The Weeds, March 5 2019. But seriously, how are you going to pay for it?
Bloomberg, March 4 2019. The Dark Side to Making Tax Returns Public.
The Ladders, December 26 2018. Need to get motivated?
Anderson Review, December 5 2018. Do People Donate Money to Signal Their Intelligence?
Financial Times, November 28 2018. Should you decide what you are paid?
The Morning Call, November 29 2018. Catholic church facing declining dollars.
Knowledge@Wharton, November 20 2018. Taxpayers Hate to Lose.
Anderson Review, November 14 2018. Shaming of Tax Delinquents Works.
Business Insider, November 11 2018. Pay Transparency Study.
New York Times, November 1 2018. Happy National Jealousy Day!
Bankrate, October 31 2018. You probably haven’t shared your salary with a co-worker.
Harvard Business Review, October 25 2018. The Motivating (and Demotivating) Effects of Learning Others’ Salaries.
Strategy+Business, October 25 2018. What Happens When the Salary-Secrecy Taboo Is Broken?
MarketWatch, October 16 2018. Most people keep their salaries a secret.
The Atlantic, October 16 2018. The Extreme Discomfort of Sharing Salary Information.
Forbes, October 11 2018. Knowing What Your Boss Earns Can Make You Work Harder.
Anderson Review, August 29 2018. In a Global Church.
Anderson Review, August 22 2018. It’s OK if the Boss Earns More.
Paradigm Money, August 13 2018. Should Bosses Tell Employees What they Make?
Benefits Pro, August 16 2018. Salary disclosures can motivate employees.
The Ladders, August 8 2018. We work harder when our boss makes more than we thought.
Wall Street Journal, August 6 2018. My Boss Makes What?!
West Australian, August 6 2018. Secrets of Pay Transparency.
MarketWatch, July 25 2018. Employees actually work harder if they think their boss gets a big fat paycheck.
Anderson Review, May 16 2018. Citizens Not Fooled by Fake Statistics.
Anderson Review, March 14 2018. Campaign Contributions Swayed by Neighbors’ Politics.
VoxDev, February 14 2018. Tax audits as scarecrows: Evidence from Uruguay.
Anderson Review, January 31 2018. Boo! Does Merely Mentioning an Audit Increase Taxpayer Compliance?
Anderson Review, January 3 2018. $54,000 a Year: It Feels Like More If Your Neighbors Make Less.
Ozy, January 3 2018. Could tax transparency lead to greater equality?
The Economist, October 28 2017. Firms should make more information about salaries public.
MIT News, July 31 2017. Public Perceptions of Inflation.
Attn, July 26 2017. Want to Know What Your Coworkers Make?.
Fusion, November 11 2016. Trump won’t release his tax returns.
TaxVox, October 4 2016. Transparency, Tax Returns, and Tax Reform.
Quartz, September 17 2016. In Norway, you can browse everyone’s tax returns.
The Economist, April 16 2016. Tax transparency: When Less is More.
Up Front (Brookings), March 14 2016. Considering the source: How we perceive inflation data.
Secular Policy Institute, November 6 2015. The Price of Predatory Priests.
The Tablet, November 4 2015. U.S. Catholic Church paid $4bn in abuse compensation.
National Catholic Reporter, November 2 2015. Drop in giving in areas hit by sex abuse scandal.
U.S. News, October 8 2015. Knowing Your Neighbor’s Tax Status.
Pacific Standard, September 10 2015. The Continuing Cost of Catholicism’s Sex Abuse Scandals.
Stateline, May 28 2015. Tax Scofflaws in Virtual ‘Stocks’.
New York Times, April 15 2015. Shaming Those Who Skip Out on Taxes.
Boston Globe, April 15 2015. Shaming Tax Evaders.
Vox, March 20 2015. Should we publicly shame delinquent taxpayers?
National Public Radio (NPR), February 25 2015. How Peer Pressure May Encourage Tax Delinquents To Pay Up. (includes audio)
New Orleans Local News, February 25 2015. Should the government shame tax cheats into paying up?.
Charlotte News, February 25 2015. Public Shaming Makes People Pay Their Taxes (includes video). Also Covered by: Statesman, WFTV News, WSB-TV Atlanta News, Palm Beach Post, Newsy, among others.
The Corner (National Review), February 19 2015. Publicly Shaming Delinquent Taxpayers.
U.S. News, February 19 2015. Named and Shamed.
Vox, November 10 2014. Influencing household inflation expectations.
The Daily Stat, July 11. 2014. Declines in donations outweigh direct costs of Catholic priest scandals.
Vox, December 16 2013. Social incentives and campaign contributions.
Marginal Revolution, February 20 2012. What are the costs of signaling at a macro level?
New York Times Economix, April 27 2011. Everyone is middle class, right?