P.A. Alviola IV, R.M. Nayga,Jr., M.R. Thomsen, D. Danforth and J. Smartt. “The Effect of Fast-Food Restaurants on Childhood Obesity: A School-Level Analysis.” Economics and Human Biology (January 2014).
D. I, Zeng, M.R. Thomsen, R.M. Nayga, Jr. and H.L.Rouse. “Convenience Stores and Childhood Obesity: A Panel Instrumental Variable Approach.” Paper presented at the Annual Meetingsof the Allied Social Science Associations, Boston, MA, January 3-5, 2015.
M.R. Thomsen, P.A. Alviola, R.M. Nayga, Jr. and H.L. Rouse. “The Effect of Food Deserts on the BMI of Young Schoolchildren.” Paper presented at 9th World Congress onHealth Economics: Celebrating Health Economics, Sydney,Australia, July 7-10, 2013.
Michael R. Thomsen, Rodolfo M. Nayga Jr., Pedro A. Alviola IV and Heather L.Rouse. “The Effect of Food Deserts on the Body Mass Index of Elementary Schoolchildren.” American Journal of AgriculturalEconomics 2015; doi: 10.1093/ajae/aav039
Y. Qian, R.M. Nayga, Jr., M.R. Thomsen and H.L. Rouse. “The Effect of Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program on Childhood Obesity.” Selected paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, Washington, DC, August 4-6, 2013.
J, Asirvatham, R.M. Nayga, Jr. and M.R. Thomsen. “Peer-effects in Obesity Among Public Elementary Schoolchildren: A Grade-level Analysis.” Applied EconomicsPerspectives and Policy (September 2014):438-459.