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Working Papers

The Heller-Hurwicz Economic Institute fosters research on a variety of topics, including select major socioeconomic problems like climate change, financial regulation, and social insurance. We've collected the working papers by University of Minnesota faculty and affiliated scholars below to encourage commentary and dialogue.

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Latest Update Title Author
May 2016 PDF iconHow Credit Constraints Impact Job Finding Rates, Sorting & Aggregate Output Kyle Herkenhoff, Gordon Phillips, Ethan Cohen-Cole
April 2016 PDF iconHealth Insurance Exchange Design in an Empirical Equilibrium Labor Market Model Naoki Aizawa
April 2016 PDF iconThe Envelope Theorem, Euler and Bellman Equations, without Differentiability Ramon Marimon, Jan Werner
February 2016 PDF iconOn Financing Retirement with an Aging Population Ellen McGrattan, Edward Prescott
October 2015 PDF icon"Equilibrium Labor Market Search and Health Insurance Reform" Naoki Aizawa, Hanming Fang
October 2015 PDF iconAdvertising and Risk Selection in Health Insurance Markets Naoki Aizawa, You Suk Kim
September 2015 PDF icon"The Impact of Foreclosure Delay on US Unemployment" Kyle Herkenhoff, Lee Ohanian
August 2015 PDF icon"The Impact of Consumer Credit Access on Unemployment" Kyle Herkenhoff
June 2015 PDF icon"Intangible Capital and Measured Productivity" Ellen McGrattan
August 2014 PDF icon"Participation in Risk Sharing under Ambiguity" Jan Werner
August 2014 PDF icon"Cooperative Institutions" Piotr Evdokimov, David Rahman
May 2014 PDF icon"Frequent Actions with Infrequent Coordination" David Rahman
March 2014 PDF icon"Speculative Trade under Ambiguity" Jan Werner
March 2014 PDF icon"Personality and Bargaining Power" Piotr Evdokimov, David Rahman
June 2013 PDF icon"Information Delay in Games with Frequent Actions" David Rahman
July 2013 PDF icon"Unemployment, Negative Equity, and Strategic Default" Kristopher Gerardi, Kyle Herkenhoff, Lee Ohanian, Paul Willen
October 2012 PDF icon"Informal Unemployment Insurance and Labor Market Dynamics" Kyle Herkenhoff
February 2009 PDF icon"The Alternative to Equilibrium Existence" David Rahman