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Ricardo T. Fernholz
Ricardo T. Fernholz
Associate Professor of Economics, Claremont McKenna College
Verified email at cmc.edu - Homepage
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Why are big banks getting bigger?
RT Fernholz, C Koch
FRB of Dallas Working Paper, 2016
312016
Instability and concentration in the distribution of wealth
R Fernholz, R Fernholz
Journal of economic Dynamics and Control 44, 251-269, 2014
302014
Terrorism and the invisible hook
SB Blomberg, R Fernholz, JC Levin
Southern Economic Journal 79 (4), 849-863, 2013
172013
A model of economic mobility and the distribution of wealth
RT Fernholz
Journal of Macroeconomics 50, 168-192, 2016
162016
Big banks, idiosyncratic volatility, and systemic risk
RT Fernholz, C Koch
American Economic Review 107 (5), 603-607, 2017
152017
Nonparametric methods and local‐time‐based estimation for dynamic power law distributions
RT Fernholz
Journal of Applied Econometrics 32 (7), 1244-1260, 2017
142017
Exchange rate manipulation and constructive ambiguity
RT Fernholz
International Economic Review 56 (4), 1323-1348, 2015
92015
Zipf’s law for atlas models
RT Fernholz, R Fernholz
Journal of Applied Probability 57 (4), 1276-1297, 2020
82020
Pulling up the tarnished anchor: The end of silver as a global unit of account
RT Fernholz, KJ Mitchener, M Weidenmier
Journal of International Money and Finance 74, 209-228, 2017
82017
Empirical methods for dynamic power law distributions in the social sciences
RT Fernholz
Available at SSRN 2735847, 2016
72016
A statistical model of inequality
RT Fernholz
arXiv preprint arXiv:1601.04093, 2016
62016
Wealth distribution without redistribution
R Fernholz, R Fernholz
VoxEU. org 27, 2012
62012
Rising inequality and declining mobility in the Forbes 400
RT Fernholz, K Hagler
Economics Letters 230, 111235, 2023
32023
Exchange Rate Manipulation and Constructive Ambiguity: The Meaning of Transparency
R Fernholz
Job Market Paper, 2010
32010
The rise of big US banks and the fall of big European banks: A statistical decomposition
RT Fernholz, C Koch
European Economic Review 135, 103723, 2021
22021
The universality of Zipf’s law for time-dependent rank-based random systems
RT Fernholz, R Fernholz
arXiv preprint arXiv:1707.04285, 2017
22017
The distributional effects of progressive capital taxes
RT Fernholz
Journal of Economic Policy Reform 20 (2), 99-112, 2017
22017
Bank Asset Concentration Not Necessarily Cause for Worry
RT Fernholz, C Koch
Economic Letter 12 (7), 1-4, 2017
22017
Heterogeneous dynasties and long-run mobility
J Benhabib, A Bisin, RT Fernholz
The Economic Journal 132 (643), 906-925, 2022
12022
The Rank Effect
RT Fernholz, C Koch
arXiv preprint arXiv:1812.06000, 2018
12018
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