Below are some recent scholarly papers (with links where possible). To access my Google Scholar page, click here.


“Herd Immunity at What Price? Using Auctions to Estimate what University Students Must be Paid to Get the Flu Vaccine.” Preventive Medicine Reports.

“Estimating the Price Elasticity of Demand for JUUL E-cigarettes among Teens.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence


“Which smokers adopt e-cigarettes and at what price? An experimental estimation of price elasticity of demand and factors correlated with e-cigarette adoption.” Addictive Behaviors


“Students’ grade expectations in principles of economics courses: How do they vary throughout the semester and what’s the impact of feedback?” Journal of Business, Economics, and Technology


“Does participating in an experimental auction induce behavior change post-study? An application to e-cigarettes?”  Journal of Economics Behavior and Organization

How much is social media worth? Estimating the value of Facebook by paying users to stop using it.”  PLOS One

“Using Show Tunes to Teach about Free (and not-so-Free) Markets.” Journal of Private Enterprise Education

“Setting up your Undergraduate Economics Course to Use Monetary Incentives.”  Perspectives on Economics Education Research


“Effect of brand and advertising medium on demand for e-cigarettes: Evidence from an experimental auction.”  Preventive Medicine Reports

“Economic Lessons from the Musical Hamilton.” Journal of Economics Teaching