Working Papers

Information Hierarchies (with Ben Brooks and Emir Kamenica) 
   First version posted September 2019; Updated June 2020

Improving Information from Manipulable Data (with Navin Kartik) 
  First version posted August 2019; Updated April 2020

Which Findings Should Be Published? (with Max Kasy) 
  First version posted June 2018; Updated April 2019

Forthcoming and Published Papers

Selecting Applicants
Accepted at Econometrica. Most recent draft April 2020.

Quantifying Information and Uncertainty (with Emir Kamenica)
  American Economic Review, October 2019 [109(10):3650-3680]

Muddled Information (with Navin Kartik)
  Journal of Political Economy, August 2019 [127(4):1739-1776]

A Note on Interval Delegation (with Manuel Amador and Kyle Bagwell)
  Economic Theory Bulletin, October 2018 [6(2):239-249]

What Kind of Central Bank Competence? (with Navin Kartik)
  Theoretical Economics, May 2018 [13:697-728]
  An earlier version with a different focus was circulated under the title What Kind of Transparency?

Discounted Quotas
  Journal of Economic Theory, November 2016 [166:396-444]

Delegating Multiple Decisions
  AEJ: Micro, November 2016 [8(4):16-53]

Suspense and Surprise (with Jeff Ely and Emir Kamenica)
  Online Appendix
  Journal of Political Economy, February 2015 [123(1):215-260]
    Press: New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Freakonomics (1), Freakonomics (2)

Taxation of Couples under Assortative Mating
  AEJ: Policy, August 2014 [6(3):155-177]

Aligned Delegation
  Online Appendix
  American Economic Review, January 2014 [104(1):66-83]

Experts and Their Records (with Michael Schwarz)
  Economic Inquiry, January 2014 [52(1):56-71]