• Mongrain, S., D. Oh and T. van van Ypersele (2023) Tax Competition in the Presence of Profit Shifting," forthcoming at Journal of Public Economics.
  • Decreuse, B., S. Mongrain and T. van Ypersele (2022) “The allocation of property crime and private protection within cities: theory and evidence”, Economic Inquiry 60, 1142-1163. 
  • Hickey, R., S. Mongrain, J. Roberts and T. van Ypersele (2020), “Private Protection and Public Policing,” Journal of Public Economic Theory 23, 5–28. 
  • Cuff K., S. Mongrain and J. Roberts (2020), “Evasion of Fiscal and Labour Regulations: Firm Behaviour and Optimal Tax Policy,” Journal of Public Economic Theory 22, 69-97. 
  • Mongrain, S. and J.D. Wilson (2018), "Tax competition with heterogeneous capital mobility,''  Journal of Public Economics, 167, 177-189.
  • Deck, C., E.O. Kimbrough and S. Mongrain (2014), "Paying for Express Checkout: Competition and Price Discrimination in Multi-Server Queuing Systems," PLoS ONE 9 (3), e92070.
  • Bernhardt, D., S. Mongrain and J. Roberts (2012), "Rehabilitated or not: an Informational Theory of Parole Decisions," Journal of Law, Economics & Organizations, 28, 186-210.
  • Cuff, K., N. Marceau, S. Mongrain and J. Roberts (2012), "Optimal Policies and the Informal Sector," Journal of Public Economics, 95, 1280-1291.
  • Marceau, N. and S. Mongrain (2011), "Competition in Law Enforcement and Capital Allocation," Journal of Urban Economics 69, 136-147.
  • Marceau, N., S. Mongrain and J.D. Wilson (2010), "Why Do Most Countries Set High Tax Rates on Capital?" Journal of International Economics 80, 249-259.
  • Bernhardt, D. and S. Mongrain (2010), "The Layo Rat Race" Scandinavian Journal of Economics 112, 185-210.
  • Curry, P. and S, Mongrain (2009), "Cheating in Rank-Order Tournaments,” Review of Law & Economics 5:1, Article 30.
  • Mongrain, S. and J. Roberts (2009), "Plea Bargaining with Budgetary Constraints,”International Review of Law & Economics 29, 8-12.
  • Andolfatto, D., S. Mongrain and G. Myers (2009), "Rational Truth-Avoidance and Self-Esteem," Canadian Journal of Economics 42, 141-154.
  • Curry, P. and S, Mongrain (2009), "What is a Gang and Why Does the Law Care?” Global Crime 10, 6-23.
  • Curry, P. and S, Mongrain (2008), "What You Don't See Can't Hurt You: An Economic Analysis of Morality Laws," Canadian Journal of Economics 41, 583-594.
  • Boadway, R., N. Marceau and S. Mongrain (2007), "Redistributive Taxation Under Ethical Behaviour," Scandinavian Journal of Economics 109, 505-529.
  • Mansour, A., N. Marceau and S. Mongrain (2006), "Gangs and Crime Deterrence,” Journal of Law, Economics & Organization, 22 315-339.
  • Mongrain, S. and J. Roberts (2005), "Experience Rating: Insurance Versus Eciency,” International Economic Review 46, 1303-1319.
  • Martin, R., S. Mongrain and S. Parkinson (2004), "Severance Payments and Unemployment Insurance: A Commitment Issue," Journal of Public Economic Theory 6, 593-606.
  •  Marceau, N. and S. Mongrain (2003), "Damage Averaging and the Formation of Class Action Suits," International Review of Law & Economics 23, 63-74.
  • Boadway, R, N. Marceau and S. Mongrain (2002), "Joint Tax Evasion,” Canadian Journal of Economics 35, 417-35. 
  • Marceau, N. and S. Mongrain (2002), "Dissuasion du crime et concurrence entre juridictions," Revue d' Economie Politique 112, 905-19.
  • Marceau, N. and S. Mongrain (2000), "Amnesties and Cooperation,” International Tax and Public Finance 7, 259-273.
  • Marceau, N. and S. Mongrain (1999), "Dissuasion du Crime: un Survol,” L'Actualite Economique 75, 123-147. 


Work in Progress

  • Mongrain, S and T. van Ypersele (2022), “Profit Shifting with Multiple Battle Fields"
  • Mongrain, S and T. van Ypersele (2022), “Tax Information Exchange Agreement: Extensive and Intensive Enforcement Margins”.
  • Marceau, N. and S. Mongrain (2022), “Crime, Inequality and Social Mobility”.