2014. Making Sense of Anti-Trade Sentiment: International Trade and the American Worker, Palgrave Macmillan: New York, NY USA
2014. “A Simple Solution to the Distance Puzzle: Balanced Data and Poisson Estimation”, with David Buehler, Applied Economics Letters (Forthcoming).
2014. “Source-Destination Cultural Differences, Immigrants’ Skill Levels, and Immigrant Stocks: Evidence from Six OECD Member Host Countries” with Nicole Yamasaki, National Institute Economic Review 229, 1: R53-R67 (August).
2014. “A Factor Endowment Explanation for China’s Emergence as an International Trading Power: Calibrating the Dornbusch-Fischer-Samuelson Model for China’s Trade, 1968-2008”, in Current Issues in International Trade: Methodologies and Development Implications for the World Economy, Gouranga G. Das (ed.) Nova Science Publishers: Hauppauge, NY, pp. 127-150.
2013. “Location, Location, Location: The Importance of Proximity in Student Peer Evaluation”, Pennsylvania Economic Review 20, 2: 29-61 (Fall).
2013. “Do African Immigrants Enhance their Home Nations’ Trade with their Hosts?”, with Bedassa Tadesse, The Journal of Developing Areas 47, 2: 199-228 (Fall).
2013. “Is Cultural Distance a Determinant of International Migration Flows? Evidence from Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands”, Economics Bulletin 33, 3: 2156-2168 (August).
2013. “Asset Ownership and the Probability of Repayment: An Examination of Microcredit Data from Bangladesh”, with Shamma Adeeb Alam, Development Policy Review 31, 3: 343-368 (May).
2012. “Do Immigrants Enhance International Trade in Services? The Case of US Tourism Services Exports”, with Bedassa Tadesse, International Journal of Tourism Research 14, 6: 567-585 (November/December).