitted to the Journal of Political Economy


The Costs of Choice in Health Insurance Markets

Do Hospital Mergers Make Patients Less Safe?


Do Hospital Mergers Make Patients Less Safe?

  • with Michael Darden and Zenon Zabinski

  • $20,000 grant from the Hopkins Business of Health Initiative

Who Protests, What Do They Protest, and Why?


Modeling to Inform Economy-Wide Pandemic Policy: Bringing Epidemiologists and Economists Together. Forthcoming perspective at Health Economics.

Behavior During a Pandemic with Emma Kalish and Nicholas W. Papageorge. IZA World of Labor, July 2020.


Asymmetry in the Business Cycle: Friedman's Plucking Model with Correlation Innovations, Tara M. Sinclair. Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics, 2010.

Consumption and Portfolio Choice Over the Life Cycle, João F. Cocco, Francisco J. Gomes, and Pascal J. Maenhout. The Review of Financial Studies, 2005.

Why are the Beveridge-Nelson and Unobserved-Components Decomposition of GDP so Different? James C. Morley, Charles R. Nelson, and Eric Zivot. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 2003.