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Didem Tuzemen
Didem Tuzemen
Economist, Research Department, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Verified email at kc.frb.org - Homepage
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The vanishing middle: Job polarization and workers' response to the decline in middle-skill jobs
D Tüzemen, J Willis
Economic Review-Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, 5, 2013
1172013
Inflation targeting: a three-decade perspective
S Abo-Zaid, D Tuzemen
Journal of Policy Modeling 34 (5), 621-645, 2012
1032012
Evaluating a year of oil price volatility
T Davig, NÇ Melek, J Nie, AL Smith, D Tüzemen
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Economic Review 100 (3), 5-30, 2015
502015
Why are prime-age men vanishing from the labor force?
D Tüzemen
Economic Review-Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City 103 (1), 5-30, 2018
412018
Under-investment in state capacity: the role of inequality and political instability
M Cárdenas, D Tuzemen
Washington, DC, United States: Brookings Institution. Mimeographed document, 2010
402010
Health-care reform or labor market reform? A quantitative analysis of the affordable care act
M Nakajima, D Tuzemen
FRB of Philadelphia Working Paper, 2016
262016
Labor market dynamics with endogenous labor force participation and on-the-job search
D Tüzemen
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 75, 28-51, 2017
242017
Hospital choice: survey evidence from Istanbul
F Adaman, OP Ardic, B Erus, D Tüzemen
Turkish Studies 10 (3), 443-468, 2009
212009
Commodity dependence and fiscal capacity
M Cárdenas, S Ramírez, D Tuzemen
Washington DC, Brooking Institution, Latin American Initiative. Available at …, 2011
192011
Minimum wage increases and vacancies
M Kudlyak, M Tasci, D Tüzemen
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP17245, 2022
152022
Job polarization and the natural rate of unemployment in the United States
D Tüzemen
Economics Letters 175, 97-100, 2019
122019
The cyclical behavior of labor force participation
D Tuzemen, W Van Zandweghe
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Working Paper No. RWP, 18-08, 2018
112018
Self-employment and health care reform: evidence from Massachusetts
T Becker, D Tuzemen
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City working paper, 2014
10*2014
Women without a College Degree, Especially Minority Mothers, Face a Steeper Road to Recovery.
D Tüzemen
Economic Review (01612387) 106 (3), 2021
82021
The uneven recovery in Prime-Age labor force participation
D Tüzeman, T Tran
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Economic Review 104 (3), 21-42, 2019
62019
Network Effects in Risk Sharing and Credit Market Access: Evidence from Istanbul
F Adaman, OP Ardic, D Tuzemen
Bogazici University, 2006
62006
Does health-care reform support self-employment?
D Tüzemen, T Becker
Economic Review–Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, 5-23, 2014
52014
Women Take a Bigger Hit in the First Wave of Job Losses Due to COVID-19
D Tüzemen, T Tran
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Economic Bulletin, April 16, 2020
42020
A New Estimate of the Natural Rate of Unemployment
D Tüzemen
Macro Bulletin, 1-6, 2017
42017
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T Davig, NÇ Melek, J Nie, AL Smith, D Tüzemen, W Van Zandweghe, ...
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