Daniel Cooper

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Economist

600 Atlantic Avenue

Boston, MA 02210

United States

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Scholarly Papers (11)

1.

The S&P 500 Effect: Not Such Good News in the Long Run

FEDS Working Paper No. 2002-48
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 12 Feb 2003
Daniel Cooper and Geoffrey R. Woglom
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Amherst College - Department of Economics
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Capital markets, market efficiency, asset pricing

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Impending U.S. Spending Bust? The Role of Housing Wealth as Borrowing Collateral

FRB of Boston Public Policy Discussion Paper No. 09-9
Number of pages: 61 Posted: 09 Dec 2009
Daniel Cooper
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
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Did Easy Credit Lead to Overspending? Home Equity Borrowing and Household Behavior in the Early 2000s

FRB of Boston Public Policy Discussion Paper No. 09-7
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 09 Dec 2009 Last Revised: 04 Mar 2010
Daniel Cooper
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
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The Effect of Unemployment Duration on Future Earnings and Other Outcomes

FRB of Boston Working Paper No. 13-8
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 12 Dec 2013
Daniel Cooper
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
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Household Formation Over Time: Evidence from Two Cohorts of Young Adults

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Paper Series Current Policy Perspectives Paper No. 15-4
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 09 Nov 2015
Daniel Cooper and María José Luengo‐Prado
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
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Household Formation Over Time: Evidence from Two Cohorts of Young Adults

FRB of Boston Working Paper No. 16-17
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 09 Dec 2016
Daniel Cooper and María José Luengo‐Prado
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
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Wealth Shocks and Macroeconomic Dynamics

Number of pages: 23 Posted: 08 Sep 2013
Daniel Cooper and Karen E. Dynan
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Harvard University
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Housing Wealth, Financial Wealth, Wealth Effects, Consumption, Borrowing Constraints, Saving, Household Debt, Deleveraging

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Changes in U.S. Household Balance Sheet Behavior after the Housing Bust and Great Recession: Evidence from Panel Data

FRB of Boston Public Policy Discussion Paper No. 13-6
Number of pages: 60 Posted: 12 Dec 2013
Daniel Cooper
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
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Monetary Policy and Regional House-Price Appreciation

FRB of Boston Working Paper No. 16-18
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 14 Dec 2016
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
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Wealth Effects and Macroeconomic Dynamics

Journal of Economic Surveys, Vol. 30, Issue 1, pp. 34-55, 2016
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 06 Jan 2016
Daniel Cooper and Karen E. Dynan
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Harvard University
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Borrowing constraints, Consumption, Deleveraging, Financial wealth, Household debt, Housing wealth, Saving, Wealth effects

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The Ins and Arounds in the U.S. Housing Market

CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP10041
Number of pages: 57 Posted: 25 Sep 2014
Rüdiger Bachmann and Daniel Cooper
RWTH Aachen University and Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
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housing market, housing turnover, net and gross flows, PSID

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Quantifying the Role of Federal and State Taxes in Mitigating Wage Inequality

FEDS Working Paper No. 2012-05
Posted: 10 Feb 2012
Byron F. Lutz, Daniel Cooper and Michael Palumbo
Federal Reserve Board - Research Division, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve - Flow of Funds Section

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Wage inequality, tax incidence