- Bounded rationality and the choice of jury selection procedures, 2018, Journal of Law and Economics, 61(4), 711-738.
- Deferred acceptance is minimally manipulable, 2018, International Journal of Game Theory, 48(2), 609–645.
- Egalitarianism with a dash of fair efficiency, 2018, Economic Theory Bulletin, 6(2), 219–238.
- Impossibilities for strategy-proof committee selection mechanisms with vetoes, 2017, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 73, 111-121.
- Fair social orderings with other-regarding preferences (with Benoit Decerf), 2016, Social Choice and Welfare, 46(3), 655-694.
- Betting and belief: Prediction markets and attribution of climate change (with Jonathan Gilligan and John Nay), 2016, Proceedings of the 2016 Winter Simulation Conference.
Working papers (in order of progress)
- If you’re an egalitarian, how come you eat meat? (with Marc Fleurbaey), 2018. (R&R, American Economic Journal: Micro)
- Manipulability in constrained school choice (with Benoit Decerf), 2016. (R&R, Journal of Economic Theory)
- Trump trumps Bush: Electoral legitimacy in U.S. presidential elections (with Rafael Treibich), 2017. (Submitted)
- Matching soulmates (with Greg Leo, Jian Lou, Yevgeniy Vorobeychik and Myrna Wooders), 2016. (Submitted)
- The core of a transferable utility game as the solution to a public good market demand problem (with Paul Edelman and John Weymark), 2019.
- Mechanism Performance under Strategy Advice and Sub-Optimal Play:A School Choice Experiment, (with Kristine Koutout, Andrew Dustan, and Myrna Wooders) 2018. (Submitted)
- In search of advice for participants in constrained school choice (with Benoit Decerf), 2017.
- Competing for priorities in school choice (with Greg Leo), 2018.
The last working paper versions of my publications are on SSRN.