"What Do You Do with 5,700 Hours of In-Home Video Data?” J.W. Golann, T.J. Espenshade, R. Hall, and L. Bougher, 2021, Sociological Methods and Research, under review.
"Migration-Inclusive Population Momentum" T.J. Espenshade and J.B.C. Tannen, Demography, under revision.
"Collecting Ethnographic Video Data for Policy Research," J.W. Golann, Z. Mirakhur, and T.J. Espenshade, American Behavioral Scientist, Special issue on Qualitative Approaches to Policy Analysis and Research, 2019.
"A Conversation on the Nature, Effects, and Future of Affirmative Action in Higher Education Admissions" Peter Arcidiacono, T.J. Espenshade, Stacy Hawkins, and Richard Sander, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Consitutional Law, February 2015, 17(3): 683-728. Special issue on Education Equality in the Twenty-First Century.
"Population Dynamics: Momentum of Population Growth" T.J. Espenshade and J.B.C. Tannen. Pp. 572-578 in James D. Wright, ed., International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, volume 18. Oxford, England: Elsevier Limited, 2015.
"Access and Affordability in American Higher Education" T.J. Espenshade and M.W. Fox. Pp. 216-247 in Anna Mountford-Zimbdars, Daniel Sabbagh, and David Post, eds., Fair Access to Higher Education: Global Perspectives. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014.
"New Approaches to Human Mobility: Using Mobile Phones for Demographic Research,” J.R.B. Palmer, T.J. Espenshade, et al., Demography, June 2013, 50(3): 1105-1128.
“Does the ‘Mismatch Hypothesis’ Apply to Hispanic Students at Selective Colleges?” J.W. Golann, K. Gentsch, C.Y. Chung, and T.J. Espenshade. Pp. 209-228 in Billie Gastic and Richard R. Verdugo, eds., The Education of the Hispanic Population: Selected Essays, volume 2 in a series on The Hispanic Population in the United States, 2013.
"Growing Elitism,” in a Chronicle Forum “Has Higher Education Become an Engine of Inequality?” Chronicle of Higher Education, The Chronicle Review, July 2, 2012, p. B9.
"Population Momentum Across the Demographic Transition,” L. Blue and T.J. Espenshade, Population and Development Review, December 2011, 37(4): 721-747.
"On Nonstable and Stable Population Momentum," T.J. Espenshade, A.S. Olgiati, and S.A. Levin, Demography, November 2011, 48(4): 1581-1599.
"Diversity Outcomes of Test-Optional Policies," T.J. Espenshade and C.Y. Chung, in Joseph A. Soares, (Ed.), SAT Wars, The Case for Test-Optional Admissions, New York: Teachers College Press, 2011, 177-200.
"Evaluative Judgments vs. Bias in College Admissions," T.J. Espenshade and A.W. Radford, Forbes.com, August 11, 2010.
No Longer Separate, Not Yet Equal: Race and Class in Elite College Admission and Campus Life. Thomas J. Espenshade and Alexandria Walton Radford. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2009.
"The Frog Pond Revisted: High School Academic Context, Class Rank, and Elite College Admission," T.J. Espenshade, L.E. Hale, and C.Y. Chung, Sociology of Education, October 2005, 78(4): 269-293.
"Self-Efficacy, Stress, and Academic Success in College," A. Zajacova, S.M. Lynch, and T.J. Espenshade, Research in Higher Education, September 2005, 46(6): 677-706.
"The Opportunity Cost of Admission Preferences at Elite Universities," T.J. Espenshade and C.Y. Chung, Social Science Quarterly, June 2005, 86(2): 293-305.
"Admission Preferences for Minority Students, Athletes, and Legacies at Elite Universities," T.J. Espenshade, C.Y. Chung, and J.L. Walling, Social Science Quarterly, December 2004, 85(5): 1422-1446.