Publications (Peer-Reviewed):

Inflation Expectations and the Price at the Pump (2018) Journal of Macroeconomics 58: 1-18.

Household Informedness and Long-Run Inflation Expectations: Experimental Evidence (2018, with Alex Rodrigue) Southern Economic Journal 85(2): 580-598.

Inequality, Redistribution, and the Individualism-Collectivism Dimension of Culture (2019) Social Indicators Research 142(3): 1175-1192.

The FOMC versus the Staff, Revisited: When do Policymakers Add Value? (2018, with Samantha Wetzel) Economics Letters 171: 72-75.

Federal Reserve Communication and the Media (2017) Journal of Media Economics 30(4):191-214.

Interest Rate Prominence in Consumer Decisionmaking (2017) Economic Inquiry 52(2): 875-894.

Consumer Forecast Revisions: Is Information Really So Sticky? (2017) Economics Letters. 161:112-115.

Measuring Uncertainty Based on Rounding: New Method and Application to Inflation Expectations (2017) Journal of Monetary Economics 90: 1-12.

Economic Policy Uncertainty and Household Inflation Uncertainty (2017) The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics 17(2).

Fed Speak on Main Street: Central Bank Communication and Household Expectations (2017) Journal of Macroeconomics 52:238-251.

Estimation of Historical Inflation Expectations (2016) Explorations in Economic History 61:1-31.

Whose Expectations Augment the Phillips Curve? (2015) Economics Letters 136: 35-38.

Working Papers:

Political Pressure on Central Banks

Inequality and the Inflation Tax

Panel Conditioning in the Survey of Consumer Expectations

Central Bank Communication and Disagreement about the Natural Rate Hypothesis

Long-Run Inflation Expectations in the Shrinking Upper Tail

Stuck in the Seventies: Gas Prices and Macroeconomic Expectations (with Christos Makridis)

Comment: “Is the Phillips Curve Alive and Well After All? Inflation Expectations and the Missing Disinflation”

Policy Reports and Non Peer-Reviewed Publications:

Should the Fed’s dual mandate be changed to center entirely on inflation? Pro/Con: Carola Binder on the Federal Reserve. In “The Federal Reserve,” Sage Business Researcher, April 10, 2017.

Interest-Rate Neglect among Millennials could Bring Monetary Policy Challenges. International Banker, March 10, 2017.

Digging into the Downward Trend in Consumer Inflation Expectations. With Randall Verbrugge. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Economic Commentary, September 2016.

Monetary Rules and Targets: Finding the Best Path to Full Employment. With Haverford College student Alex Rodrigue. Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Full Employment Project, September 2016. Also see Huffington Post article.

Rewriting the Rules of the Federal Reserve for Broad and Stable Growth Roosevelt Institute, December 2015.

Testimony on the Full Employment Federal Reserve Act of 2015. Presented at a Congressional briefing hosted by the House Full Employment Caucus on December 1, 2015.

Mexico Today: Paths to a Democratic Future (with Haverford College students Zuzana Manhartova, and Diana Schoder). Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies,Fall 2015.

Mexico’s Second Land Reform . Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies, Spring 2015.

Brazil: Progress and Pessimism. Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies, Fall 2014.

Inequality: Unrigging the Game. Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies, Fall 2014.

Pedagogy Publications:

Practicing Virtue in Teaching and Learning. Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education, Spring 2016.