Daniel García

PhD Candidate 2017-2018

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Thesis Title: "Essays on Credit Supply and Demand In the Housing Boom and the Bust"  - Download Abstract (PDF)

Fields: Macroeconomics, Banking, Consumer Finance

Main Advisor: Christopher Carroll

Research:

"Employment in the Great Recession: How Important were Household Credit Supply Shocks?" (Job Market Paper)

"Property Investors and the Housing Boom and Bust"

"Can Risky Rural-Urban Migration Explain the Flow of Capital from Developing to Advanced Economies?"

"Did Originate-to-Distribute Mortgage Lenders Expand Faster in the Boom?"

Other Activity:

Dissertation fellow at the Federal Reserve Board and Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago 2016, 2017

Instructor:

Seminar in Financial Literacy (Undergraduate), Winter 2016, 2017.
Macroeconometrics (Masters), Summer 2016.
Elements of Microeconomics (Undergraduate), Summer 2014, 2015.

References:

Professor Christopher Carroll - ccarroll@jhu.edu
Professor Jon Faust - faustj@jhu.edu
Professor Jonathan Wright - wrightj@jhu.edu