The Link Between Gentrification, Children’s Egocentric Food Environment, and Obesity. With Jeehee Han, Brian Elbel, and Amy Ellen Schwartz in Housing Policy Debate (2022).
Do Long Bus Rides Drive Down Academic Outcomes? With Sarah A Cordes and Amy Ellen Schwartz in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis (2022).
Riding the Yellow School Bus: Equity in bus transportation across districts, schools, and students. With Meryle Weinstein, Sarah A Cordes, and Amy Ellen Schwartz in Urban Education (2022).
Chinese Hukou Policy and Rural-to-Urban Migrants’Health: Evidence from Matching Methods. With Marta Bengoa in Eastern Economic Journal (2020).
Why Doesn’t Everyone Get a Bus? Understanding Inequities in School Bus Transportation Across Schools and Students in New York City. With Meryle Weinstein, Sarah A. Cordes, and Amy Ellen Schwartz in Green Schools Catalyst Quarterly (2020).
Can School Buses Drive Down (Chronic) Absenteeism? With Sarah A. Cordes, Michele Leardo, and Amy Ellen Schwartz in Absent from School: Understanding and Addressing Student Absenteeism, Harvard Education Press (2019).
Can Public School Buses Help Solve the Urban Congestion Problem?, EdWorkingPaper: 23-832 (under review at Regional Science and Urban Economics)
Modeling Air Pollution-Related Health Benefits of Transportation Policies: A Collaboration Between Academic Researchers and Environmental Justice Organizations (under review at Community Science)
Did the End of Desegregation Drive Down Bus Spending?
Using Pupil Transportation Data to Explore Educational Inequities and Outcomes: A Case Study from New York City. with Sarah A Cordes, Samantha Trajkovski, Meryle Weinstein, and Amy Ellen Schwartz. Center for Policy Research Working Paper Series, WP-243, December 2021.
Should New York City Cut School Bus Service? with Amy Ellen Schwartz, Sarah Cordes, and Jeffrey Zabel in Gotham Gazette (August 26, 2020).