Working Papers

Incorporating Administrative Data in Survey Weights for the Basic Monthly Current Population Survey (with Jonathan Eggleston, Yarissa Gonzalez, Tim Trudell, and John Voorheis).
Center for Economic Studies Working Paper #CES-24-02.

The Impact of Criminal Financial Sanctions: A Multi-State Analysis of Survey and Administrative Data (with Keith Finlay, Matthew Gross, Elizabeth Luh and Michael Mueller-Smith).
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper #31581.
Subsumes two prior working papers circulated as Criminal Court Fees, Earnings, and Expenditures: A Multi-State RD Analysis of Survey and Adminstrative Data (with Elizabeth Luh and Michael Mueller-Smith) and The Impact of Financial Sanctions: Regression Discontinuity Evidence from Driver Responsibility Programs in Michigan and Texas (by Keith Finlay, Matthew Gross, Michael Mueller-Smith, and Elizabeth Luh).


Variation in Racial Disparities in Police Use of Force.
Journal of Urban Economics (Accepted).
Working paper versions: Preprint, May 2022, Princeton Industrial Relations Section Working Paper #639.

Visual Inference and Graphical Representation in Regression Discontinuity Designs (with Christina Korting, Jordan Matsudaira, Zhuan Pei, and Yi Shen).
Quarterly Journal of Economics (2023).
Working paper versions: arXiv:2112.03096, IZA Discussion Paper #14923, Princeton Industrial Relations Section Working Paper #638.

Death, Bereavement, and Creativity (with Kathryn Graddy).
Management Science (2018).
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