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Selection and monetary non-neutrality in time-dependent pricing models
C Carvalho, F Schwartzman
Journal of Monetary Economics 76, 141-156, 2015
86*2015
Cognitive hubs and spatial redistribution
E Rossi-Hansberg, PD Sarte, F Schwartzman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
742019
Estimativa de curva de Phillips para o Brasil com prešos desagregados
FF Schwartzman
Economia Aplicada 10, 137-155, 2006
702006
What inventory behavior tells us about how business cycles have changed
PD Sarte, F Schwartzman, TA Lubik
Journal of Monetary Economics 76, 264-283, 2015
292015
Accounting for unemployment in the Great Recession: nonparticipation matters
M Kudlyak, FF Schwartzman
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Working Paper, 2012
242012
Does redistribution increase output? The centrality of labor supply
K Athreya, A Owens, F Schwartzman
Quantitative Economics 8 (3), 761-808, 2017
212017
Minority unemployment, inflation, and monetary policy
M Lee, C Macaluso, F Schwartzman
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, 2021
182021
Time to produce and emerging market crises
F Schwartzman
Journal of Monetary Economics 68, 37-52, 2014
172014
Climate defaults and financial adaptation
T Phan, FF Schwartzman
FRB Richmond Working Paper, 2023
14*2023
Local scars of the US housing crisis
S Bhattarai, F Schwartzman, C Yang
Journal of Monetary Economics 119, 40-57, 2021
142021
The benefits of commitment to a currency peg: Aggregate lessons from the regional effects of the 1896 us presidential election
SL Fulford, F Schwartzman
Review of Economics and Statistics 102 (3), 600-616, 2020
12*2020
The consumption origins of business cycles: Lessons from sectoral dynamics
C Matthes, F Schwartzman
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Working Paper, 2021
10*2021
Inequality across and within US cities around the turn of the twenty-first century
FF Schwartzman
Economic Quarterly, 1-35, 2017
92017
When do credit frictions matter for business cycles?
FF Schwartzman
FRB Economic Quarterly 98 (3), 209-230, 2013
92013
Multilateral Comovement in a New Keynesian World: A Little Trade Goes a Long Way
P Ho, PDG Sarte, FF Schwartzman
FRB Richmond Working Paper, 2022
62022
Are firms factoring increasing inflation into their prices?
F Schwartzman, SR Waddell
Richmond Fed Economic Brief 22 (08), 2022
52022
Public and Private Debt after the Pandemic and Policy Normalization
TA Lubik, FF Schwartzman
42020
Inequality in and across Cities
JS Romero, F Schwartzman
Richmond Fed Economic Brief, 2018
42018
The business cycle behavior of working capital
F Schwartzman
Economic Quarterly-Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond 99 (4), 287, 2013
42013
Will COVID-19 Leave Lasting Economic Scars?
T Sablik, F Schwartzman
Richmond Fed Economic Brief, 1-5, 2020
32020
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