Nicolas Petrosky-Nadeau
Nicolas Petrosky-Nadeau
Vice President, Macroeconomic Research, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
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The cyclical volatility of labor markets under frictional financial markets
N Petrosky-Nadeau, E Wasmer
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 5 (1), 193-221, 2012
1652012
Endogenous disasters
N Petrosky-Nadeau, L Zhang, LA Kuehn
American Economic Review forthcoming, 2018
155*2018
Credit, vacancies and unemployment fluctuations
N Petrosky-Nadeau
Review of Economic Dynamics 17 (2), 191-205, 2014
1532014
Macroeconomic Dynamics in a Model of Goods, Labor and Credit Market Frictions
N Petrosky-Nadeau, E Wasmer
Journal of Monetary Economics 72, 97-113, 2015
1242015
Solving the Diamond–Mortensen–Pissarides model accurately
N Petrosky‐Nadeau, L Zhang
Quantitative Economics 8 (2), 611-650, 2017
78*2017
Financial Frictions, the Housing Market and Unemployment
WA Branch, N Petrosky-Nadeau, G Rocheteau
Journal of Economic Theory 164 (July), 2016
622016
TFP during a credit crunch
N Petrosky-Nadeau
Journal of Economic Theory 148 (3), 1150-1178, 2013
622013
Unemployment crises
N Petrosky-Nadeau, L Zhang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
54*2013
Search frictions in physical capital markets as a propagation mechanism
A Kurmann, N Petrosky-Nadeau
CIRPEE Working Paper 07-12, 2007
362007
Shopping time
N Petrosky-Nadeau, E Wasmer, S Zeng
Economics Letters 143, 52-60, 2016
232016
Changes in Labor Participation and Household Income
RE Hall, N Petrosky-Nadeau
FRBSF Economic Letters, 2016
162016
Unemployment Paths in a Pandemic Economy
N Petrosky-Nadeau, RG Valletta
FRBSF working paper, 2020
142020
Labor, Credit, and Goods Markets: The macroeconomics of search and unemployment
N Petrosky-Nadeau, E Wasmer
MIT Press, 2017
142017
An unemployment crisis after the onset of COVID-19
N Petrosky-Nadeau, RG Valletta
FRBSF Economic Letter 12, 1-5, 2020
112020
Unemployment: lower for longer?
N Petrosky-Nadeau, RG Valletta
FRBSF Economic Letter 21, 2019
112019
Replicating and projecting the path of COVID-19 with a model-implied reproduction number
SR Buckman, R Glick, KJ Lansing, N Petrosky-Nadeau, LM Seitelman
Infectious Disease Modelling 5, 635-651, 2020
102020
Job-to-job transitions in an evolving labor market
C Bosler, N Petrosky-Nadeau
FRBSF Economic Letter 34, 2016
102016
Why Aren’t US Workers Working?
MC Daly, JH Pedtke, N Petrosky-Nadeau, A Schweinert
FRBSF Economic Letter 24, 2018
92018
Reservation Benefits: Assessing job acceptance impacts of increased UI payments
N Petrosky-Nadeau
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 2020
82020
Parents in a pandemic labor market
O Lofton, N Petrosky-Nadeau, L Seitelman
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 2021
72021
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