with Barbara Taylor and George Santopietro, "Does Active Learning Improve Student Performance? Results from a Quantity Theory Game." Draft, November 2006
"The Impact of Tablet PC Presentation on Student Learning in Introductory Macroeconomics," Draft, November 2006.
"Putting the TEA in Teaching: Theory, Evidence, Analysis Assignments for Macro Principles," Presented at the Seventeenth Annual Robert Morris University/McGraw-Hill Teaching Economics Conference, February 2006
"'From an Early Age': Ethnic Differences in Child Labor in 1907" Presented at the annual meetings of the Social Science History Association, October 2000.
“Family Income and Child Labor in Carolina Cotton Mills,” Social Science History, Fall 1997.
“Charles Bullock,” in Business Cycles and Depressions: an Encyclopedia, ed. by David Glassner. New York: Garland Publishing, 1997.
“Explaining the Decline of Child labor in Pennsylvania Silk Mills, 1899-1919,” Pennsylvania History, Winter 1996.
“Does Economic Development Reduce Unemployment? Evidence from Virginia Local Labor Markets,” Virginia Association of Economists Papers and Proceedings, June 1994.
“Child Labor and Exploitation in Turn-of-the-Century Cotton Mills,” Explorations in Economic History, October 1993.
“The Effects of Tax Rates on New Manufacturing Location and Employment in Virginia,” Virginia Association of Economists Papers and Proceedings, June 1993.
“From Laissez-Faire to Welfare: The Growth of Government in Nineteenth-Century England,” Nineteenth-Century Studies, April 1989.
“Another Look at Comparable Worth’s Impact on Black Women,” (with Margaret Schwarz) The Review of Black Political Economy, Winter 1988.