Emily Pollard : Citation Profile


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Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   6 years (2017 - 2023). See details.
   Cites by year: 0
   Journals where Emily Pollard has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 0.    Total self citations: 2 (66.67 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Mustre-del-Rio, Jose (6)

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

Is cited by:

Cajner, Tomaz (1)

Cites to:

Coibion, Olivier (2)

Mustre-del-Rio, Jose (2)

Ulate, Mauricio (2)

Gorodnichenko, Yuriy (2)

Willis, Jonathan (1)

Mullainathan, Sendhil (1)

Diamond, Peter (1)

Juhn, Chinhui (1)

Bertrand, Marianne (1)

Murphy, Kevin (1)

Pissarides, Christopher (1)

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Where Emily Pollard has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Economic Bulletin8
Economic Review3
Macro Bulletin2

Recent works citing Emily Pollard (2024 and 2023)


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Works by Emily Pollard:


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2019As Manufacturing Weakens, Consumers Pull Back In: Economic Bulletin.
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2020Inflation Expectations Limit the Power of Negative Interest Rates In: Economic Bulletin.
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2021KC Fed LMCI Implies the Labor Market Is Closer to a Full Recovery than the Unemployment Rate Alone Suggests In: Economic Bulletin.
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2021KC Fed LMCI Suggests Recent Inflation Is Not Due to the Tight Labor Market In: Economic Bulletin.
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2022Negative Sentiment toward Spending and Declining Real Incomes May Meaningfully Lower Consumption In: Economic Bulletin.
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2023The KC Fed LMCI Momentum Indicator Suggests Monetary Policy Is Beginning to Weigh on Labor Markets In: Economic Bulletin.
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2023Why Has Monetary Policy Tightening Not Cooled the Labor Market Enough to Quell Inflation? In: Economic Bulletin.
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2023Decline in Number of Workers with “Some College” Is Boosting Healthcare Wage Inflation In: Economic Bulletin.
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2019What Explains Lifetime Earnings Differences Across Individuals? In: Economic Review.
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2019The Rise and Fall of College Tuition Inflation In: Economic Review.
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2022Lifetime Earnings Differences across Black and White Individuals: Years Worked Matter In: Economic Review.
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2017Does the Recent Decline in Household Longer-Term Inflation Expectations Signal a Loss of Confidence in the FOMC? In: Macro Bulletin.
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2018Nominal Wage Rigidities and the Future Path of Wage Growth In: Macro Bulletin.
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2019A New Approach to Industry and Occupation Recoding in the CPS In: Technical Briefings.
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