Matthew C. Plosser

Matthew Plosser

Financial Research Advisor
Banking Studies
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

matthew.plosser@ny.frb.org

   
Bank Liquidity Provision Across the Firm Size Distribution
With Gabriel Chodorow-Reich, Olivier Darmouni, and Stephan Luck
Journal of Financial Economics, Forthcoming
Previously circulated as Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 942, October 2020

Import Competition and Household Debt
With Jean-Noël Barrot, Erik Loualiche and Julien Sauvagnat
Journal of Finance, September 2021
Previously circulated as Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 821, August 2017

The Impact of Supervision on Bank Performance
With Beverly Hirtle and Anna Kovner
Journal of Finance, October 2020
Previously circulated as Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 768, March 2016, Revised September 2018

The Role of Technology in Mortgage Lending
With Andreas Fuster, Philipp Schnabl, and James Vickery
Review of Financial Studies, May 2019
Previously circulated as Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 836, February 2018

Bank Incentives’ and Inconsistent Risk Models
With João Santos
Review of Financial Studies, May 2018

Macroprudential Policy and the Revolving Door of Risk: Lessons from Leveraged Lending Guidance
With Sooji Kim and João Santos
Journal of Financial Intermediation, April 2018

Supervising Large, Complex Financial Institutions: What Do Supervisors Do?
With Thomas Eisenbach, Andrew Haughwout, Beverly Hirtle, Anna Kovner and David Lucca
Economic Policy Review, Volume 23, Number 1, February 2017
Previously circulated as Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 729, May 2015

Buyout Activity: The Impact of Aggregate Discount Rates
With Valentin Haddad and Erik Loualiche
Journal of Finance, January 2017
Previously circulated as Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Reports 606, March 2013

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