“The Role of Rebates in Public Support for Carbon Taxes” with Matto Mildenberger, Mark Paul, and Isabelle Stadelmann-Steffen. Environmental Research Letters, 2022. (Data & programs)
“Neoliberalism and Climate Change: How the Free-Market Myth Has Prevented Climate Action” with Mark Paul. Ecological Economics, 2022.
“Opening the Farm Gate to Women? Sustainable Agriculture in the United States” with Mark Paul. Journal of Economics Issues, 2020. (PERI working paper 422)
“Climate Change, Innovation, and Economic Growth: The Contributions of William Nordhaus and Paul Romer” with Luke Petach and Daniele Tavani. Review of Political Economy, 2019. (accepted manuscript)
“Work Hours and CO2 Emissions: Evidence from U.S. Households” with Mark Paul and Anthony Underwood. Review of Political Economy, 2019. (accepted manuscript, data & programs)
“Does Sharing Backfire? A Decomposition of Household and Urban Economies in CO2 Emissions” with Anthony Underwood. Energy Policy, 2018.
“Is There a Future for Sharing? A Comparison of Traditional and New Institutions.” Journal of Institutional Economics, 2018. (accepted manuscript)
“Environmental Benefits of Sharing: Household and Urban Economics in CO2 Emissions” with Anthony Underwood and Sammy Zahran. Ecological Economics, 2018. (Dickinson College working paper)
“Does Craigslist Reduce Waste? Evidence from California and Florida.” Ecological Economics, 2017. (accepted manuscript)
“Sticky Norms, Endogenous Preferences, and Shareable Goods.” Review of Social Economy, 2016. (UMass working paper)
“Game Theory and Climate Diplomacy” with Stephen DeCanio. Ecological Economics, 2013.
“Economic Feasibility of the Path to Zero Net Carbon Emissions” with Stephen DeCanio. Energy Policy, 2011. (E3 working paper)
“Transcending Neoliberalism: How the Free-Market Myth Has Prevented Climate Action” with Mark Paul. The Roosevelt Institute, 2019.
“Decarbonizing the US Economy: Pathways Toward a Green New Deal” with Mark Paul and J.W. Mason. The Roosevelt Institute, 2019.
“Disrupting the Dirty Economy: A Progressive Case for a Carbon Dividend” with Mark Paul. People’s Policy Project, 2018.