Raven E. Saks

U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics

20th and C Streets, NW

Washington, DC 20551

United States

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Scholarly Papers (9)

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Citation 32

Why Have Housing Prices Gone Up?

Harvard Institute of Economic Research Discussion Paper No. 2061
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 01 Feb 2005
Edward L. Glaeser, Joseph Gyourko and Raven E. Saks
Harvard University - Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania - Real Estate Department and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
Downloads 1,060 (20,145)

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Why Have Housing Prices Gone Up?

NBER Working Paper No. w11129
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 11 Mar 2005 Last Revised: 15 May 2012
Edward L. Glaeser, Joseph Gyourko and Raven E. Saks
Harvard University - Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania - Real Estate Department and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
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Citation 10

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Executive Compensation: A New View from a Long-Term Perspective, 1936-2005

FEDS Working Paper No. 2007-35, AFA 2008 New Orleans Meetings Paper
Number of pages: 76 Posted: 22 Mar 2007
Carola Frydman and Raven E. Saks
Northwestern University and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
Downloads 1,026 (21,138)
Citation 115

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executive compensation, managerial incentives, employee stock options, Migration, Business Cycles

Executive Compensation: A New View from a Long-Term Perspective, 1936-2005

NBER Working Paper No. w14145
Number of pages: 51 Posted: 30 Jun 2008 Last Revised: 27 Aug 2010
Carola Frydman and Raven E. Saks
Northwestern University and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
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Citation 115

Corruption in America

Harvard Institute of Economic Research Discussion Paper No. 2043
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 04 Oct 2004
Edward L. Glaeser and Raven E. Saks
Harvard University - Department of Economics and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
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Corruption in America

NBER Working Paper No. w10821
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 19 Oct 2004 Last Revised: 28 Jul 2010
Edward L. Glaeser and Raven E. Saks
Harvard University - Department of Economics and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
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Citation 36

Urban Growth and Housing Supply

Harvard Institute of Economic Research Discussion Paper No. 2062
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 05 Feb 2005
Edward L. Glaeser, Joseph Gyourko and Raven E. Saks
Harvard University - Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania - Real Estate Department and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
Downloads 424 (69,466)
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Urban Growth and Housing Supply

NBER Working Paper No. w11097
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 01 Mar 2005 Last Revised: 14 Sep 2014
Edward L. Glaeser, Joseph Gyourko and Raven E. Saks
Harvard University - Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania - Real Estate Department and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
Downloads 74 (332,260)
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Urban Growth and Housing Supply

Journal of Economic Geography, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 71-89, 2006
Posted: 29 Feb 2008
Edward L. Glaeser, Joseph Gyourko and Raven E. Saks
Harvard University - Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania - Real Estate Department and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics

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Why is Manhattan so Expensive? Regulation and the Rise in House Prices

Harvard Institute of Economic Research Discussion Paper No. 2020
Number of pages: 54 Posted: 18 Nov 2003
Edward L. Glaeser, Joseph Gyourko and Raven E. Saks
Harvard University - Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania - Real Estate Department and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
Downloads 368 (82,060)
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Why is Manhattan so Expensive? Regulation and the Rise in House Prices

NBER Working Paper No. w10124
Number of pages: 54 Posted: 28 Nov 2003 Last Revised: 01 Sep 2010
Edward L. Glaeser, Joseph Gyourko and Raven E. Saks
Harvard University - Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania - Real Estate Department and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
Downloads 97 (280,532)
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Downward Nominal Wage Rigidity: Evidence from the Employment Cost Index

FEDS Working Paper No. 99-31
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 13 Dec 1999
David E. Lebow, Raven E. Saks and Beth Anne Wilson
U.S. Federal Reserve Board - Macroeconomic Analysis Section, U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics and Government of the United States of America - Division of International Finance (IFDP)
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Job Creation and Housing Construction: Constraints on Metropolitan Area Employment Growth

FEDS Working Paper No. 2005-49
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 05 Jan 2006
Raven E. Saks
U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics
Downloads 113 (250,823)
Citation 35

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Housing supply, zoning regulations, local labor markets

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Labor Reallocation Over the Business Cycle: New Evidence from Internal Migration

IZA Discussion Paper No. 2766, FEDS Working Paper No. 2007-32
Number of pages: 50 Posted: 07 May 2007
Raven E. Saks and Abigail Wozniak
U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics and University of Notre Dame
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internal migration, worker reallocation, business cycles, procyclical migration

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Has Compensation Become More Flexible?

FEDS Working Paper No. 2000-27
Posted: 02 Oct 2000
Government of the United States of America - Division of Research and Statistics, Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Bureau of Labor Statistics and U.S. Federal Reserve - Division of Research and Statistics

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wage inequality, wage compression, pay equity