"Much Ado about Nothing? New Evidence on the Effects of Payday
Lending on Military Members"
2017. Review of Economics and Statistics,
99 (4): 606-621. (with William Skimmyhorn)
Impact of Computer Usage on Academic Performance: Evidence from a Randomized
Trial at the United States Military Academy”
2017. Economics of Education Review,
56: 118-132. (with Kyle Greenberg and Michael S. Walker)
Attention: New York Times; Brookings Institution; Washington Post; NPR
“Who Will Fight – The All-Volunteer Army after 9/11” 2017. American
Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings.
107 (5): 415-419. (with Alexander A. Smith and Carl Wojtaszek)
Loan and Pawnshop Usage: The Impact of Allowing Payday Loan Rollovers”
2015. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 49:
of Unemployment Compensation Trends for Exiting U.S. Army Soldiers”
2015. The Supply Chain for Middle-Skill
Jobs: Education, Training, and Certification Pathways at the National
Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. (with Brian Miller)
“Pawnshops, Behavioral Economics, and Self-Regulation” 2012-2013. Review of
Banking and Financial Law 32 (1).
Boston University Law School. (with Paige Marta Skiba)
“Balancing Act: New Evidence
and a Discussion of the Theory on the Rationality and Behavioral Anomalies of
Choice in Credit Markets” Research
Handbook in Behavioral Law and Economics, eds, Joshua C. Teitelbaum and
Kathryn Zeiler, Edward Elgar Publishing. (with Marieke Bos and Paige Marta
Skiba). Updated Publication Date: March
2018 (original submission 2013)
“Pecuniary Mistakes? Payday Borrowing by Credit Union Members” 2011. Olivia S. Mitchell and Annamaria Lusardi, eds., Financial
Literacy: Implications for Retirement Security and the Financial Marketplace.
Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. (with Paige Marta Skiba and Jeremy
Papers (models complete with working drafts)
Big Decisions: The Impact of Moves on Marriage among U.S. Army Personnel”
with Abigail Wozniak.
“Who’s the Boss? The Effect of Strong
Leadership on Employee Turnover”
with Whitney Dudley, David Lyle, and John Smith. NBER Working Paper No. 22282.
“Time to Repay or Time to Delay? The Effect of Having
More Time Before a Payday Loan is Due” with Kuan Liu, Paige Marta Skiba, and