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Jonathan Lanning

Section Chief, Consumer and Household Research and Policy

Professional experience

    • Section Chief, Consumer and Household Research and Policy, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
    • Senior Economist, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
    • Assistant Professor of Economics, Bryn Mawr College
    • Faculty Associate, Survey Research Center at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan
    • Assistant Professor of Economics and Management, Albion College

          Education

            • Ph.D. in Economics, University of Michigan
            • M.A. in Economics, University of Michigan
            • B.A. in Economics, Occidental College

                Bureau Publications

                Publication date

                March 2014

                Citation information

                Burke, Kathleen and Leary, Jesse and Lanning, Jonathan and Wang, Jialan, Payday Lending (March 1, 2014). Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection Data Point Series No. 14-1.

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                Publication Date

                Forthcoming

                Citation Information

                Joshua Congdon-Hohman and J. Lanning. “Paying for productivity: How the moneyball effect fits within longer trends in MLB compensation.” Journal of Sports Economics, forthcoming. 

                Author contact info

                Jonathan.Lanning@cfpb.gov

                Publication Date

                March 2014

                Citation Information

                Kathleen Burke, J. Lanning, J. Leary, and J. Wang. “Payday lending.” CFPB Data Point, 2014(1), March 2014. 

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                Jonathan.Lanning@cfpb.gov

                Publication Date

                January 2014

                Citation Information

                Jonathan A. Lanning. “A search model with endogenous job destruction and discrimination: Why equal wage policies may not eliminate wage disparity." Labour Economics. vol. 26 no. 1 (January 2014), 55-71. 

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                Jonathan.Lanning@cfpb.gov

                Publication Date

                August 2013

                Citation Information

                Jonathan A. Lanning. “Opportunities denied, wages diminished: Using search theory to translate audit pair study findings into wage differentials.” The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. vol. 13 no. 2 (August 2013), 921-58. 

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                Jonathan.Lanning@cfpb.gov

                Publication Date

                December 2010

                Citation Information

                Jonathan A. Lanning. “Productivity, prejudice, and lost profits during baseball's integration.” Journal of Economic History, vol. 70 no. 4 (December, 2010), 965-89. 

                Author contact info

                Jonathan.Lanning@cfpb.gov