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Emil Verner
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Household debt and business cycles worldwide
A Mian, A Sufi, E Verner
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 132 (4), 1755-1817, 2017
8212017
Pandemics Depress the Economy Public Health Interventions Do Not: Evidence from the 1918 Flu
C Sergio, L Stephan, V Emil
Retrieved from: papers. ssrn. com/sol3/papers. cfm, 2020
674*2020
How does credit supply expansion affect the real economy? the productive capacity and household demand channels
A Mian, A Sufi, E Verner
The Journal of Finance 75 (2), 949-994, 2020
161*2020
Banking crises without panics
M Baron, E Verner, W Xiong
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 136 (1), 51-113, 2021
149*2021
Household Debt Revaluation and the Real Economy: Evidence from a Foreign Currency Debt Crisis
E Verner, G Gyöngyösi
Working Paper, 2017
822017
Financial Crisis, Creditor‐Debtor Conflict, and Populism
G Gyöngyösi, E Verner
The Journal of Finance 77 (4), 2471-2523, 2022
43*2022
Credit allocation and macroeconomic fluctuations
K Müller, E Verner
Available at SSRN 3781981, 2021
312021
Private debt booms and the real economy: do the benefits outweigh the costs?
E Verner
Available at SSRN 3441608, 2019
62019
The Consumption Response to Extended Unemployment Benefits in the Great Recession
G McKee, E Verner
Available at SSRN 2630790, 2015
52015
Response to Lilley, Lilley, and Rinaldi (2020)
S Correia, S Luck, E Verner
mimeo, MIT Department of Finance, 2020
22020
The anatomy of consumption in a household foreign currency debt crisis
G Gyongyosi, J Rariga, E Verner
SAFE Working Paper, 2021
12021
Essays on Household Credit Markets and Business Cycles
E Verner
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 2018
12018
Household Debt and Business Cycles Worldwide Out-of-sample results based on IMF’s new “Global Debt Database”
A Mian, A Sufi, E Verner
2018
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