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Publications 2017

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  1. Cebula, R., Hall, J., Tackett, M. 2017. “Nonpublic Competition and Public School Performance: Evidence from West Virginia.” Applied Economics 49(12): 1185-1193.
  2. Chamlee-Wright, E., Hall, J., Grube, L. 2017.  “Cultivating the Liberally Educated Mind through A Signature Program.” Journal of Economic Education 48(1): 34-44.
  3. Clark, J.R., Hall, J., Harrison, A., 2017. “The Relative Value of AEA Economic Education Papers.” Journal of Economics and Finance Education  16(3): 11-19.
  4. Congleton, R. 2017. “Robert Tollison and the Economics of Politics.” Public Choice 171: 23-28.
  5. Congleton, R., Batinti, A., Pietratonio, R. 2017.  “The Electoral Politics and Evolution of Complex Healthcare Systems.” Kyklos 70(4): 483-510.
  6. Courtland, S. 2017. “A Defense of Senate Obstructionism.” In Ethics in Politics by David Killoren, Emily Crookston & Jonathan Trerise, editors. Routledge, 91-106.
  7. Courtland, S. 2017. “Hobbesian Right to Healthcare.” Journal of Applied Philosophy 34: 99-113.
  8. Feddersen, A., Humphreys, B., Soebbing, B. 2017. “Sentiment Bias and Asset Prices: Evidence from Sports Betting Markets and Social Media.” Economic Inquiry 55(2): 1110-1129.
  9. Glock, E. 2017. “Netting Out Taxes and Transfers.” Tax Notes 154(8): 1017-1020.
  10. Glock, E. 2017. “Review: Brett Christophers’s, The Great Leveler: Capitalism and Competition in the Court of Law.” Law and History Review 35(3): 835-837.
  11. Glock, E. 2017. “The Rise and Fall of the First Government-Sponsored Enterprise: The Federal Land Banks, 1916-1932.” Business History Review 90(4): 623-645.
  12. Glock, E. February 8, 2017. “A New Role: The Retired Justice.” Chicago Tribune.
  13. Hall, J. 2017. “A ‘Model’ Model: McCloskey on the Craft of Economics,” in Ideas and Influence of Deirdre Nansen McCloskey. Volume IX in The Annual Proceedings of the Wealth and Well-Being of Nations. Beloit: Beloit College Press, 113-128.
  14. Hall, J. 2017. “Does School District and Municipal Border Congruence Matter?” Urban Studies 54(7): 1601-1618.
  15. Hall, J., Karadas, S., Schlosky, M. 2017. “Abnormal Returns from Joining U.S. Congress? Evidence from New Members.” Journal of Financial Economic Policy 9(4): 450-474.
  16. Hall, J., Humphreys, B., Pyun, H. 2017. “An Inventory of Sports Economics Courses in the U.S.” International Journal of Sports Finance 12(1): 3-13.
  17. Hall, J., Lacombe, D., Pruitt, J. 2017. “Collective Bargaining and School District Test Scores: Evidence from Ohio Bargaining Agreements.” Applied Economics Letters  24(1): 35-38.
  18. Hall, J., Lawson, R., Roychoudhury, S., 2017. “Creating the Environment for Entrepreneurship through Economic Freedom,” in Public Policy, Productive and Unproductive Entrepreneurship: The Impact of Public Policy on Entrepreneurial Outcomes  by Greg Randolph, Michael Tasto and Rob Salvino, editors. Northhampton: Edward Elgar Publishing, 6-25.
  19. Hall, J., Pokharel, S. 2017. “Does the Median Voter or Special Interests Determine State Highway Expenditures? Recent Evidence.” Atlantic Economic Journal 45(1): 59-69.
  20. Humphreys, B., Nowak, A. 2017. “Professional Sports Facilities, Teams and Property Values: Evidence from NBA Team Departures.” Regional Science and Urban Economics 66(1): 39-51.
  21. Humphreys, B., Pyun, H. 2017. “Monopsony Exploitation in Professional Sport: Evidence from Major League Baseball Position Players, 2000-2011.” Managerial and Decision Economics 38(5): 676-688.
  22. Humphreys, B., Ruseski, J., Yang, J. 2017. “Consumer Spending on Spectator Sports, Physical Activity, and Gambling: Evidence from Canada.” in The Economics of Sports Betting by Plácido Rodríguez, Brad R. Humphreys, and Robert Simmons, editors. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 5-20.
  23. Johnson, C., Hall, J. 2018. “Do National Basketball Association Players Need Higher Salaries to Play in High Tax States? Evidence from Free Agents.” Applied Economics Letters 25(5): 359-361.
  24. Malone, T., Hall, J. 2017. “Can Liberalization of Local Food Marketing Channels Influence Local Economies? A Case Study of West Virginia’s Craft Beer Distribution Laws.” Economics and Business Letters 6(2): 48-52.
  25. Mangano, J., Hall, J. 2017. “Exitability and Economic Freedom: Evidence from the US.” International Advances in Economic Research 23(4): 427-428.
  26. McCannon, B. 2017. “Who Pays Taxes? Liturgies, and the Antidosis Procedure in Ancient Athens.” Constitutional Political Economy 28(4), 407-421.
  27. McCannon, B., Bandyopadhyay, S. 2017. “Flying Blind: Voter Information and Prosecutor Behavior.” Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society 18(3): 101-104.
  28. McCannon, B., DeAngelo, G. 2017. “Theory of Mind Predicts Cooperative Behavior.”  Economics Letters 155(1): 1-4.
  29. McCannon, B., Ghosh, S. 2017. “Growth-Enhancing Economic Freedom.” Journal of Financial Economic Policy 9(2): 209-224.
  30. McCannon, B., Stevens, J. 2017. “Role of Personality Style on Bargaining Outcomes.” International Journal of Social Economics 44(9): 1166-1196.
  31. Neto, A., Erfanian, E. 2017. “Scientific Output: Labor or Capital Intensive? An Analysis for Selected Countries.” Scientometrics 112(1): 461-482.
  32. Pruitt, J. 2017. “Review of The Politics of Poverty Reduction by Paul Mosely.” Review of Regional Studies 47: 338-340.
  33. Pruitt, J., Hall, J. 2017.  “Are State Governments Revenue Maximizers? Evidence from the Sales Tax.” Economics Bulletin 37(4): 1-6.
  34. Sacks, M., Carvalho, J., Koyama, M. 2017. “Education,Identity, and Community: Lessons from Jewish Emancipation.” Public Choice 171(1-2): 119-143.

  35. Yonk, R., Stevens, L., Wardle, A., Hall, J. 2017. “The Renewable Fuel Standard’s Effect on Corn Belt Income and Unemployment.” Oil, Gas, & Energy Quarterly 65(3):93-112.
  36. Zhou, Y.  2017. “Review of Matthew. E. Kahn and Siqi Zheng, Blue Skies Over Beijing: Economic Growth and the Environment in China.” Review of Regional Studies 47(1): 115-117.
  37. Zhou, Y. 2018.  “Do Ideology Movements and Legal Intervention Matter: A Synthetic Control Analysis of the Chongqing Model.” European Journal of Political Economy 51: 44-56.