Processes that allow people to partake in local financial affairs
The impact of pork‐barrel capital funding in schools: Evidence from participatory budgeting in NYC (with Michah Rothbart and David Schwegman). Public Budgeting & Finance, forthcoming.
Toward a positive theory of public participation in government: Variations in New York City's participatory budgeting. Public Administration, forthcoming.
Does participatory budgeting change the share of public funding to low income neighborhoods? (with Robert Bifulco). Public Budgeting & Finance, 2019, 39(1), 45-66.
“Introduction to school participatory budgeting” (with Tina Nabatchi)
Property tax assessment appeals
The role of organized groups in administrative burdens of property taxation. Journal of Behavioral Public Administration, 2021, 4(1).
Property tax assessment appeals in the United States: Overview of patterns and trends.
Direct public assistance to businesses and its contributions to neighborhood revitalization.
The effect of BLM protests on individual preferences for local police spending (with Ikhwan Kweon)
Factors that affect state and local fiscal health
Technological change and the distribution of local tax revenue across space (with David Agrawal)
How does administrative capacity influence the ability of government organizations to navigate burdensome rules?
Comparing the impact of federal emergency aid at state and local levels
The opioid crisis
Fiscal impacts of the opioid crisis on state and local governments: How big? (with Robert Bifulco)