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Jose Mustre-del-Rio
Jose Mustre-del-Rio
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The persistence of financial distress
K Athreya, J Mustre-del-Río, JM Sánchez
The Review of Financial Studies 32 (10), 3851-3883, 2019
512019
How much have record corporate profits contributed to recent inflation?
A Glover, J Mustre-del-Río, A von Ende-Becker
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Review 108 (1), 1-13, 2023
472023
Wealth and labor supply heterogeneity
J Mustre-del-Rio
Review of Economic Dynamics 18 (3), 619-634, 2015
392015
Corporate profits contributed a lot to inflation in 2021 but little in 2022—a pattern seen in past economic recoveries
A Glover, J Mustre-del-Rio, A von Ende-Becker
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Review, 2023
102023
Job Duration over the business Cycle
J Mustre‐Del‐Río
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 51 (6), 1691-1711, 2019
102019
The shadow labor supply and its implications for the unemployment rate
T Davig, J Mustre-del-Río
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Economic Review 98 (3), 5-29, 2013
102013
Financial frictions and occupational mobility
WB Hawkins, J Mustre-del-Rio
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Working Paper, 2016
82016
Job duration and the cleansing and sullying effects of recessions
J Mustre-del-Rio
Federal Research Bank of Kansas City, Research Division, 2012
82012
What Happens When the Minimum Wage Rises? It Depends on Monetary Policy
A Glover, J Mustre-del-Río
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Economic Review 106 (3), 25-44, 2021
72021
The aggregate implications of individual labor supply heterogeneity
J Mustre-del-Río
Federal Research Bank of Kansas City, Research Division, 2011
72011
COVID-19 and financial distress: Employment vulnerability
KB Athreya, R Mather, J Mustre-del-Rio, JM Sanchez
On the Economy, 2020
62020
COVID-19 and households’ financial distress part 1: Employment vulnerability and (financial) pre-existing conditions
K Athreya, R Mather, J Mustre-del Río, JM Sánchez
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, 2020
42020
Job duration, wages, and the cleansing and sullying effects of recessions
J Mustre-del-Río
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Working Paper,(12-08), 2014
42014
The Social Capital Effect on Economic Growth
J Mustre del Río
The Ohio State University, 2005
42005
Job duration and match quality over the cycle
J Mustre-del-Rio
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Working Paper, 2016
32016
Confident about quitting: job leavers and labor market optimism
J Mustre-del-Río, W Xu
Macro Bulletin, 1-2, 2015
32015
KC Fed LMCI Implies the Labor Market Is Closer to a Full Recovery than the Unemployment Rate Alone Suggests
A Glover, J Mustre-del-Río, E Pollard
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Economic Bulletin, October 19, 2021
22021
The evolving relationship between COVID-19 and financial distress
K Athreya, J Mustre-del-Rio, JM Sanchez, O Wilkinson
KC Fed Economic Bulletin, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.(February 24), 2021
22021
Household Financial Distress and the Burden of'Aggregate'Shocks
K Athreya, R Mather, J Mustre-del-Rio, JM Sanchez
FRB Richmond Working Paper, 2020
22020
Consumption in the Great Recession: The Financial Distress Channel
K Athreya, R Mather, J Mustre-del-Rio, J M Sánchez Céspedes
22019
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