"Estimating the Effects of a Large Network of Charter Schools Managed by a For-Profit Operator " 2018. NBER Working Paper. Co-authors: Daniel Hubbard, Brian Jacob, and Sylvia Robles.
"Tax Benefits for College Attendance." 2016. Education Policy Initiative working paper (March). Co-author: Judith Scott-Clayton.
"Are Expectations Alone Enough? Estimating the Effect of a Mandatory College-Prep Curriculum in Michigan." 2016. Education Policy Initiative working paper (January). Co-authors: Brian A. Jacob, Kenneth Frank, and Barbara Schneider.
"Stand and Deliver: Effects of Boston's Charter High Schools on College Preparation, Entry, and Choice.” Forthcoming. Journal of Labor Economics. Co-authors: Joshua Angrist, Sarah Cohodes, Parag Pathak and Chris Walters.
"The Missing Manual: Using National Student Clearinghouse Data to Track Postsecondary Outcomes.” 2015. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. Co-authors: Steve Hemelt and Joshua Hyman.
"Labor Market Returns to Community College Awards: Evidence From Michigan.” 2015. CAPSEE working paper (April). Co-authors: Peter Riley Bahr, Brian Jacob, Daniel Kreisman, Alfredo Sosa and Mark Wiederspan.
"An Economist's Perspective on Student Loans in the United States.” 2014. Brookings Institution Working Paper.
"Building Better Longitudinal Surveys (on the cheap) Through Links to Administrative Data.” 2014. Prepared for National Academy of Education.
"Charter Schools and the Road to College Readiness: The Effects on College Preparation, Attendance and Choice." 2013. Boston Foundation Research Report. Co-authors: Joshua Angrist, Sarah Cohodes, Parag Pathak and Chris Walters.
"Financial Aid Policy: Lessons from Research.” 2013 Future of Children (May). Co-author: Judith Scott-Clayton.
"Simplifying Tax Incentives and Aid for College: Progress and Prospects.” 2013. Tax Policy and the Economy. Co-authors: Judith Scott-Clayton and Mark Wiederspan.
"Experimental Evidence on the Effect of Childhood Investments on Postsecondary Attainment and Degree Completion.” 2013. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 32:4, pp. 692-717. Coauthors: Joshua Hyman and Diane Schanzenbach. Lead article. Winner of the 2013 Vernon Prize for best article in JPAM.