“Empirical Polycentricity: The Complex Relationship Between Employment Centers,”
(with Steven Craig and Adam Perdue), Journal of Regional Science, forthcoming 2015.
“Entrepreneurship and Economic Development: the Relative Attraction of Employment Centers by Firm Size,”
(with Steven Craig and Adam Perdue), International Journal of Global Environmental Issues, vol. 13, June 2014, pp.281-93.
"The Effect of Urbanization on Labor Turnover," with Miles Finney,
Journal of Regional Science, vol. 48(2), May 2008, pp. 311-328.
"Firm Location in a Polycentric City: the Effects of Taxes and Agglomeration Economies on Location Decisions," with Xiahong Ju,
Environment and Planning C, vol. 25(5), 2007, pp.671-691.
"Cities, Regions and the Decline in Transport Costs," with Edward L. Glaeser,
Papers of the Regional Science Association, vol. 83, Jan. 2004, pp. 197-228.
(NBER WP W9886.)
"Quality of Life and Comparative Risk in Houston," with Sabrina Strawn and John Wilson, Urban Ecosystems, vol. 3,
July 1999, pp. 113-129. ( Paper)
"Houston Environment," with others, Report of the Science Panel Houston Environmental Foresight Program ,
Houston Advanced Research Center, 1996.
"The Impact of Toxic Waste Sites on Housing Values," Journal of Urban Economics, vol. 30, July 1991, pp. 1-26.
"Chaos Theory and Microeconomics: An Application to Model Specification and Hedonic Estimation," with Steven Craig and David Papell,
Review of Economics and Statistics, vol. 73, May 1991, pp. 208-215.
"General Equilibrium of Spatial Product and Labor Markets," with Hiroshi Ohta,
Journal of Regional Science, vol. 29, November 1989, pp. 537-553.
"The Earnings of Soviet Workers: Evidence from the Soviet Interview Project," with Paul Gregory, Review of Economics and Statistics,
vol. 70, Feb. 1988, pp. 23-35. ( Paper)
"Labor Supply and Housing Demand for One- and Two- Earner Households," Review of Economics and Statistics,
vol. 68, Feb. 1986, pp. 48-57.
"The Effect of Urbanization on the Technology of Governance," with Steven Craig and Edward Hoang, Jan. 2015