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FIELDS OF INTEREST:
Macroeconomics, Labor Economics, Household Finance.
House Prices and Risk Sharing.
Joint with Maria Jose Luengo-Prado and Bent Sorensen. Journal of Monetary Economics, 57 (2010), pp. 975-987.
Childhood Determinants of Risk Aversion: The Long Shadow of Compulsory Education.
Joint with Maria Jose Luengo-Prado and Bent Sorensen. Quantitative Economics, 2 (2011), pp. 37-72.
Read about this paper in Investment News: "Elders' education level found to be a factor in risk aversion"
Labor income profiles are not heterogeneous: Evidence from income growth rates.
Quantitative Economics, 3 (2012), pp. 177-209.
The Effect of Education on Risky Equity Holdings. Joint with Maria Jose Luengo-Prado and Bent Sorensen. The B.E. Journal of Economic
Analysis & Policy, Contributions, 12 (1), Article 10.
Correlated Income Shocks and Excess Smoothness of Consumption. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 48 (2014), pp. 41-62.
Moving to a Job: The Role of Home Equity, Debt, and Access to Credit.
Joint with Yuliya Demyanyk, Maria Jose Luengo-Prado and Bent Sorensen. American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 9(2), 2017, pp. 149-181.
"Trends in Earnings Inequality and Earnings Instability Among Couples: How
Important is Assortative Matching?"
Joint with Chinhui Juhn and Kristin McCue. Labour Economics, 48, 2017, pp. 168-182.
The Rise and Fall of Consumption in the '00s. A Tangled Tale.
Joint with Yuliya Demyanyk, Maria Jose Luengo-Prado and Bent Sorensen. Economica, 86, 2019, 495-531.
Improving the Measurement of Earnings Dynamics.
Joint with Moira Daly and Iourii Manovskii. Forthcoming at International Economic Review.
On the Heterogeneity in Family Earnings and Income Dynamics in the PSID.
Joint with Iourii Manovskii. American Economic Association Papers and Proceedings 2018, 108: 292-296.
Keeping the House or Moving for a Job.
Joint with Yuliya Demyanyk, Maria Jose Luengo-Prado and Bent Sorensen. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary, July 2013.
Why Has Consumption Been So Volatile in
the New Millennium?
Joint with Yuliya Demyanyk, Daniel Kolliner, Maria Jose Luengo-Prado and Bent Sorensen. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Commentary, July 2015.
WORK IN PROGRESS
How Much Consumption Insurance in the U.S.?
Joint with Iourii Manovskii. Revision requested at Journal of Monetary Economics.
Income Dynamics and Consumption Insurance.
Joint with Iourii Manovskii. Manuscript.
Inequality in Russia over Time and over the Life Cycle.
Joint with Maxym Bryukhanov.
Excess Smoothness of Consumption in an Estimated Life Cycle Model. Manuscript.
A Comprehensive Guide to Estimating Income Processes in Quasidifferences. Joint with Francis Chiparawasha
ECON 403     Economic Growth (Undergrad.):    Fall 2010
ECON 581     Macroeconomic Theory I (Graduate):    Fall 2014
ECON 385     Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory II:    Fall 2014