Benjamin J. Keys
Benjamin J. Keys
Rowan Family Foundation Professor, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
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Did securitization lead to lax screening? Evidence from subprime loans
BJ Keys, TK Mukherjee, A Seru, V Vig
Quarterly Journal of Economics 125 (1), 2010
Interest rate pass-through: Mortgage rates, household consumption, and voluntary deleveraging
M Di Maggio, A Kermani, BJ Keys, T Piskorski, R Ramcharan, A Seru, ...
American Economic Review 107 (11), 3550-3588, 2017
Financial regulation and securitization: Evidence from subprime loans
BJ Keys, T Mukherjee, A Seru, V Vig
Journal of Monetary Economics 56 (5), 700-720, 2009
Lender screening and the role of securitization: Evidence from prime and subprime mortgage markets
BJ Keys, A Seru, V Vig
The Review of Financial Studies 25 (7), 2071-2108, 2012
Failure to refinance
BJ Keys, DG Pope, JC Pope
Journal of Financial Economics 122 (3), 482-499, 2016
Interest Rates and Equity Extraction During the Housing Boom
N Bhutta, B Keys
American Economic Review 106 (7), 1742-74, 2013
Regional redistribution through the US mortgage market
E Hurst, BJ Keys, A Seru, J Vavra
American Economic Review 106 (10), 2982-3028, 2016
Does merit pay reward good teachers? Evidence from a randomized experiment
TS Dee, BJ Keys
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 23 (3), 471-488, 2004
Human capital and the lifetime costs of impatience
BC Cadena, BJ Keys
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 7 (3), 126-153, 2015
Minimum payments and debt paydown in consumer credit cards
BJ Keys, J Wang
Journal of Financial Economics 131 (3), 528-548, 2019
Investment over the business cycle: Insights from college major choice
E Blom, BC Cadena, BJ Keys
Journal of Labor Economics 39 (4), 1043-1082, 2021
Mortgage financing in the housing boom and bust
BJ Keys, T Piskorski, A Seru, V Vig
Housing and the financial crisis, 143-204, 2012
Neglected no more: Housing markets, mortgage lending, and sea level rise
BJ Keys, P Mulder
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
The credit market consequences of job displacement
BJ Keys
Review of Economics and Statistics 100 (3), 405-415, 2018
Can self-control explain avoiding free money? Evidence from interest-free student loans
BC Cadena, BJ Keys
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (4), 1117-1129, 2013
Unsecured credit supply, credit cycles, and regulation
S Han, BJ Keys, G Li
The Review of Financial Studies 31 (3), 1184-1217, 2018
Has exposure to poor neighbourhoods changed in America? Race, risk and housing locations in two decades
X de Souza Briggs, BJ Keys
Urban Studies 46 (2), 429-458, 2009
Trends in income and consumption volatility, 1970–2000
B Keys
Income volatility and food assistance in the United States, 11-34, 2008
What determines consumer financial distress? Place-and person-based factors
BJ Keys, N Mahoney, H Yang
The Review of Financial Studies 36 (1), 42-69, 2023
Refinancing, monetary policy, and the credit cycle
G Amromin, N Bhutta, BJ Keys
Annual Review of Financial Economics 12 (1), 67-93, 2020
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