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"Bottlenecks: Sectoral Imbalances and the US Productivity Slowdown" (joint with Daron Acemoglu and David Autor) Forthcoming, NBER Macroeconomics Annual 2023, volume 38.

        (NBER Working Paper 31427)

"The Matching Multiplier and the Amplification of Recessions" American Economic Review. April 2023. Vol 113, Issue 4. 982-1012. 

"The Forward Guidance Puzzle" (joint with Marco Del Negro and Marc Giannoni) Journal of Political Economy Macroeconomics. Volume 1, Issue 1. 2023. 43-79

Unemployment Insurance as a Uniform Payroll Tax” (joint with Sebastian Graves, Jonathon Hazell and Walker Lewis). American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings. May 2022

The Fall of the Labor Share and the Rise of Superstar Firms” (joint with David Autor, David Dorn, Larry Katz and John Van Reenen). Quarterly Journal of Economics. Volume 135, Issue 2, May 2020, Pages 645–709, 

(NBER Working Paper 23396) (New! Industry concentration data by sector 1982-2017)

Concentrating on the Fall of the Labor Share” (joint with David Autor, David Dorn, Larry Katz and John Van Reenen). American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings. May 2017. Vol.107, No. 5. 180-185.

Job Search Behavior Over the Business Cycle” (joint with Toshihiko Mukoyama and Ayşegül Şahin). AEJ:Macroeconomics. January 2018. Vol 10, No. 1. 190-215. 

Working hard in the Wrong Place: A Mismatch Based Explanation to the U.K.'s Productivity Puzzle” (joint with Ayşegül Şahin, Giorgio Topa and Giovanni Violante). European Economic Review. 2016. Vol 84, 42-56.

Published version.


"National Wage Setting" (joint with Joe Hazell, Heather Sarsons and Bledi Taska) October 2022

        Revise and Resubmit, American Economic Review

        (NBER Working Paper 30623

         Firm name cleaning code

"Monetary Policy and the Labor Market: A Quasi-Experiment in Sweden" (joint with John Coglianese and Maria Olsson) August 2023

Fiscal Policy in a Networked Economy” (joint with Joel Flynn and John Sturm) May 2021

         (NBER Working Paper 29619)

"I Want You! (but not you): Selection in Military Retention" (joint with Jonathan Petkun and William Skimmyhorn)


"It's Where You Work that Matters: Task-Based Networks and Industry-Specific Shocks"

Christina Patterson

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