Brian Melzer
Brian Melzer
Associate Professor of Business Administration, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College
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The real costs of credit access: Evidence from the payday lending market
BT Melzer
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 126 (1), 517-555, 2011
Retail financial advice: does one size fit all?
S Foerster, JT Linnainmaa, BT Melzer, A Previtero
The Journal of Finance 72 (4), 1441-1482, 2017
Unemployment insurance as a housing market stabilizer
JW Hsu, DA Matsa, BT Melzer
American Economic Review 108 (1), 49-81, 2018
Mortgage debt overhang: Reduced investment by homeowners at risk of default
BT Melzer
The Journal of Finance 72 (2), 575-612, 2017
The misguided beliefs of financial advisors
JT Linnainmaa, B Melzer, A Previtero
Kelley School of Business Research Paper, 2018
Competition in a consumer loan market: Payday loans and overdraft credit
BT Melzer, DP Morgan
Journal of Financial Intermediation 24 (1), 25-44, 2015
Noncognitive abilities and financial delinquency: The role of self‐efficacy in avoiding financial distress
CM Kuhnen, BT Melzer
The Journal of Finance 73 (6), 2837-2869, 2018
Making the house a home: The stimulative effect of home purchases on consumption and investment
E Benmelech, A Guren, BT Melzer
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2017
Spillovers from costly credit
BT Melzer
The Review of Financial Studies 31 (9), 3568-3594, 2018
Accelerator or brake? Cash for Clunkers, household liquidity, and aggregate demand
D Green, BT Melzer, JA Parker, A Rojas
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2016
The costs and benefits of financial advice
S Foerster, J Linnainmaa, B Melzer, A Previtero
2014 AEA discussing paper in the session of Household Finance, 2014
Loan contracting in the presence of usury limits: Evidence from automobile lending
B Melzer, A Schroeder
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Office of Research Working Paper, 2017
Financial advisors and risk-taking
J Linnainmaa, B Melzer, A Previtero, S Foerster
Unpublished manuscript, 2018
Do household finances constrain unconventional fiscal policy?
SR Baker, L Kueng, L McGranahan, BT Melzer
Tax Policy and the Economy 33 (1), 1-32, 2019
Payday loans increase SNAP, reduce child support payments
BT Melzer
UC David Center for Poverty Research Policy Brief 2 (6), 2013
Financial ad‐visors and risk‐taking
S Foerster, J Linnainmaa, B Melzer, A Previtero
ASSA Annual Meeting, Association of Financial Economists & American Economic …, 2018
Replication data for: Unemployment Insurance as a Housing Market Stabilizer
JW Hsu, DA Matsa, BT Melzer
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), 2019
Do Household Finances Constrain Unconventional Fiscal Policy?
L Kueng, SR Baker, BT Melzer, L McGranahan
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Working Paper Series, 2018
Essays on consumer finance
BT Melzer
The University of Chicago, 2008
Sluggish updating of information and consumer spending
S Baker, L Kueng, L McGranahan, BT Melzer, J Parker, NS Souleles, ...
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