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Author:Sufi, Amir 

Journal Article
The changing landscape of the financial services industry: what lies ahead?

Economic Policy Review , Issue Oct , Pages 39-54

Conference Paper
Commentary: redistributive monetary policy

Proceedings - Economic Policy Symposium - Jackson Hole

Conference Paper
Summary of \\"the consequences of mortgage credit expansion\\"

Proceedings , Paper 1074

Conference Paper
Expansion of bank powers: who gains the most?

Proceedings , Paper 730

Conference Paper
The effect of creditor control rights on firm investment policy: evidence from private credit agreements

Proceedings , Paper 1050

Journal Article
Consumers and the economy, part II: Household debt and the weak U.S. recovery

The U.S. economic recovery has been weak, especially in employment growth. A microeconomic analysis of U.S. counties shows that this weakness is closely related to elevated levels of household debt accumulated during the housing boom. Counties where household debt grew moderately from 2002 to 2006 have seen a moderation of employment losses and a robust recovery in durable consumption and residential investment. By contrast, counties that experienced large increases in household debt during the boom have been mired in a severe recessionary environment even after the official end of the ...
FRBSF Economic Letter

Journal Article
Aggregate demand and state-level employment

What explains the sharp decline in U.S. employment from 2007 to 2009? Why has employment remained stubbornly low? Survey data from the National Federation of Independent Businesses show that the decline in state-level employment is strongly correlated with the increase in the percentage of businesses complaining about lack of demand. While business concerns about government regulation and taxes also rose steadily from 2008 to 2011, there is no evidence that job losses were larger in states where businesses were more worried about these factors.
FRBSF Economic Letter

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