“Advertising for Consideration,” with Carmen Astorne-Figari and Joaquin Lopez. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. [accepted][previously titled working paper]

“Mapping and Measuring the Information Society: A Social Science Perspective on the Opportunities, Problems and Prospects of Broadband Internet Data in the United States,” with William Dutton, Elizabeth Mack, and R.V. Rikard. The Information Society. [conditionally accepted]

“Collaborate or Consolidate: Assessing the Competitive Effects of Production Joint Ventures,” with Nicolas Aguelakakis. Economic Inquiry. [forthcoming][supplemental appendix]

“From Internet ‘Openness’ to ‘Freedom’: How Far Has the Net Neutrality Pendulum Swung?” with Kendall Koning. Utilities Policy 54 (2018), pp. 37-45. [publication]

“Reaching Beyond the Wire: Challenges Facing Wireless for the Last Mile,” with Mitchell Shapiro and William Dutton. Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance 19 (2017), pp. 210-224. [publication]

“Price-Match Announcements in a Consumer Search Duopoly,” with Brady VaughanSouthern Economic Journal 82 (2016), pp. 1186-1211. [publication][supplemental appendix]

“Economics at the FCC, 2013-14,” with Allison Baker, Timothy Brennan, Jack Erb, and Omar Nayeem.  Review of Industrial Organization 45 (2014), pp. 345-378. [publication]

“Consumer Search with Asymmetric Price Sampling,” with Carmen Astorne-Figari.  Economics Letters 122 (2014), pp. 331-333. [publication][extended manuscript pdf]


$160,840 “Preparing the Workforce for Automated Vehicles,” (with Shelia Cotten and John Verboncoeur) funded by American Center for Mobility with support from AARP, Toyota Research Institute, and Waymo. [project overview]

  • “Preparing the Workforce for Automated Vehicles,” with R.V. Rikard, Travis Kadylak, Michael J. Hall, Elizabeth A. Mack, John P. Verboncoeur, and Shelia R. Cotten. [report]

$33,000 “Autonomous Vehicles: Understanding Michigander Perceptions for Policymaking,” (with Shelia Cotten, Mark Wilson, and Eva Kassens-Noor) funded by Institute for Public Policy and Social Research.

$53,200 “Connecting Local Communities and Institutions: Wireless Solutions for the Last Mile,” (with William Dutton and Mitchell Shapiro) funded by Merit Network Inc. and the Quilt. [project overview]

  • “Wireless Innovation for Last Mile Access: An Analysis of Cases and Business Strategies,” with Mitchell Shapiro, Derek Murphy, and William Dutton. [report]
  • “Wireless Innovation for Last Mile Access: A Regulatory Analysis,” with Mitch Shapiro, William Dutton, and Derek Murphy. [report]


“A Cautionary Note on Using Hotelling Models in Platform Markets,” with Thomas Jeitschko and Soo Jin Kim. [working paper]

“Price-Cap Regulation of Firms That Supply Their Rivals,” with Omar Nayeem. [working paper][institutional background]

“Wirelessly Bridging the Homework Gap: Challenges in Getting Broadband to Disconnected Students,” with William Dutton and Bianca Reisdorf. [working paper]

“The Grandfather of Price Discrimination,” with Hyunsoo Kim and Brady Vaughan. [previously titled working paper]

“Zero Rating and Vertical Content Foreclosure,” with Thomas Jeitschko and Soo Jin Kim. [Manuscript Available Upon Request]

“Digital Inequality and Academic Success: Using Laptop (non-)Ownership to Gauge College (under-) Performance,” with Bianca Reisdorf and Whisnu Triwibowo. [Manuscript Under Preparation]