"There is nothing more horrible than the murder
of beautiful theory by a brutal gang of facts."
-- La Rochefoucauld
"The first lesson of economics is scarcity: there is never enough
of anything to fully satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson
of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics."
-- Thomas Sowell
Assistant Professor of Finance and EconomicsDepartment of Finance and Economics
Rutgers Business School
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
100 Rockafeller Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Email: frank.mcintyre at rutgers edu
You can find my SSRN page here.
"Which explanations for gender differences in competition are consistent with a simple theoretical model?" with Christopher Cotton, Joseph Price, and Cheng Li. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics Vol 59:1 (2015)
"Lawyers Steer Clients toward Lucrative Filings: Evidence from Consumer Bankruptcies." with Laura Summers and Daniel Sullivan. American Law and Economics Review 17:1 (2015)
"Beyond Education and Fairness: A Labor Market Taxation Model for the Great Gatsby Curve" with Lars Lefgren and David Sims. Economic Inquiry Vol 53:2 (2015).
The Economic Value of a Law Degree" with Michael Simkovic. Journal of Legal Studies. Vol 43 (2014).
"Race, Prediction, and Pretrial Detention" with Shima Baradaran. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 10:4 (2013).
"Gender Differences in Repeated Competition: Evidence from School Math Contests" with Christopher Cotton and Joseph Price. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Vol 86 (2013).
"Predicting Violence" with Shima Baradaran. Texas Law Review. Vol 90:3 (2012).
"The Shape of Incunable Survival and Statistical Estimation of Lost Editions," with Jonathan Green and Paul Needham. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America. Vol 105:2 (2011).
"Chapter 7 or 13: Are Client or Lawyer Interests Paramount?" with Lars Lefgren and Michelle Miller. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy (Advances). Vol. 10 : Iss. 1 (2010).
"Explaining the Cross State Variation in Bankruptcy Rates," with Lars Lefgren. Journal of Law and Economics. May 2009.
"The Relationship Between Women's Education and Marriage Outcomes," with Lars Lefgren. Journal of Labor Economics. October 2006.
"The Effect of Macroeconomic Turbulence on Real Wage Levels and the Wage Structure: Brazil, 1981-1999" with John Pencavel. Economic Development and Cultural Change. July 2004.
"Winners and Losers of Federal and State Minimum Wages" with Thomas MaCurdy. Employment Policies Institute (2001).
"Helping Working Poor Families." with Thomas MaCurdy. Employment Policies Institute (2004)
"Can gender differences in competition explain the achievement gap?" with Christopher Cotton and Joseph Price. Vox. (2010)
"Populist Outrage, Reckless Empirics: A Review of Failing Law Schools" with Michael Simkovic. Northwestern University Law Review Online. (2014)
"Lost Incunable Editions: Closing in on an Estimate" With Jonathan Green. Chapter in Lost Books: Reconstructing the Print World of Pre-Industrial Europe. Ed. by Andrew Pettegree and Flavia Bruni. Leiden: Brill. (Forthcoming)
"Explaining the Male Advantage in Competition" with Christopher Cotton and Joseph Price
"An Empirical Model of Illegal Work"
"Did BAPCPA Deter the Wealthy? The 2005 Bankruptcy Reform's Effect on Filings Across the Income and Asset Distribution" with Tim Layton and Daniel Sullivan.
"Long-Term Income Stagnation Among the Bankrupt," with Daniel Sullivan.
"Intergenerational Effects in Credit Market Outcomes" work in progress with Michelle Miller