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Serdar Ozkan
Serdar Ozkan
Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis and University of Toronto
Verified email at alumni.upenn.edu - Homepage
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What do data on millions of US workers reveal about lifecycle earnings dynamics?
F Guvenen, F Karahan, S Ozkan, J Song
Econometrica 89 (5), 2303-2339, 2021
6872021
The nature of countercyclical income risk
F Guvenen, S Ozkan, J Song
Journal of Political Economy 122 (3), 621-660, 2014
6572014
Taxation of human capital and wage inequality: A cross-country analysis
F Guvenen, B Kuruscu, S Ozkan
Review of Economic Studies 81 (2), 818-850, 2014
2962014
On the persistence of income shocks over the life cycle: Evidence, theory, and implications
F Karahan, S Ozkan
Review of Economic Dynamics 16 (3), 452-476, 2013
145*2013
Preventive vs. curative medicine: A macroeconomic analysis of health care over the life cycle
S Ozkan
Manuscript, University of Toronto, 2017
113*2017
Monetary policy, heterogeneity, and the housing channel
A Hedlund, F Karahan, K Mitman, S Ozkan
2017 Meeting Papers 1610, 2017
84*2017
Uluslararası muhasebe/finansal raporlama standartlarının finansal tablolar analizi üzerindeki etkilerine genel bakış
EA Erdener, S Ozkan
Mali Çözüm, 2010
592010
Heterogeneous scarring effects of full-year nonemployment
F Guvenen, F Karahan, S Ozkan, J Song
American Economic Review 107 (5), 369-373, 2017
512017
Dissecting idiosyncratic earnings risk
E Halvorsen, HA Holter, S Ozkan, K Storesletten
Journal of the European Economic Association 22 (2), 617-668, 2024
42*2024
Anatomy of lifetime earnings inequality: Heterogeneity in job ladder risk vs. human capital
F Karahan, S Ozkan, J Song
FRB St. Louis Working Paper, 2022
38*2022
Earnings dynamics and its intergenerational transmission: Evidence from Norway
E Halvorsen, S Ozkan, S Salgado
Quantitative Economics 13 (4), 1707-1746, 2022
172022
Anatomy of lifetime earnings inequality: Heterogeneity in job-ladder risk versus human capital
S Ozkan, J Song, F Karahan
Journal of Political Economy Macroeconomics 1 (3), 506-550, 2023
102023
Why Are the Wealthiest So Wealthy? A Longitudinal Empirical Investigation
S Ozkan, J Hubmer, S Salgado, E Halvorsen
A Longitudinal Empirical Investigation (March 9, 2023), 2023
82023
The Effect of IFRS adoption on corporate cash holdings: Evidence from MENA countries
S Ozkan, C Yaacoub, N El-Kanj, V Dzenopoljac
Emerging Markets Finance and Trade 57 (11), 3275-3300, 2021
82021
Consumption and Savings Under Non-Gaussian Income Risk
F Guvenen, F Karahan, S Ozkan
2018 Meeting Papers 314, 2018
42018
Job Ladders and Careers
F Karahan, B Moore, S Ozkan
Liberty Street Economics, 2019
12019
Consumption Dynamics and Welfare Under Non-Gaussian Earnings Risk
F Guvenen, S Ozkan, R Madera
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2024
2024
Silver Spoon or Self-Made? Exploring 23 Years of Wealth Mobility
S Ozkan
On the Economy, 2023
2023
Unlike Others, the Top Earners See Strong Pay Growth Beyond Age 35
S Ozkan
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 2023
2023
Why are the Wealthiest So Wealthy?: A Longitudinal Empirical Investigation
E Halvorsen, J Hubmer, S Ozkan, S Salgado
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Research Division, 2023
2023
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