Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Research Economist and Associate Adviser Federico Mandelman

Federico Mandelman

Research Economist and Associate Adviser
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  • Biography

    Federico Mandelman is a research economist and associate adviser on the macroeconomics and monetary policy team in the research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. His major fields of study are international macroeconomics, emerging economies, banking, and monetary economics.

    Prior to joining the bank in 2006, Dr. Mandelman was a research assistant, teaching assistant, and instructor at Boston College. While working on his undergraduate degree in Argentina, he worked at banking institutions like BNP-Paribas and Banco de la Nación Argentina.

    Dr. Mandelman received his doctorate in economics and a master of arts in economics from Boston College. He earned a degree in economics from the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina.

  • Working Papers

    Atlanta Fed Working Papers

    2014-28
    Offshoring, Low-Skilled Immigration, and Labor Market Polarization
    Federico S. Mandelman and Andrei Zlate
    December 2014
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (221 KB)

    2014-19
    Remittances, Entrepreneurship, and Employment Dynamics over the Business Cycle
    Alan Finkelstein Shapiro and Federico S. Mandelman
    November 2014
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (417 KB)

    2013-17
    Labor Market Polarization and International Macroeconomic Dynamics
    Federico S. Mandelman
    December 2013
    Abstract | Full text in PDF Adobe PDF file format (715 KB)

    2013-16
    Flexible Prices, Labor Market Frictions, and the Response of Employment to Technology Shocks
    Federico S. Mandelman and Francesco Zanetti
    December 2013
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (241 KB)

    2011-7
    Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy under Remittance Fluctuations
    Federico S. Mandelman
    March 2011
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (883 KB)

    2010-3
    Investment-Specific Technology Shocks and International Business Cycles: An Empirical Assessment
    Federico S. Mandelman, Pau Rabanal, Juan F. Rubio-Ramírez, and Diego Vilán
    February 2010
    Abstract | Full text in PDF Adobe PDF file format (366 KB)

    2008-25b
    Immigration, Remittances, and Business Cycles
    Federico S. Mandelman and Andrei Zlate
    Revised February 2012
    Abstract | Full text in PDF Adobe PDF file format (921 KB)

    2008-12
    Remittances, Exchange Rate Regimes, and the Dutch Disease: A Panel Data Analysis
    Emmanuel K.K. Lartey, Federico S. Mandelman, and Pablo A. Acosta
    March 2008
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (294 KB)

    2008-10
    Technology Shocks, Employment, and Labor Market Frictions
    Federico S. Mandelman and Francesco Zanetti
    February 2008
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (397 KB)

    2007-15
    Microentrepreneurship and the Business Cycle: Is Self-Employment a Desired Outcome?
    Federico S. Mandelman and Gabriel V. Montes Rojas
    July 2007
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (836 KB)

    2007-8a
    Remittances and the Dutch Disease
    Pablo A. Acosta, Emmanuel K.K. Lartey, and Federico S. Mandelman
    Revised August 2009
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (629 KB)

    2006-21
    Business Cycles: A Role for Imperfect Competition in the Banking System
    Federico S. Mandelman
    November 2006
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (550 KB)

    2006-17b
    Business Cycles and Monetary Regimes in Emerging Economies: A Role for a Monopolistic Banking Sector
    Federico S. Mandelman
    Revised November 2009
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (975 KB)

  • Other Fed Work

    Articles

    Federico Mandelman, Pablo A. Acosta and Nicole Rae Baerg. "Financial Development, Remittances, and Real Exchange Rate Appreciation." Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Economic Review (2009 Q1).
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (1.41 MB)

    Federico Mandelman and Courtney Nosal. "Remittances Ebb and Flow with the Immigration Tide." Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta EconSouth (2008 No 1).

    Blog Posts

    Federico S. Mandelman, Makalaya Palmer, and Giulia Zilioa. "Cumulative U.S. Trade Deficits Resulting in Net Profits for the U.S. (and Net Losses for China)," macroblog. October 14, 2016.

    Federico S. Mandelman and Andrei Zlate. "The Slump in Undocumented Immigration to the United States," macroblog. October 5, 2016.

    Federico Mandelman. "Housing starts, remittances and macroeconomic developments," macroblog. May 28, 2009.

    Podcast Episodes podcast

    Federico Mandelman. "Immigration, Offshoring, and Their Effects on U.S. Wages." Economy Matters podcast. November 30, 2016.

  • Publications

    Refereed Academic Publications

    "Remittances, Entrepreneurship and Employment Dynamics over the Business Cycle" (with Alan Finkelstein Shapiro)
    Journal of International Economics 103, November 2016, 184–189.

    "Labor Market Polarization and International Macroeconomic Dynamics"
    Journal of Monetary Economics 79, May 2016, 1–16.

    "Flexible Prices, Labor Market Frictions, and the Response of Employment to Technology Shocks" (with Francesco Zanetti).
    Labour Economics 26, January 2014, 94–102.

    "Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy under Remittance Fluctuations"
    Journal of Development Economics 102, May 2013, 128–147.

    "Immigration, Remittances, and Business Cycles" (with Andrei Zlate).
    Journal of Monetary Economics 59(2), March 2012, 196–213.

    "Remittances, Exchange Rate Regimes and the Dutch Disease: A Panel Data Analysis" (with Emmanuel Lartey and Pablo Acosta).
    Review of International Economics 20(2), May 2012, 377–395.

    "Investment-Specific Technology Shocks and International Business Cycles: An Empirical Assessment" (with Pau Rabanal, Juan Rubio-Ramírez, and Diego Vilán).
    Review of Economic Dynamics 14(1), January 2011, 136–155.

    "Business Cycles and the Role for Imperfect Competition in the Banking System"
    International Finance 14(1), Spring 2011, 103–133.

    "Business Cycles and Monetary Regimes in Emerging Economies: A Role for a Monopolistic Banking Sector."
    Journal of International Economics 81(1), May 2010, 102–116.

    "Microentrepreneurship and the Business Cycle: Is "Self-Employment" A desirable outcome?" (with Gabriel Montes-Rojas).
    World Development 79(1), December 2009, 1914–1925.

    "Remittances and the Dutch Disease" (with Pablo Acosta and Emmanuel Lartey).
    Journal of International Economics 79(1), September 2009, 102–116.

    Book Reviews

    "Economic Aspects of International Labor Migration" (with Andrei Zlate). International Finance, 20(1), Spring 2017.