1. Understanding Gender Differences in Leadership”, with S. Ertac, E. Kubilay and G. Loranth forthcoming, Economic Journal.

  2. Ever Failed, Try Again, Succeed Better: Results from a Randomized Educational Intervention on Grit” with S. Ertac and T. Boneva, Quarterly Journal of Economics, (2019), 134(3).

  3. Mitigating the Gender Gap in the Willingness to Compete: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment”, with S. Ertac, Journal of the European Economic Association, (2019), 17(4).

  4. "Cheating and Incentives in a Performance Context: Evidence from a Field Experiment on Children" with S. Ertac and M. Gumren, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, (2019).

  5. Fostering Patience in the Classroom: Results from a Randomized Educational Intervention" with S. Ertac, Journal of Political Economy, (2018), 126(5). 

  6. Income and Consumption: a Micro Semistructural Analysis with Pervasive Heterogeneity”, with M. Browning and M. Ejrneas,  Journal of Political Economy,(2018), 126(5).  

  7. Gender Stereotypes in the Classroom and Effects on Educational Outcomes” with S. Ertac and I. Mumcu,  Review of Economics and Statistics, (2018), 100(5).

  8. Unshrouding: Evidence from Bank Overdrafts in Turkey”, with M. Cemalcilar, D. Karlan and J. Zinman, Journal of Finance, (2018), 73(2), lead article.

  9. Euler Equation Estimation on Micro Data”, with K. Atalay and T. Crossley, forthcoming, Macroeconomic Dynamics.

  10. Transmission of Risk Preferences from Mothers to Daughters”, with T. Boneva, N. Baydar, T.F. Crossley and S. Ertac. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, (2017), 134:60-77.

  11. Tax Incentives and Borrowing”, with S. Leth-Petersen and A. Munk-Nielsen, Economics Letters (2016),  162-164.

  12.  “Patience, Self-Control and the Demand for Commitment: Evidence From a Large-Scale Field Experiment” with S. Ertac,  Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2015), 115(C), 111-122. 

  13. Do the Rich Save More?: Evidence from Canada”, with K. Atalay and T. Crossley, Review of Income and Wealth (2015), 61(4), 739-758.    

  14. Subprime Consumer Credit Demand: Evidence from a Lender’s Pricing Experiment”, with G. Loranth, Review of Financial Studies (2013), 26(9), 2353-2374.

  15. Estimation of Panel Data Models withTwo-Sided Censoring” with B. E. Honore, L. Hu and S. Leth-Petersen, Journal of Econometric Methods (2013), 3(1), 1–20.

  16. Do Disaster Expectations Explain Household Portfolios?” Quantitative Economics (2012), 3(1), 1-28.

  17. New Evidence on Taxes and Portfolio Choice”, with K. Atalay, T. F. Crossley, and Sung-Hee Jeon,  Journal of Public Economics (2010), 94: 813-823.

  18. Estimating Intertemporal Allocation Parameters Using Synthetic Residual Estimation”,  with M. Browning, Review of Economic Studies (2010), 77(4):1231-1261.

  19. “Estimating Euler Equations with Noisy Data: Two exact GMM Estimators,” with O. Attanasio and M. Browning, Journal of Applied Econometrics (2009), 24:309-324.

  20. “The Adequacy of Retirement Savings: Subjective Survey Reports by Retired Canadians”, with K. Atalay and T. F. Crossley. Canadian Public Policy (2008), 34(S1):95-118.

  21. “Precautionary Wealth Accumulation: Evidence from Canadian Microdata”, Canadian Journal of Economics (2006), 39(4): 1105-1124.

  22. “Entry Costs and Stock Market Participation Over the Life Cycle”, Review of Economic Dynamics (2006), 9(4), 588-611.

  23. “Distributional Effects of  'General Population'  Prescription Drug Programs in Canada”, joint with T. F. Crossley, P. Grootendorst and M. Veall, Canadian Journal of Economics, (2005), 38(1):128-148.

  24. “The Effects of Drug Subsidies on Out-of-Pocket Prescription Drug Expenditures by Seniors: Regional Evidence from Canada”, with T. F. Crossley, P. Grootendorst and M. Veall, Journal of Health Economics (2002), 21(5):87-108.