Publications:"Prison Gangs and the Community Responsibility System" (with David Skarbek, forthcoming at The Review of Behavioral Economics)
Roth, M. Garrett. 2011. "Resource Allocation and Voter Calculus in a Multicandidate Election." Public Choice 148: 337-51. (working paper version)
Working Papers:"Because I Deserve This: The Demographics of Public and Personal Debt"
"Social Cooperation Under Variable Time Preference"
"How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Polarization"
"Moving Against the Median Voter: Voter Unrest and Preference Uncertainty in a Two-Party Spatial Model"
"Feedback Loops in Multicandidate Political Competition"
"The Impact of Endogenous Time Preference on Public Debt"
"Reconciling Competing Systems of Property Rights Through Adverse Possession"
"Political Campaigning as a Sequential Game: An Empirical Analysis"
"Political Shocks and the Optimal Sequence of Campaign Expenditure"
Economics 101 - Principles of Economics (Fall 2013): Syllabus
Economics 444 - Senior Seminar: Politics without Romance: Syllabus
Political Science 139 - Conflict, Collusion, and Cooperation (Fall 2011, Spring 2012): Syllabus
St. Lawrence University:
Economics 100 - Introduction to Economics (Fall 2010, Spring 2011): Syllabus
Economics 248A - Government by Consensus: Voting Rules and Social Choice (Fall 2010): Syllabus
Economics 144 - The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination (Summer 2008, Summer 2009): Syllabus
Economics 483M - Applications of Game Theory to Business and Public Policy (Summer 2010): Syllabus