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Ian Dew-Becker
Ian Dew-Becker
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Where did the productivity growth go? Inflation dynamics and the distribution of income
I Dew-Becker, RJ Gordon
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2005
4832005
The role of labor market changes in the slowdown of European productivity growth
I Dew-Becker, RJ Gordon
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2008
257*2008
Uncertainty shocks as second-moment news shocks
D Berger, I Dew-Becker, S Giglio
The Review of Economic Studies 87 (1), 40-76, 2020
2412020
Controversies about the rise of American inequality: A survey
RJ Gordon, I Dew-Becker
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2008
2382008
The price of variance risk
I Dew-Becker, S Giglio, A Le, M Rodriguez
Journal of Financial Economics 123 (2), 225-250, 2017
2302017
Asset pricing in the frequency domain: theory and empirics
I Dew-Becker, S Giglio
The Review of Financial Studies 29 (8), 2029-2068, 2016
1772016
Selected issues in the rise of income inequality
RJ Gordon, I Dew-Becker
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 2007 (2), 169-190, 2007
111*2007
Bond pricing with a time‐varying price of risk in an estimated medium‐scale Bayesian DSGE model
I Dew‐Becker
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 46 (5), 837-888, 2014
762014
Hedging macroeconomic and financial uncertainty and volatility
I Dew-Becker, S Giglio, B Kelly
Journal of Financial Economics 142 (1), 23-45, 2021
692021
Long-run risk is the worst-case scenario
R Bidder, I Dew-Becker
American Economic Review 106 (9), 2494-2527, 2016
682016
How much sunlight does it take to disinfect a boardroom? A short history of executive compensation regulation in America
I Dew-Becker
CESifo Economic Studies 55 (3-4), 434-457, 2009
512009
Cross-sectional uncertainty and the business cycle: evidence from 40 years of options data
I Dew-Becker, S Giglio
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 15 (2), 65-96, 2023
472023
A model of time-varying risk premia with habits and production
I Dew-Becker
Unpublished Paper, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 2012
422012
Layoff risk, the welfare cost of business cycles, and monetary policy
D Berger, I Dew-Becker, L Schmidt, Y Takahashi
Available at SSRN 2659941, 2019
41*2019
On the effects of restricting short-term investment
N Crouzet, I Dew-Becker, CG Nathanson
The Review of Financial Studies 33 (1), 1-43, 2020
33*2020
Investment and the cost of capital in the cross-section: The term spread predicts the duration of investment
I Dew-Becker
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Working Paper 9, 35, 2012
262012
Skewness and time-varying second moments in a nonlinear production network: theory and evidence
I Dew-Becker, A Tahbaz-Salehi, A Vedolin
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
25*2021
How risky is consumption in the long-run? benchmark estimates from a robust estimator
I Dew-Becker
The Review of Financial Studies 30 (2), 631-666, 2017
22*2017
Real-time forward-looking skewness over the business cycle
I Dew-Becker
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
172022
Essentially affine approximations for economic models
I Dew-Becker
manuscript, June, 2012
102012
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