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Research

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Working Papers

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Finance

The Saving Glut of the Rich

Atif MianLudwig StraubAmir Sufi

Low-Frequency Analysis of Economic Time Series

Finance

Rent-Extraction from the Unemployment Insurance System: The Role of Firms

Bernardus Van DoornikDavid SchoenherrJanis Skrastins

Published Papers

Each year, our faculty publish dozens of papers in top academic journals

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AEJ: Microeconomics

Crisis Management: Analyzing Default Risk and Liquidity Demand during Financial Stress

Jason AllenAli HortacsuJakub Kastl

American Economic Review

September 2020

Finance

Self-Fulfilling Debt Dilution: Maturity and Multiplicity in Debt Models

Mark A. AguiarManuel Amador

Annals of Probability

September 2020

Finance

Inverting the Markovian projection, with an application to local stochastic volatility models

Daniel LackerMykhaylo ShkolnikovJiacheng Zhang

Books

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Cambridge University Press

2020

Finance

Making a Modern Central Bank: The Bank of England, 1979–2003

Springer

2020

Econometrics

Contemporary Experimental Design, Multivariate Analysis and Data Mining

Jianqing FanJianxin Pan

Springer

2020

Econometrics

Linear Programming: Foundations and Extensions 5th Edition

Notes & Proposals

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March 22, 2020

Finance

Evergreening loans to support small and medium-sized enterprises during COVID-19

Markus BrunnermeierArvind Krishnamurthy

March 2020

Monetary Economics

Throwing a COVID-19 Liquidity Lifeline

Markus BrunnermeierJean-Pierre LandauMarco PaganoRicardo Reis

January 5, 2020

Environmental and Energy Economics

Central Banks and Climate Change

Markus BrunnermeierJean-Pierre Landau