Monetary policy and firm heterogeneity in the United States

Grant Type: doctoral

Grant Year: 2020

Grant Amount: $15,000


Grant description:

With the Federal Reserve’s focus on promoting maximum employment, it is important for researchers to understand how U.S. monetary policy affects firms’ employment differently. This research project will analyze how the age and size of a firm impacts the firm’s responsiveness to monetary policy. Using the Business Dynamics Statistics and Quarterly Workforce Indicators datasets from the U.S. Census Bureau, the researcher will attempt to provide new evidence on the distributional effect of monetary policy on the employment of heterogenous firms in the United States from 1977 to 2007.

AUTHORS:

Lina Yu

Grant Categories

Macroeconomic Policy


Topics

Monetary Policy

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