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Scott L. Fulford

Economist

Professional experience

  • Economist, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Assistant Professor of Economics and International Studies, Boston College

Education

  • PhD in economics, Princeton University
  • MA in economics, Princeton University
  • BA in economics and BS in mathematics, Stanford University

Bureau publications

Publication date

May 2020

Citation information

Nagypál, Éva, Christa Gibbs, and Scott Fulford. May 2020. “The Early Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Credit Applications.” https://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/documents/cfpb_issue-brief_early-effects-covid-19-credit-applications_2020-04.pdf

Select publications

Publication date

Forthcoming

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Fulford, Scott L. and Felipe Schwartzman. Forthcoming. “The Benefits of Commitment to a Currency Peg: Aggregate Lessons from the Regional Effects of the 1896 U.S. Presidential Election.”

Review of Economics and Statistics.

Publication date

2020

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Fulford, Scott L. 2020. “Demand for emergency savings is higher for low-income households, but so is the cost of shocks.” Empirical Economics, 58: 3007-3033.

Publication date

2020

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Bucks, Brian, Mick Couper and Scott Fulford. 2020. “A Mixed Mode and Incentive Experiment using Administrative Data in the Making Ends Meet

Survey” Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 8:352-369.

Publication date

2015

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Fulford, Scott L. 2015. “How Important are Banks for Development? National banks in the United States, 1870--1900.” Review of Economics and Statistics, 97(5):921-938.

Publication date

2015

Citation information

Fulford, Scott L. 2015. “How important is variability in consumer credit limits?” Journal of Monetary Economics, 72: 42-63.