Matthew C. Plosser

Matthew Plosser

Senior Economist
Financial Intermediation Function
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

Phone (212) 720-7486
matthew.plosser@ny.frb.org

   

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Analyzing the Effects of CFPB Oversight
With Andreas Fuster and James Vickery
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, October 09, 2018

The Cost of Regulatory Capital
With João A.C. Santos
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, October 03, 2018

How is Technology Changing the Mortgage Market?
With Andreas Fuster and James Vickery
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, June 25, 2018

Did Import Competition Boost Household Debt Demand?
With Jean-Noel Barrot, Erik Loualiche, and Julien Sauvagnat
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, January 17, 2018

When Debts Compete, Which Wins?
With Jacob Conway
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, March 01, 2017

Did the Supervisory Guidance on Leveraged Lending Work?
With Sooji Kim and João A.C. Santos
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, May 16, 2016

How Does Supervision Affect Banks?
With Beverly Hirtle and Anna Kovner
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, April 13, 2016

The Effect of Fed Funds Rate Hikes on Consumer Borrowing Costs
With Nina Boyarchenko and Sooji Kim
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, December 21, 2015

What Drives Buyout Booms and Busts?
With Valentin Haddad and Erik Loualiche
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, June 01, 2015

Why Do Banks Keep All That “Fracking” Money?
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, December 03, 2014

What Do Banks Do with All That "Fracking" Money?
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Liberty Street Economics Blog, December 01, 2014


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