Daniel H. Cooper
Daniel H. Cooper
Senior Economist and Policy Advisor

Research

email  daniel.cooper@bos.frb.org

617-973-4220

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Primary fields of research

Macroeconomics, consumer behavior

Publications

Refereed Journal Articles

“Household Formation over Time: Evidence from Two Cohorts of Young Adults,” with María José Luengo-Prado. 2018. Journal of Housing Economics 41(2018): 106–123. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhe.2018.06.002

"Wealth Effects and Macroeconomic Dynamics," with Karen Dynan. 2016. Journal of Economic Surveys 30(1): 34–55.

"The Role of Taxes in Mitigating Income Inequality across the U.S. States." 2015. National Tax Journal 68(4): 943–974.

"Household Wealth Effects and the US Macroeconomy," with Karen Dynan. 2015. Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary, Searchable, and Linkable Resource.

"House Price Growth When Children Are Teenagers: A Path to Higher Earnings?" with Maria José Luengo-Prado. 2015. Journal of Urban Economics 86: 54–72.

"Asymmetric Responses to Income Changes: The Payroll Tax Increase versus Tax Refund in 2013," with Anat Bracha. 2014. Economic Letters 124(3), 534–538.

"House Price Fluctuations: The Role of Housing Wealth as Borrowing Collateral." 2013. Review of Economics and Statistics 95(4): 1183–1197. MIT Press Journals.

"The S&P 500 Effect: Not So Good in the Long Run," with Geoffrey Woglom. 2003. Journal of Investing 12(4): 62–73. Institutional Investor Journals.

Working Papers and Other Unpublished Papers

"The Local Aggregate Effects of Minimum Wage Increases," with María José Luengo-Prado and Jonathan A. Parker. 2017. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 17-8.

"Monetary Policy and Regional House-Price Appreciation," with María José Luengo-Prado and Giovanni P. Olivei. 2016. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 16-18.

"Household Formation over Time: Evidence from Two Cohorts of Young Adults," with Maria José Luengo-Prado. 2016. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers Series No. 16-17.

"Household Formation over Time: Evidence from Two Cohorts of Young Adults," with Maria José Luengo-Prado. 2015. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Current Policy Perspectives No. 15-4.

"Student Loan Debt and Economic Outcomes," with J. Christina Wang. 2014. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Current Policy Perspectives No. 14-7.

"Labor Market Exit and Re-Entry: Is the United States Poised for a Rebound in the Labor Force Participation Rate?" with Maria José Luengo-Prado. 2014. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Current Policy Perspectives No. 14-2.

"The Ins and Arounds in the U.S. Housing Market," with Rudiger Bachmann. 2014. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 14-3.

"Asymmetric Responses to Tax-Induced Changes in Personal Income: The 2013 Payroll Tax Hike versus Anticipated 2012 Tax Refunds," with Anat Bracha. 2013. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Public Policy Briefs No. 13-4.

"The Effect of Unemployment Duration on Future Earnings and Other Outcomes." 2013. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 13-8.

"Changes in U.S. Household Balance Sheet Behavior after the Housing Bust and Great Recession: Evidence from Panel Data." 2013. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Public Policy Discussion Papers No. 13-6.

"Wealth Shocks and Macroeconomic Dynamics," with Karen Dynan. 2013. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Public Policy Discussion Papers No. 13-4.

"Cyclical and Sectoral Transitions in the U.S. Housing Market," with Rudiger Bachmann. 2012. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 12-17.

"U.S. Household Deleveraging: What Do the Aggregate and Household Data Tell Us?" 2012. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Public Policy Briefs No. 12-2.

"Quantifying the Role of Federal and State Taxes in Mitigating Income Inequality," with Byron F. Lutz and Michael G. Palumbo. 2011. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Public Policy Discussion Papers No. 11-7.

"House Price Growth When Kids Are Teenagers: A Path to Higher Intergenerational Achievement?" with Maria Jose Luengo-Prado. 2011. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 11-6.

"Imputing Household Spending in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics: A Comparison of Approaches." 2010. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Working Papers No. 10-12.

"Impending U.S. Spending Bust? The Role of Housing Wealth as Borrowing Collateral." 2009. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Public Policy Discussion Papers No. 09-9.

"Did Easy Credit Lead to Overspending? Home Equity Borrowing and Household Behavior in the Early 2000s." 2009. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Research Department Public Policy Discussion Papers No. 09-7.