Revised: Taxing Hidden Wealth: The Consequences of U.S. Enforcement Initiatives for Evasive Foreign Accounts, with Niels Johannesen, Patrick Langetieg, Max Risch, and Joel Slemrod. Online Appendix. Revised and Resubmitted, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.
Optimal Defaults with Normative Ambiguity, with Jacob Goldin.
Winner: International Institute of Public Finance Young Economists Award, 2018.
Who Sold During the Crash of 2008-9? Evidence from Tax Return Data on Daily Sales of Stock, with Jeffrey Hoopes, Stefan Nagel, Patrick Langetieg, Joel Slemrod, and Bryan Stuart.
Read more here: Bloomberg, The Atlantic, Fortune, Time, The Independent
Diminishing Marginal Utility Revisited, with Miles Kimball, Fumio Ohtake, Yoshiro Tsutsui, and Fudong Zhang.
Revealed Preference Analysis with Framing Effects, with Jacob Goldin. Online Appendix. Accepted, Journal of Political Economy.
*Note: This work was previously circulated under "Preference Identification Under Inconsistent Choice."
Do Lower Minimum Wages for Young Workers Raise their Employment? Evidence from a Danish Discontinuity, with Claus Kreiner and Peer Skov. Accepted, Review of Economics and Statistics.
Read more here: Marginal Revolution
Taxpayer Search for Information: Implications for Rational Attention, with Jeffrey Hoopes and Joel Slemrod. 2015. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 7 (3): 177-208.
Read more here: AEA website
Does Credit-Card Information Reporting Improve Small-Business Tax Compliance? with Joel Slemrod, Brett Collins, Jeffrey Hoopes, and Michael Sebastiani. 2017. Journal of Public Economics, 149: 1-19.
Rationalizations and Mistakes: Optimal Policy with Normative Ambiguity, with Jacob Goldin. 2018. American Economic Association Papers and Proceedings, 148: 98-102.
In 2014, Emily Clader and I taught a workshop on mathematics and creative writing at 826Michigan. Our lesson plan was published as "Infinite Recess" in 826National's STEM to Story: Enthralling and Effective Lesson Plans for Grades 5-8. Read more about it at poets.org.