Yeomans, M., Mullainathan, S., Shah, A. & Kleinberg, J. Making Sense of Recommendations. Job Market Paper 

Yeomans, M. Seeking Surrogation: A preference for self-expression in word of mouth  Under Review

Natural Language of Decision-Making


Huang, K., Yeomans, M., Brooks, A.W., Minson, J. & Gino, F. It doesn't hurt to ask: Question-Asking increases liking. In Press. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

 Yeomans, M.,  Reich, J.  Planning Prompts Encourage and Forecast Goal Pursuit in MOOCs. Working Paper

Yeomans, M. The Straw Man Effect: Deconstructing Partisan Misrepresentation in Political Speech. Under Review

Robinson, C., Yeomans, M.,  Reich, J., Gelbach, H. & Huileman, C. Forecasting Student Achievement in MOOCs with Natural Language Processing

Frisancho, V., Karlan, D., Mullainathan, S., Valdivia, M. & Yeomans, M. Conditional Cash Transfers and Commitment Savings Accounts in the Dominican Republic. In Progress

Field Experiments in Pro-Social Behavior

Yeomans, M. & Herberich, D. (2014). An experimental test of the effect of negative social norms on energy-efficient investments. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 108, 187-197

Al-Ubaydli, O. & Yeomans, M. (2016) Do people donate more when they perceive a single beneficiary whom they know? A field experimental test of the identifiability effect. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics

Yeomans, M. & Al-Ubaydli, O. How Does Fundraising Affect Charitable Giving? Evidence from a field experiment with volunteers. Under Review

Other Writing

Yeomans, M. What Every Manager Should Know About Machine LearningHarvard Business Review