Putting a price on popularity: Evidence from superstars in the National Basketball Association
The impact of policy timing on the spread of COVID-19
The political economy of COVID-19
Higher sugar-sweetened beverage retail prices after taxation in Oakland and San Francisco
Willingness to pay vs. willingness to vote: consumer and voter avoidance of genetically modified foods
Recycling policies, behavior and convenience: Survey evidence from the CalRecycle program
(with Peter Berck, Gabriel Englander, Samantha Gold, Shelley He, Janet Horsager, Molly Sears, Andrew Stevens, Carly Trachtman, Rebecca Taylor, and Sofia B. Villas Boas). Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 43(2), 641-58 (2020). Link Here.
What can the literature on technology adoption teach us about autonomous vehicles?
Soda wars: The effect of a soda tax election on university beverage sales
The political economy of labeling
Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications*
Selected Conference Publications
The economic value of superstars: Evidence from secondary marketplace and television ratings data from the National Basketball Association
Accepted Paper at the 13th Annual MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, March 1-2, 2019. Conference Version Here. Winner of Best Poster Award. [press: Outside the Lines (interview below), MIT Sloan Management Review, Business Insider, NBC Sports, The Action Network]
Preferences for GMOs: Do purchasing patterns differ from voting behavior?
Lessons from Berkeley's sugar-sweetened beverage election and tax
Did Zion's 'shoe explosion' actually impact Nike's value?
Fansided: Nylon Calculus (2019). Link Here.
The cost of delaying approval of Golden Rice
The political economy of biofuel
An overview of California's agricultural adaptation to climate change
*Graduate school and beyond only. See my CV for a full list of peer-reviewed and media publications.