The European Journal of
Forthcoming in The Review of
Economics and Statistics.
“The Impact of Education
on Health Knowledge,”
with Duha Altindag and Colin Cannonier.
Economics of Education Review, October 2011; Vol. 30:5, pp. 792-812.
Self-esteem and Wages," with Erdal Tekin.
In Economic Aspects of Obesity, Michael Grossman and
Naci Mocan (eds.) Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2011.
with Turan Bali.
The Review of
Economics and Statistics, November 2010; Vol. 92:4, pp. 899-911.
with Erdal Tekin.
The Review of
Economics and Statistics, February 2010; Vol. 92:1, pp. 15-30.
“Joblessness and Perceptions about
the Effectiveness of Democracy,”
with Duha Altindag.
Journal of Labor Research, Spring 2010; Vol. 31:2, pp. 99-123.
The Impact of
Incentives on Human Behavior: Can We make It Disappear? The Case
of the Death Penalty," with Kaj Gittings. in
The Economics of Crime: Lessons for Latin America ; Rafael DiTella, Sebastian Edwards
and Ernesto Schargrodsky (eds.) NBER/University of Chicago Press. 2010, pp. 379-418.
“Do Adolescents with Emotional and Behavioral Problems Respond to
Cigarette Prices?” with Lan Liang and Erdal Tekin.
Southern Economic Journal, July 2009; Vol 76:1, pp.67-85.
“Corruption, Corruption Perception, and Economic Growth,”
in Economic Performance in the Middle East and
North Africa: Institutions, Corruption and Reform, S. Sayan
(ed.), London: Routledge, 2009.
Determines Corruption? International Evidence from Micro
Data,” (revised version of NBER Working Paper
No: 10460). Economic Inquiry,
October 2008; Vol 46:4, pp. 493-510.
(Click here to see the
corruption index in Microsoft
“The Determinants of the Willingness
to Donate an Organ Among Young Adults: Evidence from the
United States and the European Union,” with Erdal Tekin (NBERWorking
Paper No: 11316).
Social Science and Medicine,
August 2007; pp. 2527-38.
“Can Consumers Detect Lemons? An Empirical Investigation
of Information Asymmetry in the Market for Child Care,”
(NBER Working Paper No: 8291).
October 2007; Vol 20:4, pp. 743-780.
“Guns and Juvenile Crime,” with Erdal Tekin.
Journal of Law and Economics, October 2006, pp. 507-31.
“Catholic Schools and Bad
Behavior: A Propensity Score Matching Analysis,”
with Erdal Tekin. Contributions to Economic Analysis &
Policy, 2006; 5:1, Article 13.
Dynamic Model of Differential Human Capital and Criminal
Activity," with Steve Billups and Jody Overland
(revised version of NBER Working Paper No: 7584).
Economica, November 2005; 72. pp. 655-81.
“Drugs and Juvenile Crime: Evidence from a Panel of
Siblings and Twins,” with Erdal Tekin, in
Individual Behavior, Social Interactions, Markets, and
Politics, Bjorn Lindgren and Michael Grossman (eds.),
Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2005; pp. 91-120.
“Economic Conditions, Deterrence and Juvenile Crime:
Evidence from Micro Data,” with Daniel Rees.
Law and Economics Review. Fall 2005, 7:2, pp. 319-49.
Sticks and Broken Windows,” with Hope
Journal of Law and Economics, April 2005,
48:1; pp. 235-66.
“Who Shall Live and Who Shall Die? An Analysis of
Prisoners on Death Row in the United States,” with Laura
Journal of Legal Studies; June 2004; 33:2, pp.
Demand for Medical Care in Urban China,” with
Erdal Tekin and Jeffrey Zax.
February 2004; 32:2, pp. 289-304.
Death Row: Commuted Sentences and the Deterrent Effect of
Capital Punishment,” with Kaj
Gittings, (revised version of NBER Working Paper No: 8639).
Journal of Law and Economics; October 2003; 46:2, pp.
453-78. Reprinted in The Economics of Crime, Isaac Ehrlich
and Zhiqiang Liu (eds.) Edward Elgar, 2006.
“The Impact of Education, Social Capital, Ideology, and
Institutions on Economic Development,” (in Turkish), in
International Symposium on Ataturk and Contemporary Society;
Istanbul: Turkiye Is Bankasi Kultur Yayinlari; 2003, pp.
"Nonprofit Sector and Part-Time Work: An Analysis of
Employer-Employee Matched Data of Child Care Workers,”
with Erdal Tekin.
The Review of Economics and Statistics,
February 2003; 85:1, pp. 38-50.
"The Supply of Quality in Child Care Centers," with
David M. Blau.
The Review of Economics and Statistics,
August 2002; 84:3, pp. 483-96.
“Economic Theories of Crime,” in Encyclopedia of
Crime and Punishment, David Levinson (ed.); Thousand
Oaks: Sage Publications; 2002, Volume: 2, pp. 597-603.
"A Time-Series Analysis of Crime, Deterrence and Drug
Abuse in New York City,” with Hope Corman.
American Economic Review, June 2000; 90:3, pp. 584-604.
"Structural Unemployment, Cyclical Unemployment and
The Review of Economics and
Statistics, February 1999; 81:1, pp. 122-34.
"The Economics of Substance Abuse in Context: Can
Economics Be Part of an Integrated Theory of Drug Use?,"
with David W. Rasmussen and Bruce L. Benson.
Drug Issues, 1998; 28:3, pp. 575-92.
“An Economic Analysis of Drug Use and Crime," with
Journal of Drug Issues, 1998; 28:3, pp.
"Cost Functions, Efficiency and Quality in Day Care
The Journal of Human Resources; Fall
1997. Vol. 32, Number 4, pp. 861-91.
"Credit Rationing, Deregulation and Race in Mortgage
Lending in the United States: 1960-90," with W. James
Smith and William Tevebaugh.
1997;29, pp. 1337-42.
"Labor Market Conditions and the High School Dropout
Rate: Evidence From New York State," with Daniel I.
Economics of Education Review, 1997; Vol. 16,
No. 2; pp. 103-9.
"Quality-Adjusted Cost Functions for Child_Care Centers,"
American Economic Review, May 1995; 85:2, pp. 409-13.
"Accuracy and Rationality of State General Fund Revenue
Forecasts: Evidence from Panel Data," with Sam Azad;
International Journal of Forecasting, 1995; Vol. 11, pp.
"Illicit Drug Use and Health: Analysis of New York City
Birth Outcomes Using a Kalman Filter Model," with Kudret
the Southern Economic Journal, July 1995;
62:1, pp. 164-82.
"Is There a Unit Root in U.S. Real GNP? A Re-Assessment,"
Economics Letters, 1994, Vol. 45, pp. 23-31.
"Foreign Threats and Domestic Actions: The Case of
Sanctions Against South Africa," with William H.
Kaempfer, Anton D. Lowenberg and Lynne Bennett; in
Without Violence, Paul Wehr, Heidi Burgess and Guy Burgess
(eds.) Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.; Boulder, Colorado;
1994, pp. 191-215.
"Real Wages over the Business Cycle: Evidence from a
Structural Time-Series Model," with Kudret Topyan;
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 1993, Vol.
55, No.4, pp. 363-89.
"Unemployment and Infant Health: Time-Series Evidence
from the State of Tennessee," with Theodore Joyce;
Journal of Human Resources, 1993, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp.
"The Consequences and Costs of Maternal Substance Abuse
in New York City: A Pooled Time-Series, Cross Section
Analysis," with Theodore Joyce and Andrew Racine;
Journal of Health Economics, 1992, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp.
"Predicting the Price of Oil," with Ahmet Kocagil; in
Oil in the 1980's: A Decade of Decline, Bernard S. Katz and
Siamack Shojai (eds.) New York: Praeger Publishers, 1992,
"Homicide and Crack in New York City," with Hope
Corman and Theodore Joyce; in
Searching for Alternatives:
Drug-Control Policy in the United States, Edward P.Lazear
and Melvyn Krauss (eds.) Stanford, California: Hoover
Institution Press,Stanford University, 1991, pp. 112-37.
"Age at Marriage, Divorce, Fertility and Labor Force
Participation of Women: A TimeSeries Perspective,"
Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics; 1991, Vol:4,
"Demand Shocks, Supply Shocks, and the Cyclicality of
Real Wages," with Ahmet Baytas;
1991, Vol. 23:7, pp. 1213-19.
"Business Cycles and Fertility Dynamics in the United
States: A Vector-Autoregressive Model,"
Population Economics, 1990, Vol. 3, pp. 125-46.
"The Impact of Legalized Abortion on Adolescent
Childbearing in New York City," with Theodore Joyce;
American Journal of Public
Health, March 1990, Vol. 80,
No. 3,pp. 273-78.