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April 13, 2017

CSSRR Economics–April 13, 2017

Filed under: E. Working Papers,Economics — admin @ 3:33 pm

Federal Reserve Banks:

Federal Reserve Board Finance and Economic Discussion Series:

www.federalreserve.gov…

NEW: 2017-043 “The Display of Information and Household Investment Behavior,” by Maya Shaton.

2017-042 “Divest, Disregard, or Double Down?” by Brigitte Roth Tran.

2017-041 “Private Money Creation with Safe Assets and Term Premia,” by Sebastian Infante.

2017-040 “Employment Dynamics in a Signaling Model with Workers’ Incentives,” by Alison Weingarden.

2017-039 “Commodity prices and labour market dynamics in small open economies,” by Martin Bodenstein, Gunes Kamber, and Christoph Thoenissen.

2017-038 “The Effect of Central Bank Liquidity Injections on Bank Credit Supply,” by Luisa Carpinelli and Matteo Crosignani.

2017-037 “Monetary Policy and the Predictability of Nominal Exchange Rates,” by Martin Eichenbaum, Benjamin K. Johannsen, and Sergio Rebelo.

2017-036 “Reputation and Investor Activism,” by Travis L. Johnson and Nathan Swem.

2017-035 “The Household Expenditure Response to a Consumption Tax Rate Increase,” by David Cashin.

2017-034 “An Empirical Economic Assessment of the Costs and Benefits of Bank Capital in the US,” by Simon Firestone, Amy Lorenc and Ben Ranish.

2017-033 “Private and Public Liquidity Provision in Over-the-Counter Markets,” by David M. Arseneau, David E. Rappoport, and Alexandros P. Vardoulakis.

2017-032 “Where Credit is Due: The Relationship between Family Background and Credit Health,” by Sarena Goodman, Alice Henriques, and Alvaro Mezza.

2017-031 “Are Central Cities Poor and Non-White?” by Jenny Schuetz, Arturo Gonzalez, Jeff Larrimore, Ellen A. Merry, and Barbara J. Robles.

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District 1: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (Massachusetts):

NEW: Working Paper No. 16-31 “Does Changing Employers’ Access to Criminal Histories Affect Ex-Offenders’ Recidivism? Evidence from the 2010–2012 Massachusetts CORI Reform,” by Osborne Jackson and Bo Zhao.

Working Paper No. 16-30 “The Effect of Changing Employers’ Access to Criminal Histories on Ex-Offenders’ Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from the 2010–2012 Massachusetts CORI Reform,” by Osborne Jackson and Bo Zhao.

Working Paper No. 16-29 “Who Counts as Employed? Informal Work, Employment Status, and Labor Market Slack Who Counts as Employed? Informal Work, Employment Status, and Labor Market Slack,” by Anat Bracha and Mary A. Burke.

Working Paper No. 16-28 “The Time-Varying Price of Financial Intermediation in the Mortgage Market The Time-Varying Price of Financial Intermediation in the Mortgage Market,” by Andreas Fuster, Stephanie Lo, and Paul S. Willen.

Working Paper No. 16-27 “Show Me the Money: The Monetary Policy Risk Premium Show Me the Money: The Monetary Policy Risk Premium,” by Ali K. Ozdagli and Mihail Velikov.

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District 2: Federal Reserve Bank of New York (New York):

www.newyorkfed.org…

NEW: No. 810 “Interest Rate Conundrums in the Twenty-First Century,” by Samuel G. Hanson, David O. Lucca, and Jonathan H. Wright.

No. 809 “The Pre-Crisis Monetary Policy Implementation Framework,” by Alexander Kroeger, John McGowan, and Asani Sarkar.

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District 3: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

www.philadelphiafed.org…

NEW: 17-09 “Endogenous/Exogenous Segmentation in the A-IRB Framework and the Pro-cyclicality of Capital: An Application to Mortgage Portfolios,” by José J. Canals-Cerda.

17-08 “Regime Shift and the Post-crisis World of Mortgage Loss Severities,” by Xudong An and Larry Cordell.

17-07 “Self-Fulfilling Debt Crises, Revisited: The Art of the Desperate Deal,” by Mark Aguiar, Satyajit Chatterjee, Harold Cole, and Zachary Stangebye.

17-06 “How Data Breaches Affect Consumer Credit,” by Vyacheslav Mikhed and Michael Vogan.

17-05 “Market Discipline in the Secondary Bond Market: The Case of Systemically Important Banks,” by Elyas Elyasiani and Jason M. Keegan.

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