I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at Mississippi State University. My research fields are applied microeconomic theory, information economics, political economics, and law & economics. My CV is here.
A Model of Bayesian Persuasion with Transfers
Economics Letters, 161: 93-95, 2017.
Government Spending and Economic Growth in the OECD Countries (with Michael Connolly)
Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 19 (4): 386-395, 2016.
Profiling, Screening and Criminal Recruitment (with Christopher Cotton)
Journal of Public Economic Theory, 17 (6): 964-985, December 2015.
Which Explanations for Gender Differences in Competition are Consistent with A Simple Theoretical model? (with Christopher Cotton, Frank McIntyre and Joseph Price)
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 59: 56-67, December 2015.
Deterrence Effects under Twombly: On the Costs of Increasing Pleading Standards in Litigation (with Sergio J. Campos and Christopher Cotton)
International Review of Law and Economics, 44: 61-71, October 2015.
Centralized Policymaking and Informational Lobbying, R&R requested by Social Choice and Welfare
Clueless Politicians (with Christopher Cotton), revised and resubmitted to Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization
Discovery Disclosure and Deterrence (with Sergio J. Campos), to appear in Vanderbilt Law Review
Strategically Uninformed Politicians and Lobbying
The Transition of Political Selection in China