[11] “Laptop or Bust: How Lack of Technology Affects Student Achievement,” with Bianca Reisdorf and Whisnu Triwibowo. [Forthcoming in American Behavioral Scientist]

[10] “Economics at the FCC 2018-2019: Competition, Broadband Deployment, and Transaction Review,” with Babette Boliek, Catherine Matraves, and Kim Makuch. Review of Industrial Organization 55 (2019), pp. 625-646. [publication]

[9] “Wirelessly bridging the homework gap: Technical options and social challenges in getting broadband to disconnected students,” with William Dutton, Bianca Reisdorf, and Mitch Shapiro. Education and Information Technologies 24 (2019), pp. 3803-3821. [publication]

[8] “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 35 (2019), pp. 57-68. [publication]

[7] “Advertising for Consideration,” with Carmen Astorne-Figari and Joaquin Lopez. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 157 (2019), pp. 653-669. [publication][supplemental appendix]

[6] “Collaborate or Consolidate: Assessing the Competitive Effects of Production Joint Ventures,” with Nicolas Aguelakakis. Economic Inquiry 57 (2019), pp. 73-84. [publication][supplemental appendix]

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

[4] “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]

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

[2] “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]

[1] “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]


[4] “Zero Rating and Vertical Content Foreclosure,” with Thomas Jeitschko and Soo Jin Kim. DICE Discussion Paper No 317. [Revise and Resubmit]

[3] “A Cautionary Note on Using Hotelling Models in Platform Markets,” with Thomas Jeitschko and Soo Jin Kim. DICE Discussion Paper No 286. [working paper]

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

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