Thomas Stratmann

Current Research

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RECENTLY PUBLISHED PAPERS:

·             Leive, Adam and Thomas Stratmann. (2015). "Cancer Screening Guidelines and Mortality." Journal of Population Economics.

·             Nye, John V., Ilia Rainer, and Thomas Stratmann. (2013). "Do Black Mayors Improve Black Employment Outcomes? Evidence from Large U.S. Cities."

·             Stratmann, Thomas. (2013). "The Effects of Earmarks on the Likelihood of Reelection.European Journal of Political Economy.

·             Stratmann, Thomas. (2013). "Campaign Finance," in The Elgar Companion to Public Choice.

·             Neelsen, Sven and Thomas Stratmann. (2012). "Early-Life Famine Exposure and Later-Life Outcomes: Evidence from Survivors of the Greek Famine," in Early Life Nutrition and Adult Health and Development. Editor: Alexander Vaiserman.

·             Klick, Jon, Sven Neelsen, and Thomas Stratmann. (2012). "The Effect of Abortion Liberalization on Sexual Behavior: International Evidence." American Law and Economics Review.

·             Klick, Jonathan, John MacDonald and Thomas Stratmann. (2012). "Mobile Phones and Crime Deterrence: An Underappreciated Link," in: Handbook of Law and Economics: Criminal Law. Editor: Keith Hylton.

·             Stratmann, Thomas and John W. Welborn. (2012). "The Options Market Maker Exception to SEC Regulation SHO."

·             Houser, Daniel and Thomas Stratmann. (2012). "Gordon Tullock and Experimental Economics.Public Choice.

·             Neelsen, Sven and Thomas Stratmann. (2012). "Long-Run Effects of Fetal Influenza Exposure: Evidence from Switzerland.Social Science and Medicine.

 

FORTHCOMING PAPERS:

·             Stratmann, Thomas and J.W. Verret (forthcoming) “How Does Corporate Political Activity Allowed by Citizens United v. FEC Affect Shareholder Wealth?. Law and Economics.

·             Makowsky, Michael D. and Thomas Stratmann (forthcoming) “Politics, Unemployment, and the Enforcement of Immigration Law.” Public Choice.

·             Hedengren, Dave and Thomas Stratmann (forthcoming). “Is There Adverse Selection in Life Insurance Markets?.Economic Inquiry.

·             Houser, Daniel, Sandra Ludwig, and Thomas Stratmann. (2013). "Deception and Political Participation: Theory and Laboratory Evidence." Economic Inquiry. 

 

RECENT WORKING PAPERS:

·             Maaser, Nicola; Stratmann, Thomas (2014) :Distributional Consequences of Political Representation.Beiträge zur Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik 2014: Evidenzbasierte Wirtschaftspolitik - Session: Collective Decision Making I, No. A06-V3.

·             Russ, Jacob and Thomas Stratmann (2014) “Missing Sticks:  Property Institutions and Income Dissipation in Indian Country.

·             Militaru, Andreea and Thomas Stratmann (2014) “The Political Economy of Sales Tax and Sales Tax Exemptions.

·             Aimone, Jason Anthony, Luigi Butera, and Thomas Stratmann (2014) “Altruistic Punishment in Elections.

·             Peirce, Hester, Ian C. Robinson, and Thomas Stratmann (2014) “How Are Small Banks Faring Under Dodd-Frank?

·             Stratmann, Thomas and John W. Welborn (2014). “Informed Short Selling in High Fail-to-Deliver Stocks.

·             Russ, Jacob W. and Thomas Stratmann. (2013). “Creeping Normalcy:  Fractionation of Indian Land Ownernship.”

·             Fink, Alexander and Thomas Stratmann. (2013). "U.S. Housing Prices and the Fukushima Nuclear Accident: To Update, or Not to Update, that is the Question."

·             Mitchell, Matthew and Thomas Stratmann. (2014). "Wireless Taxes and Fees: A Tragedy of the Anticommons."

·             Hendengren, David and Thomas Stratmann. (2012). "The Dog that Didn't Bark: What Item Nonresponse Shows about Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Ability."

·             Stratmann, Thomas, and John W. Welborn. (2012). "Exchange-Traded Funds, Fails-to-Deliver, and Market Volatility."


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