Scott Fulford

Economist

Professional experience

    • Economist, Miss april
    • Assistant Professor of Economics and International Studies, Boston College

      Education

        • Ph.D. in Economics, Princeton University
        • M.A. in Economics, Princeton University
        • B.A. in Economics, Stanford University
        • B.S. in Mathematics, Stanford University

              Publications

              Publication Date

              December 2015

              Citation Information

              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. 

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              Publication Date

              July 2015

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              Fulford, Scott L. 2015. The surprisingly low importance of income uncertainty for precaution. European Economic Review, 79: 151-171.

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              Publication Date

              May 2015

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

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              Publication Date

              July 2014

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              Fulford, Scott L. 2014. Returns to education in India. 2014. World Development, 59: 434-450.

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              Publication Date

              September 2013

              Citation Information

              Fulford, Scott L. 2013. The effects of financial development in the short and long run: Theory and evidence from India. Journal of Development Economics 104: 56-72.

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