The Contribution of High-Skilled Immigrants to Innovation in the United States with Shai Bernstein, Abhisit Jiranaphawiboon, Tim McQuade, and Beatriz Pousada
Charles River Associates Award for Best Paper in Corporate Finance, Western Finance Association Meetings 2019
Draft: December 2022
Draft: December 2022
The Effect of Foreclosures on Homeowners, Tenants, and Landlords with Adam Guren and Rose Tan
Draft: June 2020
Insurance without Commitment: Evidence from ACA Marketplaces with Michael Dickstein, Tim McQuade, and Petra Persson
Draft: March 2021
Draft: October 2017
Spatial Sorting and Inequality with Cecile Gaubert
Annual Review of Economics, 2022
The Gender Earnings Gap in the Gig Economy: Evidence from over a Million Rideshare Drivers with Cody Cook, Jonathan Hall, John List, and Paul Oyer
Review of Economic Studies, The Review of Economic Studies 88.5 2210-2238. 2021
Food Deserts and the Causes of Nutritional Inequality with Hunt Allcott, Jean-Pierre Dubé, Jessie Handbury, Ilya Rahkovsky, and Molly Schnell
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 134(4), 1793-1844. 2019
The Effects of Rent Control Expansion on Tenants, Landlords, and Inequality: Evidence from San Francisco with Tim McQuade and Franklin Qian
American Economic Review, 109(9), 3365-94. 2019
Journal of Political Economy, 127:3: 1063-1117. 2019
Who Pays for Rent Control? Heterogeneous Landlord Response to San Francisco's Rent Control Expansion with Tim McQuade and Franklin Qian
AEA Papers and Proceedings,109: 377–380. 2019
Older Workers and the Gig Economy with Cody Cook and Paul Oyer
AEA Papers and Proceedings, 109: 372–376. 2019
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 9(1): 74-111. 2017.
American Economic Review, 106(3): 479-524. 2016. (Lead article)
Clustering, Spatial Correlations and Randomization Inference with Thomas Barrios, Guido W. Imbens, and Michal Kolesár.
Journal of the American Statistical Association 107(498), 578-591, 2012.
Work in Progress
Who Benefits from Rent Control? The Equilibrium Consequences of San Francisco's Rent Control Expansion with Tim McQuade and Franklin Qian.
Subsumes the structural model analysis from our original paper