Policy Influence and Private Returns from Lobbying in the Energy Sector
The Review of Economic Studies (2016) 83 (1): 269-305.
Winning by Default: Why is There So Little Competition in Government Procurement?
Understanding Disparities in Punishment: Regulator Preferences and Expertise
Lobbyists as Matchmakers in the Market for Access
I have taught the following courses at Carnegie Mellon:
I teach Microeconomics (MEC 290) at Washington University in St. Louis.
Here are some useful links for those researching money and politics in the U.S.: