Let Data, Not Politics, Guide Regulation (Bloomberg, May 2012)

Alternative Beta Better Alternative Than Beta requires registration (Investment News, April 2012)

A Blended Investment Strategy for All Markets (Bloomberg, November 2011)

Momentum Investing: Finally Accessible for Individual Investors, Investment & Wealth Monitor, 2010, 25(4), pp. 22-25.

Value and Momentum Investing, Together at Last (New York Times, September 2008)


Smart Investing Pays High Dividentds in Picking NCAA Bracket (Sports Illustrated, March 2012)

5 Myths of NFL Championship Weekend, Debunked (Esquire, February 2012)

Does Defense Really Win Championships? (Freakonomics blog, January 2012)

‘Moneyball’ Keeps A’s Victors on Screen as Sabermetric Rivals Win (Bloomberg, October 2011)

NFL Labor Peace Brings Employment Chaos (Bloomberg, August 2011)

Explaining the Simpson Paradox (Sports Illustrated, March 2011)

If Andrew Luck Is Good, Irsay Made The Right Choice (CNBC SportzBiz, March 2011)

A Conversation With Tobias Moskowitz (New York Times, February 2011)

The Freakonomics of Super Bowl 2011 (Wall Street Journal, February 2011)

The Curse of the No. 1 Draft Pick (Sports Illustrated, January 2011)

Scorecasting: A Guest Post (Freakonomics Blog, January 2011)

‘Scorecasting’: Saying Sports Cliches Ain’t So (NPR Books, January 2011)

Swallowing the Whistle (Freakonomics Blog, January 2011)

Why There Are More .300 Hitters Than .299 Hitters, And Why It Matters (Deadspin, January 2011)

Inside Baseball: Structuring the Deal (Chicago Booth Magazine, Spring 2010)

Finance and Economics

What Investors Want From Hedge Funds (, May 2012)

Why Proposed Financial Regulations Won’t Work (Morningstar, April 2010)

Momentum Market Makers (CNBC, July 2009)

Momentum Paired With Value (Morningstar, July 2009)

New Momentum Funds (Bloomberg, July 2009)

Long-Term Consumption (Capital Ideas, March 2007)


Football Freakonomics: Icing The Kicker (NFL, October 2011)

Football Freakonomics: Momentum (NFL, October 2011)

The Real Reasons for Home Field Advantage (MIT, March 2011)

Number Crunchers Split on Super Bowl (CNN, February 2011)

Toby Moskowitz Talks About His Book, Scorecasting (WGN, January 2011)

Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel (HBO)

What Sports Can Teach Us About Business (Harry Walker Agency)

Have We All Lost Our Ability to Compromise? (Freakonomics, February 2021)

The Side Effects of Social Distancing (Freakonomics, March 2020)

Who Is on the Other Side? (The Curious Investor,AQR, October 2019)

Think Like a Winner (Freakonomics, January 2019)

How Sports Became Us (Freakonomics, September 2018)

Silly Things Investors Do (The Curious Investor,AQR, August 2018)

Hot Hands and Cold Feet (The Curious Investor,AQR, August 2018)

The Future of Freakonomics Radio (Freakonomics, July 2018)

How to Catch World Cup Fever (Freakonomics, June 2018)

How to Make a Bad Decision (Freakonomics, November 2016)

“Football Freakonomics”: How Advantageous Is Home-Field Advantage? And Why? (Freakonomics, December 2011)

“Football Freakonomics”: Why Even Ice a Kicker? (Freakonomics, November 2011)

‘Scorecasting’: Saying Sports Cliches Ain’t So (NPR Weekend Edition, July 2011)

Interview (WGN, January 2011)