"A Generalized Approach to Power Analysis for Local Average Treatment Effects," Statistical Science, Forthcoming.
"Ideology and the Debate over International Bailouts: The Case of Grexit," Journal of Politics, Forthcoming (with M. Bechtel, J. Hainmueller, and Y. Margalit).
"Beyond the Breaking Point? Survey Satisficing in Conjoint Experiments," Political Science Research and Methods, Forthcoming (with J. Hainmueller, D. Hopkins, and T. Yamamoto).
"Can Non-Experts Really Emulate Statistical Learning Methods? A Comment on 'The Accuracy, Fairness, and Limits of Predicting Recidivism'," Political Analysis, Vol. 27, No. 3 (2019).
"Improving Refugee Integration Through Data-Driven Algorithmic Assignment," Science, Vol. 359, No. 6373 (2018) (with J. Ferwerda, J. Hainmueller, A. Dillon, D. Hangartner, D. Lawrence, and J. Weinstein).
"The Number of Choice Tasks and Survey Satisficing in Conjoint Experiments," Political Analysis, Vol. 26, No. 1 (2018) (with J. Hainmueller, D. Hopkins, and T. Yamamoto).
"Europeans Support a Proportional Allocation of Asylum Seekers," Nature Human Behaviour, Vol. 1, No. 0133 (2017) (with J. Hainmueller and D. Hangartner).
"How Economic, Humanitarian, and Religious Concerns Shape European Attitudes Toward Asylum Seekers," Science, Vol. 354, No. 6309 (2016) (with J. Hainmueller and D. Hangartner).
"Biodefense and Transparency: The Dual-Use Dilemma," Nonproliferation Review, Vol. 18, No. 2 (2011).
"Governance of Emerging Dual-Use Technologies," in Innovation, Dual Use, and Security: Managing the Risks of Emerging Biological and Chemical Technologies, Jonathan B. Tucker (ed.), Cambridge: MIT Press, 2012 (with J. Tucker).
"Combining Outcome-Based and Preference-Based Matching: The g-Constrained Priority Mechanism" (with A. Acharya and J. Hainmueller).
"Why Austerity? The Mass Politics of a Contested Policy" (with M. Bechtel and Y. Margalit).
"Using Eye-Tracking to Understand Decision-Making in Conjoint Experiments" (with L. Jenke, J. Hainmueller, and D. Hangartner).
"How Far Does the Nationalization Hypothesis Go? Evidence from Surveys of Township, Municipal, County, and State Policymakers" (with N. Lee and M. Landgrave).
"A Minimum-Risk Dynamic Assignment Mechanism Along with an Approximation and Heuristics."