1. Political economy
Political Competition in Legislative Elections, American Political Science Review, accepted. Together with Stefan Krasa.
Costly Voting with Multiple Candidates, Games and Economic Behavior, 106 (2017): 38-50. Together with Mariam Arzumanyan.
Party Polarization in Legislatures with Office-Motivated Candidates, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 132 (2017): 1509-1550. Together with Jim Snyder.
Learning and Coordination in the Presidential Primary System Review of Economic Studies, 83 (2016): 1544-1578. Together with George Deltas and Helios Herrera.
Policy divergence and voter polarization in a structural model of elections, Journal of Law and Economics, 57 (2014), 31-76. Together with Stefan Krasa.
Social ideology and taxes in a differentiated candidates framework, American Economic Review, 104(2014), 308-322. Together with Stefan Krasa.
Political competition between differentiated candidates, Games and Economic Behavior , 76 (2012), 249-271. Together with Stefan Krasa.
Political Polarization and the Electoral Effects of Media Bias, Journal of Public Economics, 92 (2008), 1092-1104. Together with Stefan Krasa and Dan Bernhardt. (Media coverage)
Investment under Uncertainty in Dynamic Conflicts, Review of Economic Studies, 73 (2006), 505-529.
2. Public economics, IO and insurance economics
The Value of Technology Improvements in Games with Externalities: A Fresh Look at Offsetting Behavior , Journal of Public Economics, 131 (2015), 12–20. Together with Mike Hoy.
Advantageous Effects of Regulatory Adverse Selection in the Life Insurance Market, Economic Journal, 116 (2006), 167-194. Together with Mike Hoy and Asha Sadanand)
Herding and Antiherding: A Model of Reputational Differentiation, European Economic Review, 45 (2001), 385-403. Together with Matthias Effinger.
The Value of Genetic Information in the Life Insurance Market, Journal of Public Economics. 78 (November 2000), 235-252. Together with Mike Hoy.