New and upcoming research papers as of September 2017:
1. The Economics of Attention:
- Rational Inattention and Pyschometrics, with Daniel Csaba and John Leahy
- Rationally Inattentive Behavior: Characterizing and Generalizing Shannon Entropy, with Mark Dean and John Leahy
- Measuring and Modeling Attention, Annual Review of Economics, 2016
2. The Economics of Aging:
- Long-Term Care Utility and Late in Life Savings, with John Ameriks, Joseph Briggs, Matthew Shapiro, and Christopher Tonetti
- Late in Life Risks and the Under-Insurance Puzzle, with John Ameriks, Joseph Briggs, Matthew Shapiro, and Christopher Tonetti
- Measuring and Modeling Intergenerational Links in Relation to Long-Term Care, with Mi Luo and Kathleen McGarry, forthcoming Economic Inquiry
3. Genes, Environment, and Health:
- Smoking, Genes, and Health, with Dan Benjamin, David Cesarini, Kevin Thom, and Patrick Turley
- Asthma, Pollution, and Health, with Masoud Ghandehari, Paul Glimcher, Ari Patrinos, and George Thurston
The papers involve complementary expansions in theory and data. As an “Economic Data Engineer”, I design new measurements to better understand behavior. Broad themes in earlier research that led me in this direction are linked to below:
- Bio-Behavioral Measurement with David Cesarini and Paul Glimcher.
- Strategic Survey Questions with John Ameriks, Joseph Briggs, Matthew Shapiro, Christopher Tonetti, Minjoon Lee and Mi Luo.
- State Dependent Stochastic Choice Date for Rational Inattention Theory with Mark Dean, Daniel Martin, Filip Matejka, and John Leahy.
To see these papers listed by subject area, please see my C.V. page.
Updated as of September 2017.