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Publications 2015

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1. Bandyopadhyay, Siddhartha, and Bryan C. McCannon. 2015. “Prosecutorial Retention: Signaling by Trial.” Journal of Public Economic Theory 17(2): 219-256.

2. Bologna, Jamie. 2015. “A Spatial Analysis of Entrepreneurship and Institutional Quality:Evidence from U.S. Metropolitan Areas.”Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 44(2): 109-131.

3. Bologna, Jamie, and Amanda Ross. 2015. “Entrepreneurship and Corruption: Evidence from Brazilian Municipalities.” Public Choice 165(1-2): 59-77.

4. Che, Xiagang, and Brad R. Humphreys. 2015. “Competition between Sports Leagues:Theory and Evidence on Rival League Formation in North America.” Review of Industrial Organization 46(2):127-143.

5. Detotto, Claudio, Bryan C. McCannon, and Marco Vannini. 2015. “Evidence of Marginal Deterrence: Kidnapping and Murder in Italy.” International Review of Law and Economics 41(1): 63-67.

6. Eriksen, Michael D., and Amanda Ross. 2015. “Housing Vouchers and the Price of Rental Housing.” American Economic Journal:Economic Policy 7(3): 154-176.

7. Hall, Joshua C., and Kaitlyn Harger. 2015. “Teaching Students to ‘Do’ Public Choice in an Undergraduate Public Sector Course.” Journal of Economics and Finance Education 14(2): 66-75.

8. Hall, Joshua C., Kaitlyn Harger, and Dean Stansel. 2015. “Economic Freedom and Recidivism: Evidence from US States.” International Advances in Economic Research 21(2): 155-165.

9. Hall,Joshua C., and Marta Podemska-Mikluch. 2015. “Teaching the Economic Way of Thinking through Op-eds.” International Review of Economic Education 19(1): 13-21.

10. Hall,Joshua C., Amanda Ross, and Christopher Yencha. 2015. “The Political Economy of Subsidized Commercial Air Service.” Public Choice 165(1-2): 147-164.

11. Hoffer, Adam, Brad R. Humphreys, Donald J. Lacombe, and Jane E. Ruseski. 2015. “Trendsin NCAA Athletic Spending Arms Race or Rising Tide?” Journal of Sports Economics 16(6): 576-596.

12. Howden, David, and Yang Zhou. 2015. “Why Did China's Population Grow so Quickly?” The Independent Review 20(2): 227-248.

13. Humphreys, Brad R., and Jane Ruseski. 2015. “The Economic Choice of Participation and Time Spent in Physical Activity and Sport in Canada.” International Journal of Sport Finance 10(2): 42-61.

14. Humphreys, Brad. R., and Li Zhou. 2015. “The Louis-Schmelling Paradox and the League Standing Effect Reconsidered." Journal of Sports Economics 16(8): 835-852.

15. Humphreys, Brad R., and Li Zhou. 2015. “Sports Facilities, Agglomeration, and Public Subsidies.” Regional Science and Urban Economics 54(1): 60-73.

16.  Humphreys, Brad R., and Li Zhou. 2015. “Reference-Dependent Preferences, Team Relocations, and Major League Expansion." Journal of Behavior and Organization 109(1): 10-25.

17. Kalenkoski,Charlene M., and Donald J. Lacombe. 2015. “Using Spatial Econometric Techniques to Analyze the Joint Employment Decisions of Spouses.” Journal of Labor Research 36(1): 67-77.

18. Lacombe, Donald J., and James P. LeSage. 2015. “Using Bayesian Posterior Model Probabilities to Identify Omitted Variables in Spatial Regression Models.” Papers in Regional Science 94(2):365-384.

19. Marselli, Riccardo, Bryan C. McCannon, and Marco Vannini. 2015. “Bargaining in the Shadow of Arbitration.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 117(1): 356-368.

20. McCannon, Bryan C. 2015. “Replacement Referees and the NFL Betting Markets.” Journal of Gambling Business and Economics 9(2): 14-26.

21. McCannon, Bryan C., and Jeffrey Peterson. 2015. “Born for Finance? Experimental Evidence of the Impact of Finance Education.” Journal of Behavioral Finance 16(3): 199-205.

22. Olson, Eric, and Andrew T. Young. 2015. “Discretionary Monetary Policy, Quantitative Easing, and the Decline of U.S. Labor Share.” Economics and Business Letters 4(2): 63-78.

23. Sheehan, Kathleen, and Andrew T. Young. 2015. “It’s a Small World After All: Internet Access and Institutional Quality.” Contemporary Economy Policy 33(4): 649-667.

24. Tarabar, Danko, and Joshua C. Hall. “The Seventeenth Amendment, Senate Ideology, and the Growth of Government.” Applied Economics Letters 22(8): 637-640.

25. Wiseman, Travis, and Andrew T. Young. 2015. “Is Foreign Aid a Pure Public Good for Donor Country Citizens?” Constitutional Political Economy 26(4): 421-433.

26. Young, Andrew T. 2015. “From Caesar to Tacitus: Changes in Early Germanic Governance circa 50 BC –50 AD.” Public Choice 164(3):357-378.

27. Williams, Michael, and Joshua C. Hall. 2015. “Hackerspaces: A Case Study in the Creation and Management of a Common Pool Resource.” Journal of Institutional Economics 11(4): 769-781.