Atif Mian
Atif Mian
Professor of Economics, Princeton University
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Do lenders favor politically connected firms? Rent provision in an emerging financial market
AI Khwaja, A Mian
The quarterly journal of economics 120 (4), 1371-1411, 2005
The Consequences of Mortgage Credit Expansion: Evidence from the US Mortgage Default Crisis
A Mian, A Sufi
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2009
Tracing the impact of bank liquidity shocks: Evidence from an emerging market
AI Khwaja, A Mian
The American Economic Review 98 (4), 1413-1442, 2008
Household Balance Sheets, Consumption, and the Economic Slump
A Mian, K Rao, A Sufi
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2013
House prices, home equity–based borrowing, and the us household leverage crisis
A Mian, A Sufi
American Economic Review 101 (5), 2132-2156, 2011
What explains the 2007–2009 drop in employment?
A Mian, A Sufi
Econometrica 82 (6), 2197-2223, 2014
House of debt: How they (and you) caused the Great Recession, and how we can prevent it from happening again
A Mian, A Sufi
University of Chicago Press, 2015
Household debt and business cycles worldwide
A Mian, A Sufi, E Verner
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 132 (4), 1755-1817, 2017
Distance constraints: The limits of foreign lending in poor economies
A Mian
The Journal of Finance 61 (3), 1465-1505, 2006
Household Leverage and the Recession of 2007 to 2009
AR Mian, A Sufi
IMF Economic Review, 2010
Estimating the effect of hierarchies on information use
JM Liberti, AR Mian
The Review of Financial Studies 22 (10), 4057-4090, 2008
Foreclosures, house prices, and the real economy
A Mian, A Sufi, F Trebbi
The Journal of Finance 70 (6), 2587-2634, 2015
The political economy of the US mortgage default crisis
A Mian, A Sufi, F Trebbi
American Economic Review 100 (5), 1967-1998, 2010
The effects of fiscal stimulus: Evidence from the 2009 cash for clunkers program
A Mian, A Sufi
The Quarterly journal of economics 127 (3), 1107-1142, 2012
Is a household debt overhang holding back consumption?[with comments and discussion]
K Dynan, A Mian, KM Pence
Brookings papers on economic activity, 299-362, 2012
Unchecked intermediaries: Price manipulation in an emerging stock market
AI Khwaja, A Mian
Journal of Financial Economics 78 (1), 203-241, 2005
The great recession: Lessons from microeconomic data
A Mian, A Sufi
Available at SSRN 1626005, 2010
Finance and business cycles: The credit-driven household demand channel
A Mian, A Sufi
Journal of Economic Perspectives 32 (3), 31-58, 2018
Resolving debt overhang: Political constraints in the aftermath of financial crises
A Mian, A Sufi, F Trebbi
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 6 (2), 1-28, 2014
Foreign, private domestic, and government banks: New evidence from emerging markets
A Mian
Journal of Banking and Finance 27 (7), 1219-1410, 2003
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