Eva Nagypal

Section Chief, Consumer and Household Research and Policy

Professional experience

    • Section Chief, Consumer and Household Research and Policy, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
    • Associate Director, Navigant Economics
    • Assistant Professor of Economics, Northwestern University

        Education

        • Ph.D. in Economics, Stanford University

        Publications

        Publication Date

        January 2009

        Citation Information

        Eva Nagypal. “What can we learn about firm recruitment from the job openings and labor turnover survey?” Chicago Producer Dynamics: New Evidence from Micro Data (2009). 

        Author contact info

        Eva.Nagypal@cfpb.gov

        Publication Date

        December 2007

        Citation Information

        Eva Nagypal and D. Mortensen. "Labor-market volatility in matching models with endogenous separations" Scandinavian Journal of Economics Vol. 109 Iss. 4 (2007). 

        Author contact info

        Eva.Nagypal@cfpb.gov

        Publication Date

        July 2007

        Citation Information

        Eva Nagypal and D. Mortensen. "More on unemployment and vacancy fluctuations" Review of Economic Dynamics Vol. 10 Iss. 3 (2007). 

        Author contact info

        Eva.Nagypal@cfpb.gov

        Publication Date

        April 2007

        Citation Information

        Eva Nagypal. "Learning-by-doing versus learning about match quality: Can we tell them apart?" Review of Economic Studies Vol. 74 Iss. 2 (2007). 

        Author contact info

        Eva.Nagypal@cfpb.gov

        Publication Date

        December 2004

        Citation Information

        Eva Nagypal and Z. Eckstein. "The evolution of U.S. earnings inequality: 1961-2002" Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Quarterly Review Vol. 28 Iss. 2 (2004). 

        Author contact info

        Eva.Nagypal@cfpb.gov