Peer-Reviewed Academic Journal Publications

"Should The U.S. Government Issue Floating Rate Notes?", with Urban Jermann, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Revise and Resubmit

Peer-Reviewed Practitioner Journal Publications

"Liquid Alternative Mutual Funds Versus Hedge Funds: Returns, Risk Factors and Diversification", Journal of Alternative Investments, Summer 2019. Coverage: BarclayHedge

"Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Charitable Trust Performance and Factor Attribution", with Matthew Olson, Journal of Retirement, Summer 2018. Coverage: MarketWatchBloomberg, The Huffington PostYahoo! Finance, ETF.comThe Globe and Mail, The WeekKiplinger, The Daily Pennsylvanian,, National Affairs, Index Fund Advisors

Work in Progress:

“The ‘Amazon Effect’ on Inflation and the Labor Market: Evidence From State Amazon Taxes As A Natural Experiment”, with Kyle Kost and Liangjie Wu

“Portfolio Rebalancing and the Treasury Market Month-End Effect”, with Krista Schwarz

“The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and Investment: Evidence From Changes In Tax-Adjusted Q”

"Estimating The Effective Lower Bound For Nominal Interest Rates: Evidence From Storage and Transaction Costs"

“Bounded Rationality And Prices Over Time: Evidence From ‘The Price Is Right’ As A Natural Experiment From 1977-2018” Conversation with Daniel Kahneman on “Bounded Rationality Over Time”


"Statistically Measuring 2016 Presidential Candidate Electability: Evidence From Prediction Markets", (with Kevin A. Hassett)

Coverage: The Washington PostMarginal Revolution

"Health Care Stocks and The Affordable Care Act: Evidence From NFIB v. Sebelius and King v. Burwell".

            (SSRN) (Becker Friedman Institute Working Paper) Coverage: Marginal Revolution

"The Mortgage Interest Tax Deduction and the Great Recession"

            (Working Paper)

"Health and the Savings of Insured Versus Uninsured Households in the U.S.", (with Maude Toussaint-Comeau)

            (Chicago Fed Working Paper), Presented at ASHE, Midwest Finance Association Annual Meetings

Tools: (Documentation: "Monetary Policy Rules In The 21st Century")

            Coverage: Greg Mankiw's Blog, National Review


Sports Analytics

"Going For Two: Optimizing Between Extra Points and Two Point Conversions In The NFL"

 (SSRN) (Working Paper) Coverage: Marginal Revolution, National Affairs

"Overconfidence In Professional Sports Draft Valuation: Evidence From The NBA, NFL and NHL"

"Taxation and the Mobility of Professional Athletes in the U.S."

Ben Bernanke

Ben Bernanke

IMF Panel on "Chicagonomics" with Lanny Ebenstein, David Mitch and Pedro Da Costa

IMF Panel on "Chicagonomics" with Lanny Ebenstein, David Mitch and Pedro Da Costa

Richard Posner

Richard Posner