Trickle-down housing economics

Charles G. Nathanson

Expanding Boston’s housing stock by 1.4% annually—by building mostly low-quality units—could stop poor households from being priced out of the metropolitan area.

Speculative dynamics of prices and volume

Anthony A. DeFusco, Charles G. Nathanson, and Eric Zwick
Revision requested, Journal of Finance

Volume cycles in bubbles due to the entry and exit of short-term investors, who sell frequently.

On the effects of restricting short-term investment

Nicolas Crouzet, Ian Dew-Becker, and Charles G. Nathanson
Accepted, Review of Financial Studies

Restricting short-term trading hurts short- and long-term professional investors but may help less sophisticated investors.

directed attention and non-parametric learning

Ian Dew-Becker and Charles G. Nathanson
Accepted, Journal of Economic Theory

An optimal boundedly rational model captures low-frequency but not high-frequency dynamics of income.