Job Market Paper:


"Mining and Community Economic Growth", with Steven Deller. 2013. The Review of Regional Studies 42.2: 121-141.

Working Papers:

blueNOTE: National Open source Tools for general Equilibrium modeling: with Thomas F. Rutherford, check out the most recent distribution through my github respository.

"Do Regulators Strategically Avoid Pollution Hotspots when Siting Monitors? Evidence from Remote Sensing of Air Pollution", with Corbett Grainger and Wonjun Chang.

"Distributional Impacts of Heat-Energy Cross-Subsidization", with Corbett Grainger and Fan Zhang. Under Review.

"Urban Mode and Subscription Choice: An Application of the Three-Dimensional MFD", with Allister Loder and Kay W. Axhausen. Paper presented at the 16th Swiss Transport Research Conference, Ascona, Switzerland, May 2016.

Ongoing Projects:

General equilibrium multipliers: with Thomas F. Rutherford.

Using CGE models to assess the water-energy nexus in the United States: with Feng Qui. Presented at the 2016 American Geophysical Union conference and 2017 Annual INFORMS meeting.

Sub-national climate policy: with Gokce Akin-Olcum, Christoph Bohringer, and Thomas F. Rutherford

Agglomeration benefits of transportation policy: with Kay W. Axhausen, Allister Loder and Thomas F. Rutherford.

Technical Reports and Proceedings:

"Distributional Impacts of Energy Cross Subsidization in Transition Economies: Evidence From Belarus", with Corbett Grainger and Fan Zhang. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 7385. 2015. 1-47.

"General Equilibrium Frameworks for Climate Risk Assessment with IMPLAN Data", with Thomas F. Rutherford. MCRSA Conference Proceedings. 2014. 126-137.

"Using IMPLAN Social Accounts for Applied General Equilibrium Modeling", with Thomas F. Rutherford. Technical Manual. 2016. 1-31. Email me for the build stream routine GAMS files. Batch processing launching programs are included.

"Frac Sand Mining and Community Economic Development", with Steven Deller. Staff Paper Series: University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 2012. 1-35.