Julia Cheney : Citation Profile


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Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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Papers

RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   17 years (2003 - 2020). See details.
   Cites by year: 2
   Journals where Julia Cheney has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 1.    Total self citations: 5 (12.82 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Ritter, Dubravka (3)

Hunt, Robert (3)

Blascak, Nathan (3)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Julia Cheney.

Is cited by:

Kosse, Anneke (4)

Schreft, Stacey (4)

Roberds, William (3)

Stavins, Joanna (3)

Kahn, Charles (2)

Frame, W (2)

Kumbhar, Vijay (1)

Wagman, Liad (1)

Mazumder, Bhashkar (1)

Rysman, Marc (1)

Hunt, Robert (1)

Cites to:

Hunt, Robert (6)

Ritter, Dubravka (3)

Gerken, William (2)

Zinman, Jonathan (2)

Lim, Sonya (2)

Pope, Devin (2)

Hirshleifer, David (2)

Lacetera, Nicola (2)

DellaVigna, Stefano (2)

Heckman, James (2)

Ichimura, Hidehiko (2)

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Where Julia Cheney has published?


Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers / Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia16
Working Papers / Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia4

Recent works citing Julia Cheney (2021 and 2020)


YearTitle of citing document
2021Cash and crises: No surprises by the virus. (2021). Seitz, Franz ; Rosl, Gerhard . In: IMFS Working Paper Series. RePEc:zbw:imfswp:150.

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Works by Julia Cheney:


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2012The efficiency and integrity of payment card systems: industry views on the risks posed by data breaches In: Economic Perspectives.
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2012The efficiency and integrity of payment card systems: industry views on the risks posed by data breaches.(2012) In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2003Identity theft: a pernicious and costly fraud In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2004Identity theft: where do we go from here? In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2005Prepaid card models: a study in diversity In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2005Identity theft: do definitions still matter? In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2005Payment cards and the unbanked: prospects and challenges. In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2006How effective were the financial safety nets in the aftermath of Katrina? In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2006Prepaid cards: an important innovation in financial services In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2006The role of electronic payments in disaster recovery: providing more than convenience In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2006Supply- and demand-side developments influencing growth in the debit market In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2007An Update on Trends in the Debit Card Market In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2007Payments, credit, and savings: the experience for LMI households In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2008Alternative data and its use in credit scoring thin-and no-file consumers In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2008An examination of mobile banking and mobile payments: building adoption as experience goods? In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2010Heartland Payment Systems: lessons learned from a data breach In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2014Consumer use of fraud alerts and credit freezes: an empirical analysis In: Consumer Finance Institute discussion papers.
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2014Identity theft as a teachable moment In: Working Papers.
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2016IDENTITY THEFT AS A TEACHABLE MOMENT.(2016) In: Working Papers.
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2019Financial Consequences of Identity Theft: Evidence from Consumer Credit Bureau Records In: Working Papers.
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2020Financial Consequences of Identity Theft In: Working Papers.
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