Academic publications

Simon Hedlin (2019) “Reporting of Campus Sexual Assault Incidents: Evidence from an Online Experiment.” Working Paper.

Demand Abolition (2019) “Who Buys Sex? Understanding and Disrupting Illicit Market Demand.”

Simon Hedlin (2019) “The Economic Costs of Prostitution and Sex Trafficking in the United States: Three Estimates” (draft in progress).

Simon Hedlin (2017) “Can Prostitution Law Reform Curb Sex Trafficking? Theory and Evidence on Scale Substitution, and Replacement Effects,” University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform, 50 (2): pp. 329–386.

Simon Hedlin (2016) “Parental Leave Equality and Subjective Well-Being.” Under Review.

Simon Hedlin and Cass R. Sunstein (2016) “Does Active Choosing Promote Green Energy Use? Experimental Evidence,” Ecology Law Quarterly, 43 (1): pp. 107-142. Also available as an SSRN Working Paper, as a Harvard Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government Regulatory Policy Program (RPP) Working Paper, and as a Harvard John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics, and Business Discussion Paper.

Simon Hedlin (2016) “Calorie Overestimation Bias and Fast Food Products: The Effects of Calorie Labels on Perceived Healthiness and Intent to Purchase.” Under Review.

Simon Hedlin (2015) “Is Guilt a Good Motivator for Pro-social Behavior? Using Choice Architecture to Promote Environmentally-Friendly Actions,” Angle Journal, October 9.

Simon Hedlin (2015) “How Newspaper Reporting Affects Public Support for Legalization of Prostitution: Evidence from an Online Experiment.” Working Paper.

Simon Hedlin (2015) “A Review of the Existing Literature on Incapacitation, Deterrence, and Crime: Recommendations for Future Research.” Working Paper.

Simon Hedlin (2011) “Democracy and Development around the World: An Evaluation of the Causal Relationship between Civil Rights and New Measures of Economic Development.” Working Paper.