Working Papers

Log-like? Identified ATEs defined with zero-valued outcomes are (arbitrarily) scale-dependent (with Jiafeng Chen). 2023.
[ Abstract | Draft ]

Design-Based Uncertainty for Quasi-Experiments (with Ashesh Rambachan). 2022.
[ Abstract | Draft ]

Efficient Estimation for Staggered Rollout Designs (with Pedro Sant’Anna). 2023. Revision requested, Journal of Political Economy Microeconomics
[ Abstract | Draft | R package | Stata package ]

Union Reform and Teacher Turnover: Evidence from Wisconsin’s Act 10. 2019.
[ Abstract | Draft ]

Published and Forthcoming Papers

What’s Trending in Difference-in-Differences? A Synthesis of the Recent Econometrics Literature (with Pedro Sant’Anna, Alyssa Bilinski, and John Poe). 2022. Forthcoming, Journal of Econometrics
[ Abstract | Draft ]

A More Credible Approach to Parallel Trends [Previously titled “An Honest Approach to Parallel Trends”] (with Ashesh Rambachan). 2022. Forthcoming, Review of Economic Studies
[ Abstract | Draft | JMP Version (old) | Packages: R Stata ]

Inference for Linear Conditional Moment Inequalities (with Isaiah Andrews and Ariel Pakes). 2022. Forthcoming, Review of Economic Studies
[ Abstract | Draft | Previous version | Matlab package ]

When Is Parallel Trends Sensitive to Functional Form? (with Pedro Sant’Anna). 2023. Econometrica
[ Abstract | Paper | Initial version (old) ]

Pre-test with Caution: Event-study Estimates After Testing for Parallel Trends. 2022. American Economic Review: Insights
[ Abstract | Paper | Appendix | R package | Shiny app | Longer Version (old) | Replication ]

An Outcome Test of Discrimination for Ranked Lists (with Guillaume Saint-Jacques and YinYin Yu). 2022. 2022 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAccT 2022)
[ Abstract | Paper ]

Why Do Sectoral Employment Programs Work? Evidence from WorkAdvance (with Lawrence F. Katz, Richard Hendra, and Kelsey Schaberg). 2022. Journal of Labor Economics
[ Abstract | Paper ]

Bias In, Bias Out? Evaluating the Folk Wisdom (with Ashesh Rambachan). 2020. 1st Symposium on the Foundations of Responsible Computing (FORC 2020)
[ Abstract | Paper ]


Comments and Revised Findings for “Procedural justice training reduces police use of force and complaints against officers” (with Pedro Sant’Anna, George Wood, Andrew Papachristos, and Tom Tyler). 2020.
[ Abstract | Initial Letter | Reanalysis ]