(also available on
"The Harder the Task, the Higher the
Score: Findings of
with Hillary Morgan (forthcoming in Economic Inquiry)
"Influences on Sponsorship
Deals in NASCAR: Indirect Evidence from Time on Camera"
Craig Depken and
Peter A. Groothuis (forthcoming in Applied Economics
Field Advantage Driven by the Fans? Evidence from Across
with Anne Anders (forthcoming in Applied
Gymnasts, Judges, and Bilateral Trade Agreements"
with Brian P Callahan
and Sean Mulholland
"Real Options Applied to Consumer Goods: A
Look at Final Four Ticket Pricing"
with Jason Berkowitz (Under
Review)"(Not Finding a) Sequential Order
Bias in Elite Level Gymnastics"
"The Impact of the NHL Lockout on County
Employment" with John Jasina (Under Review)
"Are Big-Time Sports a Threat to Student Achievement? Another Look at the
Differences between Men and Women" with Rey Hernandez-Julian (Under
in the Game: The Case of Major League Baseball" with
Peter A. Groothuis and Mark Strazicich (Under Review)
"Price-Increasing Competition: Evidence from Higher
Education" with Angela K. Dills (Under Review)
"Economic Growth and Obesity:
Findings of an Obesity Kuznets Curve"
with Anca Cotet (Under Review)
"Surveying the Literature and People: The Economic Impact of Sports Teams
and Civic Pride" with Pete Groothuis (Under Review)
"Discrete Utility Jumps:
The Value of Money in the Hand"
Interviews, and Other Articles:
A letter to Students
The Liberty Fund
Hall E-Journals AIER
Sports Law Blog
Marginal Revolution EconTalk
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