I am a Senior Economist at the International Finance division of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

I received my Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in July 2018, and prior to that I obtained an MSc in Economics and Finance at CEMFI.

Views are my own and do not necessarily reflect those of the Board of Governors or the Federal Reserve System.


Quantitative Macroeconomics, Labor Economics  

Contact Information

E-mail: joaquin [dot] garcia-caboherrero [at] frb [dot] gov

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Latest Research

Sectoral Shocks, Reallocation, and Labor Market Policies with Anna Lipinska and Gaston Navarro  (European Economic Review, July 2023)

Other versions: International Finance Discussion Papers 2022-1361,  BIS Working papers No. 1095

Does Self-Employment Pay? The Role of Unemployment and Earnings Risk with Rocio Madera (resubmitted to Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics)

Other versions: International Finance Discussion Papers 2019-1264

Homeownership and job separations: a surprising mix with Eva de Francisco (new draft December 2023)

Non-technical FEDS note (with Eva de Francisco and Tyler Powell) here

The Macroeconomic Effects of Employment Protection on Human Capital and Jobs (new draft coming soon!)