“Transaction Cost Economics, Labor Law, and the Gig Economy,” Journal of Legal Studies, forthcoming (with S. Oranburg)
“African Chiefs: Comparative Governance under Colonial Rule” Public Choice 174(3/4): 277-300, 2018.
“Disrupting the Employee and Contractor Laws” University of Chicago Legal Forum 15: 397-408, 2017.
“Federalism and the Police: An Applied Theory of Fiscal Attention” Arizona State Law Journal 49(3): 907-933. 2017 (with P. Boettke and E. Piano)
“Re-evaluating Community Policing in a Polycentric System” Journal of Institutional Economics 12(2): 305-325, 2016 (with P. Boettke and J. Lemke)
“Taming Leviathan” Supreme Court Economic Review 23(1): 279-303, 2015 (with P. Boettke)
“Polycentricity, Self-governance, and the Art & Science of Association” Review of Austrian Economics 28(3): 311-335, 2015 (with P. Boettke and J. Lemke)
“The Comparative Political Economy of a Crisis” Advances in Austrian Economics 20: 235-263, 2015 (with P. Boettke)
“James Buchanan’s Contributions in Constitutional Political Economy, Institutional Analysis, and Self-governance” Journal of Law, Economics, and Policy 10(3): 649-667, 2014 (with P. Boettke)
“Riding in Cars with Boys: Elinor Ostrom’s Adventures with the Police” Journal of Institutional Economics 9(4): 407-425, 2014 (with P. Boettke and J. Lemke)
“Henry Hazlitt as an Intellectual Middleman of ‘Orthodox Economics’” History of Political Economy 45(5), 2013 (with P. Boettke)
“Entrepreneurship, Institutions, and Economic Prosperity” in What America’s Decline in Economic Freedom Means for Entrepreneurship and Prosperity (Published by The Fraser Institute)
Book winner, Sir Antony Fisher International Memorial Award 2015
“Balancing Flexibility and Rigidity: Do Unions Make Sense in the On-Demand Economy?” (with S. Oranburg) in The Cambridge Handbook of U.S. Labor Law: Reviving American Labor for a 21st Century Economy (Forthcoming, Cambridge University Press)
“Evaluating Aid Agencies: Challenges, Comparisons, and Causes of Best Aid Practices” in Foreign Aid and Economic Development: Micro and Macro Perspectives (Forthcoming, Palgrave-MacMillan)
Other Scholarly Publications (Policy Papers, Book Reviews)
“An Economic Analysis of Overtime Pay Regulations,” Mercatus Working Papers, April 2016 (with D. Boudreaux)
Submitted to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA), April 2016
Invited (and accepted) to testify with OIRA, Washington D.C., May 4, 2016
Featured & interviewed for the Society for Human Resource Management, May 2016
Submitted to Department of Labor for a “Request for Information,” September 2017
“Does the DOL’s Overtime Regulation Make Sense in an Information Economy?” May 4, 2016. Mercatus Center Policy Brief
Briefed congressional staff at “Regulation University” event, Washington D.C. May 4, 2016
Review of F.Sabetti and P. Dragos Aligica (eds.), Choice, rules and collective action: the Ostroms on the study of institutions and governance, Public Choice 161(3/4): 547-549, 2014.
Review of Evan Osborne, Self-regulation and human progress: how society gains when we govern less, Public Choice, 178(1/2): 315-217, 2019.
Work in Progress
“Women in the Gig Economy: Impact of Independent Contracting Opportunities on Female Labor Force Participation” (with P. Suarez)
“Smart Contracts, Transaction Costs, and Decentralized Work”
“How Regulations Impact Entrepreneurship on Main Street vs. Silicon Valley,” under review
“Ranking Foreign Aid Agency Best Practices: New Donors, New Findings” (with C.Williamson), under review
“Are Emerging Donors Engaging in Poor Aid Practices?” (with C. Williamson), under review
Book: ER Economics: How Long-term Illnesses are Caused by Short-Term Cures (with P. Boettke), under contract negotiations.