Restrepo BJ. Calorie Labeling in Chain Restaurants and Body Weight: Evidence from New York. Health Economics, 2017 Oct; 26(10): 1191-1209.
Restrepo BJ and Ali MM. Restaurant Menu Labeling Laws and Alcohol Use. Preventive Medicine 2017 Sep; 102: 65-71.
Restrepo BJ. Nicotine Intake per Cigarette Smoked Among Smokers Nationally and in New York City. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2017 Aug; 53 (2): e77-e78.
Restrepo BJ. Further Decline of Trans Fatty Acids Levels among US Adults between 1999-2000 and 2009-2010. American Journal of Public Health 2017 Jan; 107 (1): 156-158.
Restrepo BJ. Parental Investment Responses to a Low Birth Weight Outcome: Who Compensates and Who Reinforces? Journal of Population Economics 2016 Oct; 29 (4): 969-989.
Restrepo BJ and Rieger M. Denmark's Policy on Artificial Trans Fat and Cardiovascular Disease. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2016 Jan; 50 (1): 69-76.
Restrepo BJ and Rieger M. Trans Fat and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality: Evidence from Bans in Restaurants in New York. Journal of Health Economics 2016 Jan; 45: 176–196.
Nakaguma MY and Restrepo BJ. Restricting Access to Alcohol and Public Health: Evidence from Electoral Dry Laws in Brazil. Health Economics, Forthcoming.
Restrepo BJ. Body Weight Fell Following Mandatory Calorie Labeling Laws for New York Restaurant Menus. Amber Waves.
Restrepo BJ and Rieger M. Do trans fat bans save lives? VoxEU.
Restrepo BJ. Blood Levels of Trans Fats among American Adults Fell from 1999 to 2010. Amber Waves.
Nakaguma MY and Restrepo BJ. Do Electoral Dry Laws Lead to Short-Term Public Health Gains? VoxLACEA.
Brilli Y and Restrepo BJ. Birth Weight, Neonatal Intensive Care Units, and Infant Mortality: Evidence from Macrosomic Babies. Working Paper No. 705, University of Gothenburg.
Restrepo BJ. Does the Investment Response to a Low Birth Weight Outcome Vary Across Families? The Max Weber Programme Blog.