Professional Interactions and Hiring Decisions: Evidence from the Federal Judiciary (2021), revised version of NBER wp n. 26726, with M. Battaglini and J.Harris, profiled by NBER Digest

Girls, Boys, and High Achievers (2021), with Angela Cools and Raquel Fernandez, revised version of NBER wp n. wp n. 25763, profiled by MarketWatch: Girls who spend more time in class with ‘high-achieving’ boys are less likely to complete a bachelor’s degree, study says

A Graphical Lasso Approach to Estimating Network Connections: The Case of U.S. Lawmakers (2021), revised version of NBER wp n. 27557, with M. Battaglini, F. W. Crawford, and S. Peng

Parents, Neighbors, and Youth Crime, with C. Diaz, revised version of IZA wp n. 13906 (2020)

Abstentions and Social Networks in Congress (2020), NBER wp n. 27822, with M. Battaglini and V. Leone Sciabolazza


Spatial Interactions (2020), with J. S. Kim, P. M. Picard, and Y. Zenou, revised version of CEPR wp n. 12432, 2017, R&R Quantitative Economics


Social Groups and the Effectiveness of Protests (2020), NBER wp n. 26757, with M. Battaglini and R.B. Morton

Tax Professionals and Tax-Evasion (2020), with M. Battaglini, L. Guiso, and C. Lacava, revised version of NBER wp n. 25745, CEPR wp n. 13656, 2019, R&R Quarterly Journal of Economics

Leaders in Juvenile Crime (2020), with C. Diaz, T. Verdier, and Y. Zenou, revised version of CEPR wp n. 13120, 2018, R&R Journal of  Economic Behavior & Organization

Information, Mobile Communication and Referral Effects (2019)with P. Jia Barwick, Y. Liu, and Q. Wu, R&R American Economic Review


Dynamic Social Interactions and Health Risky Behavior (2019),  NBER wp n. 26223, with T. Arduini, A. Bisin, and O. Ozgur

Hurricanes, Climate Change Policies and Electoral Accountability (2019), NBER wp. n. 25835, with Stefano Gagliarducci and Daniele M. Paserman


Altruism, Insurance, and Costly Solidarity Commitments (2019), CEPR wp n. 14148, with C. Barrett, V. Nourani, and T. Walker


Work, Retirement, and Social Networks at Older Ages (2016), with G. Engelhardt, profiled by The New York Times: Working Longer May Benefit Your Health, Center for Retirement Research 


Neighborhood Effects, Peer Classification, and the Decision of Women to Work (2016), with S. Rosenthal and N. Mota