Christopher L. House
Department of Economics, 238 Lorch Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI 48109
Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER).
M.A. Northeastern University, 1994.
“Managing Markets for Toxic Assets,” with Yusufcan Masatlioglu. Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 70, pp. 84-99, March 2015.
“Fixed Costs and Long-Lived Investments.” Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 68, pp. 86-100, November 2014.
“Temporary Investment Tax Incentives: Theory with Evidence from Bonus Depreciation,” with Matthew D. Shapiro. American Economic Review, 93(3), pp. 437-768, June 2008.
“Durable Goods and Conformity,” with Emre Ozdenoren. RAND Journal of Economics, 39(2), pp. 452-468, Summer 2008.
“Valuing Lost Home Production of Dual Earner Couples,” with John Laitner and Dmitriy Stolyarov. International Economic Review, 49(2), pp. 701-736, May 2008.
“Sticky-Price Models and Durable Goods,” with Robert Barsky and Miles Kimball. American Economic Review, 97(3), pp. 984-998, June 2007.
“Phased-In Tax Cuts and Economic Activity,” with Matthew Shapiro. American Economic Review, 96(5), pp. 1835-1849, December 2006.
“Adverse Selection and the Financial Accelerator,” Journal of Monetary Economics, 53(6), pp. 1117-1134, September 2006.
“An sS Model with Adverse Selection,” with John Leahy. Journal of Political Economy, 112(3), pp. 581-614, June 2004.
“Comment on ‘By How Much Does GDP Rise if the Government Buys More Output?’ by R. E. Hall,” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Vol 2, 2009.
“Comment on ‘Budget Deficits, National Saving, and Interest Rates’ by W. G. and P. Orszag,” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Vol 2, 2004.
“Monetary Policy and Durable Goods.” (with Robert Barsky, Christoph Boehm and Miles Kimball) 2015.
“A Quantitative Model of Unconventional Monetary Policy and Toxic Assets,” (with Rudi Bachmann), 2014.
“Optimal Taylor Rules in New Keynesian Models,” (with C. Boehm). NBER working paper No. 20237, 2014.
“Managing Markets for Toxic Assets.” (with Yusufcan Masatlioglu). NBER working paper No. 16145.
“Layoffs, Lemons and Temps.” (with Jing Zhang) NBER working paper No. W17962. Under revision for resubmission to the American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 2014.
“Fixed Costs and Long-Lived Investments.” NBER working paper No. 14402.
“Planned Investment and Fixed-Cost Models.” (with Ana-Maria Mocanu) 2014.
“Home Production by Dual-Earner Couples and Consumption During Retirement.” (with John Laitner and Dmitriy Stolyarov). MRRC working paper 2006-143, November 2006.
“Do Flexible Durable Goods Prices Undermine Sticky Price Models?” with Robert Barsky and Miles Kimball. NBER working paper No. 9832, 2003.
“Transmission of the Great Recession in the Eurozone,” (with Christian Proebsting and Linda Tesar), 2015.
“Stimulus Effects of Investment Tax Incentives,” (with Ana-Maria Mocanu and Matthew D. Shapiro) 2015.
“Challenges for Models of Price and Wage Rigidity,” (with Susanto Basu) 2015. In preparation for the Handbook of Macroeconomics.
“Investment Productivity Shocks: Evidence and Implications.” (with Ana-Maria Mocanu) 2014.
“Capital Taxation and the Day of Reckoning.” (with Matthew Shapiro) 2014.
“A Contestable Market Theory of the Funds Rate.” (with Emre Ozdenoren) 2008.
“The Demand for Near Money Assets and Financial Fragility.” 2014.
“Internal Rates of Return and Business Cycle Dynamics.” 2008.
“Propagation in a Working Capital Model.” 2007.
“Time on the Market and Conformity for Durable Goods.” (with Emre Ozdenoren) 2007
“Optimal Monetary Policy When Investments Can Be Timed.” 2005.
“Monetary Policy and Credit Market Failure.” Unpublished manuscript, 2000.
“Government Spending Shocks and the International Consumption Correlation Puzzle,” (with Jonathan Willis). Unpublished manuscript, 1999.
American Economic Association.
National Bureau of Economic Research.
Society for Economic Dynamics.
NSF No. SES-0962219, “Investment: Theory, Estimates, and Public Policy.” (PI, with M. D. Shapiro (Co-PI)), 2009-2011.
HHS/NIH/NIA 1-R01-AG030841-01, “A Life-Cycle Analysis of Health, Family Structure, Wealth, and Retirement.” (Co-PI, with J. Laitner (PI), D. Silverman (Co-PI) and D. Stolyarov (Co-PI)), 2007 – 2010.
SSA 10-P-98362-5-04, “Trends in the Labor Force Participation of Married Women.” (Co-PI, with J. Laitner (PI) and D. Stolyarov (Co-PI)), 2006 – 2007.
SSA 10-P-98362-5-03, “Home Production by Dual Earner Couples and Consumption During Retirement.” (Co-PI, with J. Laitner (PI) and D. Stolyarov (Co-PI)), 2005 – 2006.
SSA 10-P-98362-5-01, “Life-Cycle Saving in Dual-Earner Households.” (Co-PI, with J. Laitner (PI) and D. Stolyarov (Co-PI)), 2003 – 2004.
Aneeqa Aqeel (Lake Forest College), Christoph Boehm, David Cashin (FRB), Sophia Chen, Angus Chu (Academia Sineca), Olivier Coibion (College of William and Mary), Nikolay Iskrev (Central Bank of Portugal), Edward Knotek (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City), Hangyu Lee, Ana-Maria Mocanu, Joshua Montes (Mercer), Daniel Murphy (University of Virgina), Phacharaphot Nuntramas (San Diego State University), Eric Ohrn (Grinnell College), Christian Proebsting, Rafael Portillo (IMF), Ihsan Saracgil (Cornerstone), Isaac Sorkin, William Segal, Ajay Shenoy (University of California, Santa Cruz).
Theories and Methods in Macroeconomics (T2M) May 1999.
American Economic Review (Excellence in Refereeing Award, 2007-2008, 2010-2011), Journal of Political Economy, Econometrica, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Monetary Economics, International Economic Review, RAND Journal of Economics, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Money Credit and Banking, Journal of the European Economic Association, Economic Theory, B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, Review of Economic Dynamics, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Journal of Macroeconomics, Macroeconomic Dynamics and the National Science Foundation (NSF).
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Matthew D. Shapiro,
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