Marybeth J. Mattingly
Marybeth J. Mattingly
Assistant Vice President, Community Development Research & Communications

Regional & Community Outreach

email  Beth.Mattingly@bos.frb.org

617-973-3639

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Publications

Federal Relief Prevented Large Surges in Poverty During the COVID Pandemic, with Zachary Parolin. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Invested: Policy Matters (2021).

It Took a Pandemic: Expanded Assistance, Material Hardship, and Helping Others during the Covid-19 Crisis with Julia Gutierrez, Emily Perlmeter, and Katherine E. Wullert, "In Monitoring the Crisis: American Voices Project." Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, and Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (2021).

Financial Strain and Material Hardship in the New England States During the COVID-19 Pandemic with Richard Rodems. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Community Development Issue Brief 21-1 (2021).

Proposal to Offset Families’ Child-Care Costs Could Enhance Equity by Dramatically Cutting Poverty Among People of Color Across New England,” with Jess Carson. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Issue Brief 21-3 (2021).

COVID-19 Didn't Create a Child Care Crisis, But Hastened and Inflamed It with Jessica A. Carson. Carsey Perspective, Carsey School of Public Policy, University of New Hampshire (2020).

Hardship and Well-being in the United States after the CARES Act with H. Luke Shaefer, Patrick Cooney, and Richard Rodems. Policy Solutions Policy Brief, University of Michigan (2020).

Unemployment insurance claims during COVID-19: Disparate impacts across industry and demography in New England states,” with Robert Clifford. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Issue Brief 20-5 (2020).

Health Insurance and Essential Service Workers in New England: Who Lacks Access to Care for COVID-19?” with Sara Chaganti and Amy Higgins. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Issue Brief 20-3 (2020).

Early Evidence from Massachusetts and Connecticut Suggests Nutritional Assistance Use Is Dramatically Increasing in New England During the Covid-19 Pandemic,” with Erin M. Graves and Catherine Tonsberg. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Field Note 20-1 (2020).

"The Effects of the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic on Service Workers in New England,” with Sara Chaganti, Erin Michelle Graves, Amy Higgins, Sarah Ann Savage, and Catherine Tonsberg. Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Issue Brief 20-1 (2020).