- "The Church, Intensive Kinship and Global Psychological Variation" (with Jonathan Beauchamp, Jonathan Schulz, and Joseph Henrich), Science, 366, eaau5141, November 2019.
“Kinship, Fractionalization and Corruption” (with Mahsa Akbari, and Erik Kimbrough), Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 166, October 2019, Pages 493-528.
SSHRC Storytellers Award Winner. See the video here
Job Market Paper: “Keeping It in the Family: Female Inheritance, Inmarriage and the Status of Women” [PDF]
Media Coverage: VoxDev
“An Experimental Study of Kin and Ethnic Favoritism” (with Mahsa Akbari, Erik Kimbrough, Pedro Romero, and Sadegh Alhosseini)
Works in progress
- “Kinship systems and economic development" (with Jonathan Beauchamp, Joseph Henrich, and Jonathan Schulz)
- “Tabulated nonsense? Testing the validity of the Ethnographic Atlas and the persistence of culture" (with Anke Becker and Joseph Henrich)
- “Kinship, favoritism, and impersonal cooperation: a cross cultural experiment" (with Erik Kimbrough and Joseph Henrich)
- “Rice agriculture, kinship ties, and female economic participation" (with Joseph Henrich)
- “Female inheritance: women’s autonomy and children’s outcomes"