The Effect of Low-skilled Immigration on USPrices: Evidence from CPI Data Journal of Political Economy, 116(3), June 2008, pp. 381-42

 Low-skilled Immigration and the Labor Supply of Highly Skilled Women (With Jose Tessada) American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 3(3) July 2011, pp. 88-123.

Outsourcing Household Production: The Demand for Foreign Domestic Helpers and Native Labor Supply in Hong Kong(With Jessica Pan) Journal of Labor Economics, 31(2) Part 1, April 2013, pp. 327-371.

Foreign Nurse Importation and the Supply of Native Nurses (with Jessica Pan) Journal of Health Economics, 2014. Vol 37, Issue C164-180.

The Feminization of International Migration and its effects on the Families Left behind: Evidence from the Philippines. World Development, January 2015, Vol 65:62-78.

The Relative Quality of Foreign Nurses in the US (with Jessica Pan) Journal of Human Resources, 2015. Vol 50: 1009-1050.

Immigration and Occupational Choice: The Case of Nurses in the United States (with Jessica Pan) CESifo Economic Studies (Special Issue on Migration), 2015. Volume 61, No. 3/4. pp. 797-823.

Cross-Country Evidence on the Relationship between Overwork and Skilled Women’s Job Choices (with Jessica Pan), American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 2017. Vol 107 (5): 105-109. 
Occupation and Gender (with Jessica Pan). In  Susan L. Averett, Laura M. Argys and Saul D. Hoffman (eds), Oxford Handbook on Women and the Economy, forthcoming.

When Time Binds: Substitutes to Household Production, Returns to Working Long Hours and the Gender Wage Gap among the Highly Skilled (with Jessica Pan) Journal of Labor Economics, forthcoming.

Working Papers

 Social Norms, Labor Market Opportunities, and the Marriage Market Penalty for Skilled Women, with Marianne Bertrand, Claudia Olivetti, and Jessica Pan (R&R at the Review of Economic Studies)

 Prevalence of Long Hours and Skilled Women's Occupational Choices, with Jessica Pan (R&R at the Journal of Human Resources)