Kroft, Kory, Rene Leal-Vizcaino, Matthew J. Notowidigdo and Ting Wang (2021). “Parallel Inverse Aggregate Demand Curves in Discrete Choice Models“. forthcoming Economic Theory

Kroft, Kory, Jessica Gallant, Fabian Lange and Matthew J. Notowidigdo (2020). “Temporary Unemployment and Labor Market Dynamics During the COVID-19 RecessionOnline Appendix, forthcoming Brookings Papers on Economic Activity.

Kroft, Kory, Kavan Kucko, Etienne Lehmann and Johannes Schmieder (2020). “Optimal Income Taxation with Unemployment and Wage Responses: A Sufficient Statistics Approach“, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 12(1): 254-92. Online Appendix.

Kroft, Kory, Fabian Lange, Matthew J. Notowidigdo, and Matthew Tudball (2019). “Long Time Out: Unemployment and Joblessness in Canada and the United States“, Journal of Labor Economics, 37(S2).

Should Unemployment Insurance Vary With the Unemployment Rate? Theory and Evidence” (with Matthew J. Notowidigdo). Review of Economic Studies, 2016, 83(3): 1092-1124. Online Appendix

Long-Term Unemployment and the Great Recession: The Role of Composition, Duration Dependence and Non-Participation” (with Fabian Lange, Matthew J. Notowidigdo and Lawrence F. Katz). Journal of Labor Economics, 2016, 34(S1): S7-S54. Online Appendix

Duration Dependence and Labor Market Conditions: Evidence from a Field Experiment” (with Fabian Lange and Matthew J. Notowidigdo). Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2013, 128(3): 1123-1167.

Does Online Search Crowd-out Traditional Search and Improve Matching Efficiency? Evidence from Craigslist” (with Devin Pope). Journal of Labor Economics, 2014, 32(2): 259-303.

Salience and Taxation: Theory and Evidence” (with Raj Chetty and Adam Looney). American Economic Review, 2009, 99(4): 1145-1177. Online Appendix

Peer Effects in the Workplace: Evidence from Random Groupings in Professional Golf Tournaments” (with Jonathan Guryan and Matthew J. Notowidigdo). American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2009, 1(4): 34-68. Online Appendix

Takeup, Social Multipliers and Optimal Social Insurance“. Journal of Public Economics, 2008, 92: 722-737.