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Regulating household leverage
AA DeFusco, S Johnson, J Mondragon
The Review of Economic Studies 87 (2), 914-958, 2020
1232020
Does greater inequality lead to more household borrowing? New evidence from household data
O Coibion, Y Gorodnichenko, M Kudlyak, J Mondragon
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
1142014
Does greater inequality lead to more household borrowing? New evidence from household data
O Coibion, Y Gorodnichenko, M Kudlyak, J Mondragon
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
1142014
Household credit and employment in the Great Recession
J Mondragon
Kilts Center for Marketing at Chicago Booth–Nielsen Dataset Paper Series, 1-025, 2018
672018
No job, no money, no refi: Frictions to refinancing in a recession
AA DeFusco, J Mondragon
The Journal of Finance 75 (5), 2327-2376, 2020
462020
Greater inequality and household borrowing: new evidence from household data
O Coibion, Y Gorodnichenko, M Kudlyak, J Mondragon
Journal of the European Economic Association 18 (6), 2922-2971, 2020
262020
The housing crisis and the rise in student loans
G Amromin, J Eberly, J Mondragon
Unpublished Mimeo, 2016
152016
Does greater inequality lead to more household borrowing? New evidence from household data
O Coibion, Y Gorodnichenko, M Kudlyak, J Mondragon
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 2016
152016
Does greater inequality lead to more household borrowing
O Coibion, Y Gorodnichenko, M Kudlyak, J Mondragon
New evidence from household data, 14-01, 2014
92014
The housing crisis and the rise in student loans
J Mondragon, J Eberly, G Amromin
2017 Meeting Papers, 2017
32017
The Housing Crisis and the Rise in Student Debt
G Amromin, J Eberly, J Mondragon
Working Paper, 2016
22016
Regulating Household Leverage
S Johnson, J Mondragon, A DeFusco
2017 Meeting Papers, 2017
12017
Housing Demand and Remote Work
JA Mondragon, J Wieland
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
2022
John A. Nelson Mondragon
JN Mondragon
FRBSF: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 2020
2020
NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES DOES GREATER INEQUALITY LEAD TO MORE HOUSEHOLD BORROWING? NEW EVIDENCE FROM HOUSEHOLD DATA
O Coibion, Y Gorodnichenko, M Kudlyak, J Mondragon
2014
Does Greater Inequality Lead to More Household Borrowing?: New Evidence From Household Data, Working Paper 14-01
O Coibion, Y Gorodnichenko, M Kudlyak, J Mondragon
2014
Do all firms have equal access to external financing?
O Coibion, Y Gorodnichenko, M Kudlyak, J Mondragon, A Presbitero, ...
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