Peer-reviewed publications:

  1. Doerrenberg, Philipp, Denvil Duncan and Max Loeffler, 2023. Asymmetric labor-supply responses to wage-rate changes. Evidence from a field experiment. Labour Economics , 81(April):

  2. Duncan, Denvil, Danyang Li, and John Graham, 2020. Tax Rate Structure and Support for Road Mileage User Taxes in the US. Transport Policy, 93(July): 17-26.

  3. Battiston, Pietro, Denvil Duncan, Simona Gamba, and Alessandro Santoro, 2020. Audit publicity and tax compliance: a natural experiment, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 122(1): 81-108

  4. Carley, Sanya, Denvil Duncan, John D. Graham, Saba Siddiki and Nikos Zirogiannis, 2019. Overcoming the Shortcomings of U.S. Plug-in Electric Vehicle Policies, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 113(October):109291.

  5. Carley, Sanya, Nikolaos Zirogiannis, Denvil Duncan, Saba Siddiki, and John D. Graham, 2019 The macroeconomic effects of 2017-2025 federal fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 38(3): 732-763.

  6. Zirogiannis, Nikolaos, Denvil Duncan, Sanya Carley, Saba Siddiki, and John D. Graham, 2019. The Effect of CAFE standards on vehicle sales projections: A Total Cost of Ownership approach, Transport Policy, 75(March): 70-87.

  7. Jenn, Alan; Hardman, Scott; Carley, Sanya; Zirogiannis, Nikolaos; Duncan, Denvil; Graham, John, 2019 Cost implications for automaker compliance with Zero Emissions Vehicle requirements, Environmental Science and Technology, 53(2): 564-574

  8. Duncan, Denvil, Arthur Liu, Alyssa Julian, Sanya Carley, Saba Siddiki, Nikolaos Zirogiannis, and John D. Graham, 2019. Most Consumers Don?t Buy Hybrids: Is Rational Choice a Sufficient Explanation?, Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, 10(1): 1-38.

  9. Siddiki, Saba, Sanya Carley, Nikolaos Zirogiannis, Denvil Duncan, and John D. Graham, 2018 Does Dynamic Federalism Yield Compatible Policies? A Study of Federal and State Vehicles Standards, Policy Design and Practice, 1(3): 215-232.

  10. Duncan, Denvil and Danyang Li, 2018. Liar Liar: Experimental evidence on the effect of confirmation-reports on dishonesty, Southern Economic Journal , 84(3): 742-770.

  11. Duncan, Denvil, Venkata Nadella, John Graham, Ashley Bowers, Stacey Giroux, 2017. The Road Mileage User Fee: Level, Intensity, and Predictors of Public Support, Transport Policy, 53: 70-78.

  12. Duncan, Denvil, Venkata Nadella, Stacey Giroux, Ashley Bowers, John Graham, 2016. Searching For A Tolerable Tax: Public Attitudes Toward Roadway Financing Alternatives, Public Finance Review, 45(5): 678-700.

  13. Duncan, Denvil and Klara Sabirianova Peter, 2016. Unequal Inequalities: Do Progressive Taxes Reduce Income Inequality? formerly Tax Progressivity and Income Inequality. International Tax and Public Finance, 23(4), 762-783.

  14. Doerrenberg, Philipp, Denvil Duncan, and Christopher Zeppenfeld, 2015. Circumstantial Risk: Impact of future tax evasion and labor supply opportunities on risk exposure. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organisation, 109(January): 85-100.

  15. Doerrenberg, Philipp and Denvil Duncan, 2014. Experimental Evidence on the Relationship between Tax Evasion Opportunities and Labor Supply. European Economic Review, 68(May): 48-70.

  16. Duncan, Denvil, Venkata Nadella, Ashley Bowers, Stacey Giroux and John Graham, 2014. Bumpy Designs: Impact of Privacy and Technology Costs on Support for Road Mileage User Fees, National Tax Journal, 67(3): 505-530.

  17. Duncan, Denvil and Klara Sabirianova Peter, 2014. Switching on the lights: Do higher income taxes push economic activity into the shade? National Tax Journal, 67(2):321-350 .

  18. Duncan, Denvil and Ed Gerrish, 2014. Personal Income Tax Mimicry: Evidence from International Panel Data. International Tax and Public Finance, 21(1):119-152.

  19. Alm, James and Denvil Duncan, 2014. An International Comparison of Tax Agency Efficiency, Public Budgeting and Finance, 34(3): 90-110.

  20. Duncan, Denvil, Venkata Nadella, Ashley Bowers, Stacey Giroux and John Graham, 2014. Demand for Benefit Taxation: Evidence from Public Opinion on Road Financing. Public Budgeting and Finance, 34(4): 120-142.

  21. Duncan, Denvil, 2014. Behavioral Responses and the Distributional Effects of The Russian ‘Flat’ Tax. Journal of Policy Modeling, 36(2): 226-240.

  22. Doerrenberg, Philipp and Denvil Duncan, 2014. Distributional Implications of Tax Evasion: Evidence from the Lab. Public Finance Review, 42(6):720-744.

  23. Doerrenberg, Philipp, Denvil Duncan, Clemens Fuest and Andreas Peichl, 2013. Nice Guys Finish Last: Do Ethical Taxpayers Face Higher Tax Rates? Kyklos, 67(1):29-53.

  24. Duncan, Denvil and John Graham, 2013. Road User Fees Instead of Fuel Taxes: The Quest for Political Acceptability. Public Administration Review, 73(3):415-426.

  25. Sabirianova Peter, Klara, Steven Buttrick and Denvil Duncan, 2010. Global Reform of Personal Income Taxation, 1981-2005: Evidence from 189 Countries. National Tax Journal, 63(3): 447-478.

  26. Duncan, Denvil and Klara Sabirianova Peter, 2010. Does Labor Supply Respond to a Flat Tax: Evidence from the Russian Flat Tax Reform? Economics of Transition, 18(2): 365-404.

  27. Duncan, Denvil and Brian Langrin, 2004. Testing for Competition in the Jamaican Banking Sector: Evidence from Bank Level Data. Southwestern Journal of Economics, 6(1).

Other Publications:

  1. Duncan, Denvil, and John Graham, 2014. Mileage-Based Road User Fees: Do Americans Support or Oppose Them? SPEA Insights, January issue.

  2. Ross, Justin, and Denvil Duncan, 2013. Controversies in Property Assessment. Accepted for publication in National Tax Association Proceedings.

  3. Duncan, Denvil, and John Graham, 2013. Replacing the Gasoline Tax with a Road User Fee. The Ripon Forum, 47(3)

  4. Duncan, Denvil, 2012. Economic Impact of a “Flat” Tax. What have we learned from the Russian Experience? SPEA Insights, February issue