Christopher J. Palmer
Christopher J. Palmer
Assistant Professor of Finance, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Creating moves to opportunity: Experimental evidence on barriers to neighborhood choice
P Bergman, R Chetty, S DeLuca, N Hendren, LF Katz, C Palmer
American Economic Review 114 (5), 1281-1337, 2024
How quantitative easing works: Evidence on the refinancing channel
M Di Maggio, A Kermani, CJ Palmer
The Review of Economic Studies 87 (3), 1498-1528, 2020
Housing market spillovers: Evidence from the end of rent control in Cambridge, Massachusetts
DH Autor, CJ Palmer, PA Pathak
Journal of Political Economy 122 (3), 661-717, 2014
IV quantile regression for group‐level treatments, with an application to the distributional effects of trade
D Chetverikov, B Larsen, C Palmer
Econometrica 84 (2), 809-833, 2016
Why did so many subprime borrowers default during the crisis: Loose credit or plummeting prices?
C Palmer
SSRN, 2015
Gentrification and the amenity value of crime reductions: Evidence from rent deregulation
CJ Palmer, PA Pathak
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
Monthly payment targeting and the demand for maturity
BS Argyle, TD Nadauld, CJ Palmer
The Review of Financial Studies 33 (11), 5416-5462, 2020
Real effects of search frictions in consumer credit markets
B Argyle, T Nadauld, C Palmer
The Review of Financial Studies 36 (7), 2685-2720, 2023
Heteroskedasticity-robust inference in finite samples
J Hausman, C Palmer
Economics Letters 116 (2), 232-235, 2012
Testing the effectiveness of consumer financial disclosure: Experimental evidence from savings accounts
P Adams, S Hunt, C Palmer, R Zaliauskas
Journal of Financial Economics 141 (1), 122-147, 2021
Errors in the dependent variable of quantile regression models
J Hausman, H Liu, Y Luo, C Palmer
Econometrica 89 (2), 849-873, 2021
The capitalization of consumer financing into durable goods prices
B Argyle, T Nadauld, C Palmer, R Pratt
The Journal of Finance 76 (1), 169-210, 2021
Ending rent control reduced crime in Cambridge
DH Autor, CJ Palmer, PA Pathak
AEA Papers and Proceedings 109, 381-384, 2019
Are stated expectations actual beliefs? New evidence for the beliefs channel of investment demand
H Liu, C Palmer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
Personal bankruptcy and the accumulation of shadow debt
B Argyle, B Iverson, TD Nadauld, C Palmer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
Attention, search and switching: Evidence on mandated disclosure from the savings market
P Adams, S Hunt, C Palmer, R Zaliauskas
FCA Occasional Paper, 2016
The last mile of monetary policy: Inattention, reminders, and the refinancing channel
S Byrne, K Devine, M King, Y McCarthy, C Palmer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023
Finite sample bias corrected IV estimation for weak and many instruments
M Harding, J Hausman, CJ Palmer
Advances in Econometrics: Essays in Honor of Aman Ullah 36, 245-273, 2016
Explaining racial disparities in personal bankruptcy outcomes
B Argyle, S Indarte, B Iverson, C Palmer
Working Paper, 2023
Interpretation of β in log-linear models
C Palmer
Retrieved 10/09/2023, from https://faculty. haas. berkeley. edu/palmer …, 2011
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