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Scott A. Wentland, Julie L. Hass, Zachary Ancona, Kenneth J. Bagstad, James Boyd, Marina Gindelsky, and Jeremy G. Moulton. “Accounting for Land in the United States: Integrating Physical Land Cover, Land Use, and Monetary Valuation” Ecosystem Services, 46, 1011778.

Moulton, Jeremy, Bennie D. Waller, and Scott Wentland. “Who Benefits from Targeted Property Tax Relief? Evidence from Virginia Elections.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 37(2), 240-264.

Moulton, Jeremy. “The Great Depression of Income: Historical Estimates of the Longer-Run Impact of Entering the Labor Market During a Recession.” B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 17(4), 1-20.

Daniel O. Erim, Harrison E. Offing, Christine Kim, Folasade A. Bello, Jeremy Moulton, Stephanie B. Wheeler, and Harsha Thirumurthy (2018). “An evaluation of the impact of Nigeria’s Midwives Service Scheme using Demographic and Health Survey Data.” BMC Health Services Research, 18: 295.

Diebold, Jeffrey, Jeremy Moulton, and John Scott (2017). “Early Claiming of Higher-Earning Husbands, the Survivor Benefit, and the Incidence of Poverty among Recent Widows.” Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 16(4): 485-508.

Moulton, Jeremy, Jeffrey Diebold, and John Scott (2017). “The Impact of Medicare Part D on Self-Employment.” Research on Aging, 39(1): 64-85.

Moulton, Jeremy and John Scott (2016). “Opportunity or Necessity? Disaggregating Self-Employment and Entry at Older Ages.” Social Forces, 94(4): 1539-1566.

Moulton, Jeremy, Alexandra Graddy-Reed and Lauren Lanahan (2016). “Beyond the EITC, The Effect of Reducing the Earned Income Tax Credit on Labor Force Participation.” National Tax Journal, 69(2), 261–284.

Larsen, Matthew, T.J. McCarthy, Jeremy Moulton, Marianne E. Page, and Ankur Patel (2015). “War and Marriage: Assortative Mating and the World War II G.I. Bill.” Demography52(5): 1431-1461.

Moulton, Jeremy and Ann Huff Stevens (2015). “The Social Security Notch and Retirement: Wealth and Incentive Effects.” Economics Letters, 132: 65-68.

Gitterman, Daniel, Jeremy Moulton, Dillan Bono-Lunn, and Laura Chrisco (2015).  “Can ‘Some College’ Help Reduce Future Earnings Inequality?” Peabody Journal of Education, 90(5): 636-658

Stevens, Ann and Jeremy Moulton. “How Does Late-life Job Loss Affect Wealth and Labor Supply?” (June 2013). In Kenneth A. Couch, Mary C. Daly, and Julie M. Zissimopoulos Eds. Lifecycle Events and Their Consequences, Stanford University Press, 57-75.


Papers Under Review

Gindelsky, Marina, Jeremy Moulton, and Scott Wentland. “Valuing Housing Services in the Era of Big Data: A User Cost Approach Leveraging Zillow Microdata.” revising for 2019 NBER-CRIW volume on Big Data for 21stCentury Economic Statistics.

Moulton, Jeremy. “Chiseling a Notch Out of the Next Generation’s Assets: The Effect of the Social Security Notch on Intergenerational Transfers.” revise and resubmit at Demography.


Working Papers

Cornwall, Gary, Jeremy Moulton, and Scott Wentland. “For What It’s Worth: Measuring Land Value in the Era of Big Data and Machine Learning.”

Bono-Lunn, Dillan, Jeremy Moulton, and John Scott. “State Minimum Wage Increases and Self-Employment: Analysis of Heterogeneous Treatment Effects Across Occupations”

Sanders, Nicholas, Jeremy Moulton, and Scott Wentland. “Toxic Assets: How the Housing Market Responds to Environmental Information Shocks.”

Alexandra Graddy-Reed, Lauren Lanahan, and Jeremy Moulton. “You Are 16 Going on 17: An Examination of Income Reductions on Household Expenditures Using the Child Tax Credit.

Moulton, Jeremy and Scott Wentland. “Monetary Policy and the Housing Market.”

Brastow, Raymond, Yuna Kim, Jeremy Moulton, and Scott Wentland. “Crime Risk and Housing Values: Evidence from Colorado’s Natural Experiment.”

Moulton, Jeremy and John Scott. “What are the Outcomes Associated with Self-Employment at the Older Ages.”



Jeremy G. Moulton and John C. Scott. “Good and Bad? An Analysis of Self-Employment at the Older Ages.” Public Policy & Aging Report, 2014 24 (4): 155-161.