"March Madness: NCAA Tournament Participation and College Alcohol Use." (with Dustin White and Ben Cowan). Contemporary Economic Policy, 37(3): 449-461, 2019. [Open Access]
Press Coverage: [Associated Press, The Conversation, Washington Post, Higher Education Center]
"Rivalries in US Professional Soccer." International Journal of Sport Finance, 13(2): 105-118, 2018.
"A case for complements? Location and attendance in Major League Soccer." Applied Economics Letters, 25(7): 442-446, 2018.
"Pundits: The confidence trick: Better confident than right?" (with Ben Smith), Significance, 10(4): 15-18, August 2013.
General Teaching & Pedagogy
"Integrating Discussion and Digital Media to Increase Classroom Interaction." Working paper available at SSRN.
"Improving Student Performance through Loss Aversion" (with Ben Smith, Rebekah Shrader, Dustin White, John Dogbey, Steve Nath, Michael O'Hara, Nan Xu, and Robert Rosenman). Forthcoming at Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology, Accepted September 2019.
"An In-Class Experiment to Teach Marginal Revenue Product Using the Baseball Labor Market and Moneyball." (with Dustin White), Journal of Economics Teaching, 3(1): 115-133, 2018.
2018 Best Paper Award for Journal of Economics Teaching
"Create random assignments: A cloud-based tool to help implement alternative teaching materials." (with Ben Smith), Journal of Economic Education, 49(3): 297, 2018.
“Art of Econ: Incorporating the Arts Through Active Learning Assessments in Principles Courses.” (with Abdullah Al-Bahrani, Kim Holder, and Darshak Patel), Journal of Economics and Finance Education, 15(2): 1-16, Summer 2016.
Teaching with Media
"Adam Ruins Everything, Except Economics." (with James Tierney). Forthcoming at Journal of Economics and Finance Education.
"Teaching Economics Using NBC's Parks and Recreation," (with Kalina Staub). Journal of Economic Education, 50(1): 87-88, 2019. Online resource available.
"Lesson Plans for Teaching Economics with The Big Bang Theory." (with James Tierney, Dirk Mateer, Ben Smith, and Wayne Geerling), Journal of Economics Teaching, 3(1): 162-184, 2018. Online resource available.