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Marianna Kudlyak was an economist in the Research Department from 2008 to 2016. Kudlyak is currently a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

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February 2018, No. 18-04

Regional Consumption Responses and the Aggregate Fiscal Multiplier

Marianna Kudlyak, Marios Karabarbounis, Bill Dupor and M. Saif Mehkari

November 2015, No. 15-14R

Intergenerational Linkages in Household Credit (Revised December 2016)

Marianna Kudlyak and Andra C. Ghent

May 2014, No. 14-12R

The Intensity of Job Search and Search Duration (Revised July 2016)

Marianna Kudlyak and R. Jason Faberman

January 2014, No. 14-01

Does Greater Inequality Lead to More Household Borrowing? New Evidence from Household Data

Marianna Kudlyak, Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Olivier Coibion and John Mondragon

August 2013, No. 13-11

Productivity Insurance: The Role of Unemployment Benefits in a Multi-Sector Model

Marianna Kudlyak, David L. Fuller and Damba Lkhagvasuren

August 2013, No. 13-09R

Are Young Borrowers Bad Borrowers? (Revised June 2014)

Marianna Kudlyak, Andra C. Ghent and Peter Debbaut

April 2012, No. 12-03R

Systematic Job Search: New Evidence from Individual Job Application Data (Revised September 2014)

Marianna Kudlyak, Damba Lkhagvasuren and Roman Sysuyev

August 2010, No. 10-13

The Cyclical Price of Labor When Wages Are Smoothed

Marianna Kudlyak

September 2009, No. 09-12R

The Cyclicality of the User Cost of Labor (Revised: March 2013)

Marianna Kudlyak

First Quarter 2014

Measuring Resource Utilization in the Labor Market

Marianna Kudlyak, Andreas Hornstein and Fabian Lange

First Quarter 2013

A Cohort Model of Labor Force Participation

Marianna Kudlyak

Third Quarter 2012

Housing Services Price Inflation

Marianna Kudlyak

Fourth Quarter 2011

Accounting for the Non-Employment of U.S. Men, 1968-2010

Marianna Kudlyak, Thomas A. Lubik and Jonathan Tompkins

Second Quarter 2010

Are Wages Rigid Over the Business Cycle?

Marianna Kudlyak

May 2018, No. 18-05

Estimating Aggregate Fiscal Multipliers from Local Data

Marianna Kudlyak, Marios Karabarbounis, Bill Dupor, M. Saif Mehkari and David A. Price

November 2015, No. 15-11

Why Are Women Leaving the Labor Force?

Marianna Kudlyak, Helen Fessenden and Maria E. Canon

February 2015, No. 15-02

How Should the Fed Interpret Slow Wage Growth?

Marianna Kudlyak, Thomas A. Lubik and Karl Rhodes

June 2014, No. 14-06

Does the Unemployment Rate Really Overstate Labor Market Recovery?

Marianna Kudlyak, Andreas Hornstein, Fabian Lange and Tim Sablik

December 2013, No. 13-12

How Risky Are Young Borrowers?

Marianna Kudlyak, Andra C. Ghent, Peter Debbaut and Jessie Romero

April 2013, No. 13-04

Job Search Behavior: Lessons from Online Job Search

Marianna Kudlyak and Jessie Romero

April 2010, No. 10-04

Comparing Labor Markets across Recessions

Marianna Kudlyak, Devin Reilly and Stephen Slivinski

September 2009, No. 09-09

Deterring Default: Why Some State Laws Decrease the Probability of Mortgage Foreclosures

Marianna Kudlyak, Andra C. Ghent and Stephen Slivinski

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