Welcome to the Club: The Returns to  an  Elite  Degree  for  American  Lawyers, with  Scott  Schaefer,  Industrial  and  Labor  Relations  Review,  72(2), March 2019. 446-479.

Exploration  for  Human  Capital:  Theory  and  Evidence  from  the  MBA  Labor  Market, with  Camelia  M.  Kuhnen,  Journal  of  Labor  Economics,  34,  April  2016,  255-286.

Firm/Employee  Matching:  An  Industry  Study  of  American  Lawyers, with  Scott  Schaefer,  Industrial  and  Labor  Relations  Review,  69,  March  2016,  378-404

The Making of an Investment Banker: Macroeconomic Shocks, Career Choice, and Lifetime IncomeThe Journal of Finance, 63, December 2008, 2601-2628

Salary or Benefits?Research in Labor Economics, 28, 2008, 429-467

Is There an Insider Advantage in Getting Tenure?AER Papers & Proceedings, 97, May 2007, 501-505

Costs of Broad-Based Stock Option Plans, with Scott Schaefer, Journal of Financial Intermediation, 15, October 2006, 511-534

Initial Labor Market Conditions and Long-Term Outcomes for EconomistsJournal of Economic Perspectives, 20, Summer 2006, 143-160

Mandated Disclosure, Stock Returns, and the 1964 Securities Acts Amendments, with Michael Greenstone and Annette Vissing-Jorgensen, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 121, May 2006, 399-460

Co-Worker Complementarity and the Stability of Top Management Teams, with Rachel M. Hayes and Scott Schaefer, Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization, 22, Spring 2006, 184-212

Why Do Some Firms Give Stock Options To All Employees?: An Empirical Examination of Alternative Theories, with Scott Schaefer, Journal of Financial Economics, 76, April 2005, 99-133

Why Do Firms Use Incentives That Have No Incentive Effects?The Journal of Finance, 59, August 2004, 1619-1649

The Structure of Wages and Internal Mobility, with Edward P. Lazear, AER Papers & Proceedings, 94, May 2004, 212-216

Litigation Costs and Returns to Experience, with Scott Schaefer, The American Economic Review, 92, June 2002, 683-705

Sorting, Quotas, and the Civil Rights Act of 1991: Who Hires When It’s Hard to Fire?, with Scott Schaefer, The Journal of Law and Economics, XLV, April 2002, 41-68

Layoffs and Litigation, with Scott Schaefer, The RAND Journal of Economics, 31, Summer 2000, 345-358

A Theory of Sales Quotas with Limited Liability and Rent SharingThe Journal of Labor Economics, 18, July 2000, 405-426

Fiscal Year Ends and Non-Linear Incentive Contracts: The Effect on Business SeasonalityThe Quarterly Journal of Economics, CXIII, February 1998, 149-185