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Recent Publications:

Inferring Risk Perceptions and Preferences Using Choice from Insurance Menus: Theory and Evidence
Ericson, Keith Marzilli, Philipp Kircher, Johannes Spinnewijn, and Amanda Starc. “Inferring Risk Perceptions and Preferences Using Choice from Insurance Menus: Theory and Evidence.” The Economic Journal, forthcoming.

Directed Search and Competitive Search Equilibrium: A Guided Tour
Wright, Randall, Philipp Kircher, Benoît Julien, and Veronica Guerrieri. “Directed Search and Competitive Search Equilibrium: A Guided Tour.” Journal of Economic Literature, forthcoming.

The Impact of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes on Purchases: Evidence from Four City-Level Taxes in the United States
Cawley, John, David Frisvold, and David Jones. "The impact of sugar‐sweetened beverage taxes on purchases: Evidence from four city‐level taxes in the United States." Health Economics 29, no. 10 (October 2020): 1289-1306.

Read these papers and explore a listing of other recent publications here.

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Student Spotlight: Seongheon Yoon '19

Recent Economics graduate, Seongheon Yoon '19, says "before college, I always thought of myself as a 'humanities' or 'social sciences' person and couldn't imagine taking quantitative classes. However, through classes like statistics, econometrics, and data science that I (not so willingly) took to fufill the requirements, I learned the power and beauty of quantitatively analyzing data to support qualitative arguments."

Read the full College of Arts & Sciences profile of Seongheon, or click the links below to explore more profiles of recent Economics alumni: