“The Gender Gap in Undergraduate Economics Course Persistence and Degree Selection,” with Carlos J. Asarta. AEA Papers & Proceedings, May 2019, 109: 255-260. Download
“Navigating the Economics Major: Gender and Students’ Degree Pathways,” with Carlos J. Asarta. In J. Hall and K. Lawson (Eds.), Teaching Economics: Perspectives on Innovative Economics Education, 2019, New York City: Springer Publishing Co.
“Exploring Increasing Income Inequality in the U.S.: A Public Choice Approach,” with Franklin G. Mixon and Kamal Upadhyaya. Spring 2019. Compensation and Benefits Review. April 2019, 50(4): 181-188. Download
“ ‘Another Day, Another Vlog’: The Alchian-Allen Theorem, Social Media, and Long-Distance Relationships,” with Franklin G. Mixon, Jr. Fall 2018. Perspectives on Economic Education Research, 11(1): 88-97.
“Sweet Potato Pie,” St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, 2015
"Does Taking a Principles of Economics Course Online Influence Student Performance in Intermediate Economics Courses?" (with Carlos J. Asarta and David M. Switzer)
"Instructor Gender and Student Performance in Introductory Economics Courses: Is There a Role Model Effect?" (with Rebecca G. Chambers)
"Women in the Finance Major: Gender Disparities in Finance Course Completion and Degree Attainment," (with Laura Field)
Works in Progress
“Active Learning with FRED: Two Examples,” (with Diego Mendez-Carbajo and Alejandro E. Dellachiesa)
"Grades as Reference Points: Impact on Performance and Motivation," (with Mariya Burdina)
"The Economics Course Performance of Transfer Students," (with Carlos J. Asarta and Andrew Perumal)
"Does Participation and Performance on Advanced Placement Economics Exams Predict Undergraduate Economics Degree Completion?"