- Benjamin N. Ward Professor of Economics and Department Chair.
- The distributional preferences of an elite (with Ray Fisman, Boston University, Pam Jakiela, University of Maryland, and Daniel Markovits, Yale Law School). Science, September 2015, 349(6254), pp. 1300.
- How Did the Great Recession Impact Social Preferences? (with Ray Fisman, Columbia B-School, and Pam Jakiela, University of Maryland). Journal of Public Economics. August 2015, 128, pp. 84–95.
- Networks in the laboratory (with Syngjoo Choi, UCL, and Edoardo Gallo, University of Cambridge). Forthcoming, Oxford Handbook on the Economics of Networks, edited by Yann Bramoullé, Andrea Galeotti and Brian Rogers.
- Harnessing Naturally Occurring Data to Measure the Response of Spending to Income (with Michael Gelman, University of Michigan, Matthew Shapiro, University of Michigan, Dan Silverman, Arizona State University, and Steven Tadelis, UC Berkeley). Science, July 2014, 345(6193) pp. 212-215.
- Estimating Ambiguity Aversion in a Portfolio Choice Experiment (with David Ahn, Berkeley, Syngjoo Choi, UCL, and Douglas Gale, NYU). Quantitative Economics, July 2014, 5(2), pp. 195–223.
Recent working papers
- How Individuals Smooth Spending: Evidence from the 2013 Government Shutdown Using Account Data (with Michael Gelman, University of Michigan, Matthew Shapiro, University of Michigan, Dan Silverman, Arizona State University, and Steven Tadelis, UC Berkeley). Version: Mar 5, 2015.
- Character and Candidates: A View from Decision Theory? (with Bill Zame, UCLA). Version: Oct 25, 2014.