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Real Effects of Search Frictions in Consumer Credit Markets

Bronson Argyle, Taylor D. Nadauld, Christopher Palmer

NBER Working Paper No. 26645
Issued in January 2020

---- Acknowledgments ----

We thank our discussants Paul Calem, Anthony DeFusco, Paul Goldsmith-Pinkahm, Steven Laufer, Neale Mahoney, and Johannes Stroebel; seminar, conference, and workshop participants at Berkeley, Boston Federal Reserve, BYU, CFPB, Chicago Federal Reserve, Duke, FDIC, Housing-Urban-Labor-Macro Conference, Imperial, LSF, MIT, NBER Household Finance, NYU, OSU, Oxford, Philadelphia Federal Reserve, Red Rock Finance Conference, San Francisco Federal Reserve, UNC, and the WFA; and John Campbell, Claire Celerier, Glenn Ellison, Maryam Farboodi, Amy Finkelstein, Brigham Frandsen, Peter Ganong, Kyle Herkenhoff, Lars Lefgren, Andres Liberman, Brigitte Madrian, Adrien Matray, Adair Morse, Holger Mueller, Hoai-Luu Nguyen, Andrew Paciorek, Jonathan Parker, Brennan Platt, Tobias Salz, Amit Seru, David Sraer, Bryce Stephens, Johannes Stroebel, Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh, Stephen Zeldes, and Jonathan Zinman for helpful conversations. Tommy Brown and Sam Hughes provided excellent research assistance. Palmer thanks the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics for support. An anonymous information-technology firm provided the data. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Taylor D. Nadauld ----

Taylor Nadauld has a financial interest in the anonymous financial services software company that provided the data for this project.

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