During the 2019-20 academic year, Dr. Tim Groseclose completed three working papers, which he is trying to publish at academic journals. One paper is a game-theoretic model of the bargaining process between the President and Senate over cabinet and judicial appointments. Another extends Ronald Coase’s work on durable-goods monopolies. Specifically, it examines the extent to which the monopolist, despite his wishes, must “compete against himself.” A third examines the extent to which people discount biased information, e.g., from a news outlet with an ideological agenda. His work was featured in several media outlets, including interviews on Ben Shapiro’s radio show and Mark Levin’s Fox News show. After the Levin interview, Dr. Groseclose’s book, Left Turn, was briefly ranked number one on Amazon’s top-selling-books list.