Working papers:

An Economic Theory of Statistical Testing (updated August 2016), revise and resubmit at the American Economic Review

The Quantile Performance of Statistical Treatment Rules Using Hypothesis Tests to Allocate a Population to Two Treatments, with Charles F. Manski (Nov 2014)

Identification of Positive Treatment Effects in Randomized Experiments with Non-Compliance (Feb 2012)

Measuring Precision of Statistical Inference on Partially Identified Parameters (Jan 2012)


Equality-Minded Treatment Choice, with Toru Kitagawa, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, forthcoming (Sept 2019).

Trial Size for Near-Optimal Choice Between Surveillance and Aggressive Treatment: Reconsidering MSLT-II, with Charles F. Manski, The American Statistician 73:sup1 (2019), 305-311.
Supplemental material (MATLAB code).

Who Should be Treated? Empirical Welfare Maximization Methods for Treatment Choice, with Toru Kitagawa, Econometrica 86 (2018), 591-616.
Supplement 1 (Appendices A-C)
Supplement 2 (Appendices D-E, replication files)

Sufficient Trial Size to Inform Clinical Practice, with Charles F. Manski, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (2016), 10518-10523.

Price as a signal of product quality: Some experimental evidence, with Giovanni Mastrobuoni and Franco Peracchi, Journal of Wine Economics 9 (2014), 115-134.
Open access - accepted manuscript

Statistical Treatment Choice Based on Asymmetric Minimax Regret Criteria, Journal of Econometrics 166 (2012), 157-165.
Open access - accepted manuscript

Admissible Treatment Rules for a Risk-Averse Planner with Experimental Data on an Innovation, with Charles F. Manski, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 137 (2007), 1998-2010.
Open access - accepted manuscript