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Senior Financial Economist
Credit Risk Analysis Division
Fredrik Andersson is an Economist in the Credit Risk Analysis Division within the Economics department of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).
Dr. Andersson’s current research interests include empirical credit risk modeling, consumer finance, labor economics, and urban economics. Before joining the OCC in 2008, Dr. Andersson worked for Cornell University and was affiliated with the Census Bureau’s Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics Program. He holds a doctorate in economics and econometrics from Uppsala University and an undergraduate degree in economics from Vaxjo University in his native Sweden.
Andersson, Fredrik, and Tom Mayock. “
Loss Severities on Residential Real Estate during the Great Recession,” Journal of Banking and Finance, (forthcoming). Andersson, Fredrik, Souphala Chomsisengphet, Dennis Glennon, and Feng Li (2013). “
The Changing Pecking Order of Consumer Defaults,” Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol. 45(2-3), pp. 251-276. Andersson, Fredrik, Elizabeth Davis, Matthew Freedman, Julia Lane, Brian McCall, and Kristin Sandusky (2012). “
Decomposing the Sources of Earnings Inequality Assessing the Role of Reallocation,” Industrial Relations, Vol. 51(4), pp. 779-998. Andersson, Fredrik, Iben Bolvig, Matthew Freedman, and Julia Lane (2011). “
Lost Jobs and Health Insurance: An Analysis of the Impact of Employment Volatility on Firm-Provided Health Insurance Coverage,” Applied Economics, Vol. 43(32), pp. 3051-3073. Holzer, Harry, Julia Lane, David Rosenblum, and Fredrik Andersson (2011).
“Where are All the Good Jobs Going? What National and Local Job Quality and Dynamics Mean for US Workers ,” Russell Sage Foundation. Andersson, Fredrik, Matthew Freedman, John Haltiwanger, Julia Lane and Kathryn Shaw (2009). “
Reaching for the Stars: Who Pays for Talent in Innovative Industries?,” Economic Journal, Vol. 119 (June), pp. 308-332 and NBER Working Paper No. 12435. Abowd, John, Bryce Stephens, Lars Vilhuber, Fredrik Andersson, Kevin McKinney, Marc Roemer, Simon Woodcock (2009). “
The LEHD Infrastructure Files and the Creation of the Quarterly Workforce Indicators,” in Producer Dynamics: New Evidence from Micro Data, edited by Timothy Dunne, J. Bradford Jensen, and Mark J. Roberts, NBER Press. Andersson, Fredrik, Harry Holzer, and Julia Lane (2009). “
Temporary Help Agencies and the Advancement Prospects of Low Earners,” in Studies of Labor Market Intermediation, edited by David Autor , NBER Press and NBER Working Paper 13434. Andersson, Fredrik, Clair Brown, Benjamin Campbell, Hyowook Chiang, Yooki Park (2008). “
The Effect of HRM Practices and R&D Investment on Worker Productivity,” in The Analysis of Firms and Employees: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches, edited by Stefan Bender, Julia Lane, Kathryn Shaw, Fredrik Andersson and Till Von Wachter, University of Chicago Press. Bender, Stefan, Julia Lane, Kathryn Shaw, Fredrik Andersson, and Till Von Wachter (eds.) (2008).
, University of Chicago Press, 2008 The Analysis of Firms and Employees: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches Andersson, Fredrik, Simon Burgess, and Julia Lane (2007). “
Cities, Matching and the Productivity Gains of Agglomeration,” Journal of Urban Economics, Vol. 61(1), pp. 112-28. Andersson, Fredrik, Harry Holzer, and Julia Lane (2005).
Moving Up or Moving On: Who Advances in the Low-Wage Labor Market? , Russell Sage Foundation.
Andersson, Fredrik, and Tom Mayock (2014). “
The Microdynamics of the Household Balance Sheet in a Boom-Bust Housing Cycle. SSRN working paper Andersson Fredrik, John Haltiwanger, Mark Kutzbach, Henry Pollakowski, and Daniel Weinberg (2014). “
Job Displacement and the Duration of Joblessness: The Role of Spatial Mismatch,” NBER Working Paper # 20066 (under review). Andersson, Fredrik, Simon Burgess, and Julia Lane (2014) “
Do as the Neighbors Do: The Impact of Social Networks on Immigrant Employment,” SSRN working paper (under review). Andersson, Fredrik, and Tom Mayock (2014). “
How does Home Equity affect Mobility,” 2012 SSRN Working Paper (under review). Andersson, Fredrik, Monica Garcia-Perez, John Haltiwanger, Kristin McCue, and Seth Sanders (2014). “
Workplace Concentration of Immigrants,” NBER Working Paper No. 16544 (under review) Andersson, Fredrik, Harry Holzer, Julia Lane, David Rosenblum and Jeffrey Smith (2013). “
Does Federally-Funded Job Training Work? Non-experimental Estimates of WIA Impacts Using Longitudinal Data on Workers and Firms,” IZA Working Paper and NBER Working Paper no 19446 (under review). Andersson Fredrik, John Haltiwanger, Mark Kutzbach, Giordano Palloni, Henry Pollakowski, and Daniel Weinberg (2013). "
Childhood Housing and Adult Earnings: A Between-Siblings Analysis of Housing Vouchers and Public Housing," CES Working Paper 13-48. Andersson, Fredrik, and Altin Vejsiu (2001).“
Determinants of Plant Closures in Swedish Manufacturing,” IFAU Working Paper 2001:6. Andersson, Fredrik (1999). “
Job Flows in Swedish Manufacturing 1972-1996,” IFAU Working paper 1999:4
Andersson, Fredrik, Matthew Freedman, Julia Lane, and Susan Hauan (2012). “ Past Work Experience and Earnings Trajectories of Single Mothers,” Research report to the Assistant Secretary of Policy and Evaluation at the Department of Health and Human Services. Lane Julia, Harry Holzer, and Fredrik Andersson (2007). “ Do Temporary Jobs Improve Workers Long-Term Labour Market Performance,” VOX report. Andersson, Fredrik, Julia Lane, and Erika McEntarfer (2004). “ Succesful Transitions out of Low-Wage Work for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Recipients,” Research report to the Assistant Secretary of Policy and Evaluation at the Department of Health and Human Services. Andersson, Fredrik (2003). “ The Spatial Wage Distribution, Sorting of Workers and Urban Agglomeration,” in Causes and Labor Market Consequences of Producer Heterogeneity, Department of Economics, Uppsala University, Economic Studies73. Andersson, Fredrik, Harry Holzer, and Julia Lane (2002). “ Interactions of Workers and Firms in the Low-Wage Labor Market,” Research report to the Assistant Secretary of Policy and Evaluation at the Department of Health and Human Services.