Selected Coverage of papers:
-Political Parties And Labor Market Outcomes. Evidence From U.S. States
Selected Coverage: LSE-USAPP, Work in Progress.
-The Effect of High School Shootings on Schools and Student Performance (with Don Kim)
Selected Coverage: Labour Market Matters, The Conversation, The Advocate, The Wall Street Journal, Hufftington Post, The daily Beast, The Washington Post, The Academic Minute, Voice Of America Blog, La Conversation (Fr), Liberation (Fr), Huffington Post (Fr), Folha De S. Paulo (Brazil).
-Ill Communication: Technology, Distraction and Student Performance (with Richard Murphy)
US: The Conversation, Time Magazine Educ, Time Magazine Tech, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, CNN, CBS News, Hufftington Post, Forbes, Boston Globe, NY Magazine, The Atlantic, The Onion, MTV.
UK: The Guardian, The Observer, BBC, BBC News, The Independent, TheDailyMail, The Times UK, Birmingham Mail, The Telegraph, Huffington Post , The Register, CentrePiece.
Other countries: CBC News (Canada), Journal de Montreal (Canada), La Presse (Canada), TheGlobeandMail (Canada), The Star (Canada), El Manana (Mexico), The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The Courier Mail (Australia), Herald Sun (Australia), The New Zealand Herald (NZ), Die Welt (Germany), Süddeutsche Zeitung (Germany), Spiegel (Germany), El Mundo (spain), Marie Claire Mag (France), Europe1 (France), LeMonde (france), Publico (Portugal), Fortune Greece (Greece), Corriere della Sera (Italia), La Stampa (Italia), Göteborgs-Posten (Sweden), Svenska Dagbladet (Sweden), Gestion (Peru), Folha de S. Paulo (Brazil), The Korea Times (South Korea), Tribune India (India), Business Standard (India), The Times of India (India).
Organization: World Economic Forum, Education Week, Consumer Affairs.
Recent policy Impact: Presentation at the Education Council of Australia
-Polluting Politics (with Vincent Boucher)
Selected Coverage: Pacific Standard Magazine
-Traffic And Crime (With Danny Brent)
Selected Coverage: The conversation, Salon, Scientific American, KCRW -Los Angeles, The New York Times - TheUpshot, Hindustan Times (india), Spektrum der Wissenschaft (Germany).
-The Short-Term Economic Consequences of COVID-19: Exposure to Disease, Remote Work and Government Response (W/ Abel Brodeur and Taylor Wright)
Selected Coverage: IZA Newsroom
-The short-term Economic Consequences of COVID-19: Occupation Tasks and Mental Health in Canada (W/ Abel Brodeur, Derek Mikola and Taylor Wright)
Selected Coverage: The Conversation
-Banning mobile phones in schools can improve students' performance. This is how we know", The Conversation, March 2021.
-"Here's how the coronavirus is affecting Canada's labour market", The Conversation , May 2020.
-"The stress of sitting in traffic can lead to more crime", The Conversation, February 2017.
Reprinted in: Scientific American
-"Under Democratic governors, Blacks are more likely to work, decreasing their earnings gap with whites." LSE-USAPP Blog , November 2015
Reprinted in: Work in Progress.
-"La difficile scolarité des rescapés d’une fusillade à l'école", The Conversation - France, September 2015
Reprinted in: Liberation (Fr), Huffington Post (Fr),
-"After school shootings, students fare poorly in math, English" The Conversation, June 2015
-"How smart is it to allow students to use mobile phones at school?", The Conversation, May 2015.
Reprinted in: Time Magazine Educ