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Greg Kaplan
Greg Kaplan
Department of Economics, University of Chicago
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Monetary policy according to HANK
G Kaplan, B Moll, GL Violante
American Economic Review 108 (3), 697-743, 2018
12702018
A model of the consumption response to fiscal stimulus payments
G Kaplan, GL Violante
Econometrica 82 (4), 1199-1239, 2014
10382014
The wealthy hand-to-mouth
G Kaplan, GL Violante, J Weidner
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2014
6872014
The housing boom and bust: Model meets evidence
G Kaplan, K Mitman, GL Violante
Journal of Political Economy 128 (9), 3285-3345, 2020
4272020
How much consumption insurance beyond self-insurance?
G Kaplan, GL Violante
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 2010
4152010
Moving back home: Insurance against labor market risk
G Kaplan
Journal of Political Economy 120 (3), 446-512, 2012
3592012
Understanding the long‐run decline in interstate migration
G Kaplan, S Schulhofer‐Wohl
International Economic Review 58 (1), 57-94, 2017
3582017
The morphology of price dispersion
G Kaplan, G Menzio
International Economic Review 56 (4), 1165-1206, 2015
2612015
Shopping externalities and self-fulfilling unemployment fluctuations
G Kaplan, G Menzio
Journal of Political Economy 124 (3), 771-825, 2016
2532016
Inequality and the life cycle
G Kaplan
Quantitative Economics 3 (3), 471-525, 2012
2092012
The great lockdown and the big stimulus: Tracing the pandemic possibility frontier for the US
G Kaplan, B Moll, GL Violante
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
2002020
When inequality matters for macro and macro matters for inequality
SH Ahn, G Kaplan, B Moll, T Winberry, C Wolf
NBER macroeconomics annual 32 (1), 1-75, 2018
1972018
Microeconomic heterogeneity and macroeconomic shocks
G Kaplan, GL Violante
Journal of Economic Perspectives 32 (3), 167-94, 2018
1952018
Inflation at the household level
G Kaplan, S Schulhofer-Wohl
Journal of Monetary Economics 91, 19-38, 2017
1532017
Interstate migration has fallen less than you think: Consequences of hot deck imputation in the Current Population Survey
G Kaplan, S Schulhofer-Wohl
Demography 49 (3), 1061-1074, 2012
1492012
Non-durable consumption and housing net worth in the great recession: Evidence from easily accessible data
G Kaplan, K Mitman, GL Violante
Journal of Public Economics 189, 104176, 2020
1482020
Pandemics according to HANK
G Kaplan, B Moll, G Violante
Powerpoint presentation, LSE 31, 2020
1312020
Lifetime incomes in the United States over six decades
F Guvenen, G Kaplan, J Song, J Weidner
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
1302017
Higher education funding reforms in England: The distributional effects and the shifting balance of costs
L Dearden, E Fitzsimons, A Goodman, G Kaplan
The Economic Journal 118 (526), F100-F125, 2008
1242008
Some unpleasant markup arithmetic: Production function elasticities and their estimation from production data
S Bond, A Hashemi, G Kaplan, P Zoch
Journal of Monetary Economics 121, 1-14, 2021
1142021
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