Andres Liberman


Publications

Screening on Loan Terms: Evidence from Maturity Choice in Consumer Credit Credit, Review of Financial Studies, September 2018, 31(9), 3532-3567.
Coauthors: Andrew Hertzberg and Daniel Paravisini
Abstract | Working Paper version

The Labor Market Effects of Credit Market Information, Review of Financial Studies, June 2018, 31(6), 2005-2037.
Coauthors: Marieke Bos and Emily Breza
Editor's Choice
Abstract | Working Paper version

Financial Contracting and Organizational Form: Evidence from the Regulation of Trade Credit, Journal of Finance, February 2017, 72(1), 291-324.
Coauthor: Emily Breza
Brattle Group Prize for Best Paper in Corporate Finance in the Journal of Finance, First Prize, 2017
Charles River Associates Award for Best Paper on Corporate Finance, WFA 2015
Abstract | Working Paper version | Internet Appendix | Blog

The Value of a Good Credit Reputation: Evidence from Credit Card Renegotiations, Journal of Financial Economics, June 2016, 120(3), 644-660.
Abstract | Working Paper version | Internet Appendix

Working papers

The Effects of Information on Credit Market Competition: Evidence from Credit Cards
Coauthors: Fritz Foley, Agustin Hurtado, and Alberto Sepulveda
Abstract | Paper

Measuring Bias in Consumer Lending, Submitted
Coauthors: Will Dobbie, Daniel Paravisini, and Vikram Pathania
Abstract | Paper

The Equilibrium Effects of Information Deletion: Evidence from Consumer Credit Markets , Submitted
Coauthors: Chris Neilson, Luis Opazo, and Seth Zimmerman
Abstract | Paper | Internet Appendix

Debt and Human Capital: Evidence from Student Loans, Revise and resubmit, Journal of Financial Economics
Coauthors: Slava Fos and Constantine Yannelis
Best Paper Award, LBS Summer Finance Symposium 2017
Abstract | Paper

High-Cost Debt and Perceived Creditworthiness: Evidence from the U.K., Submitted
Coauthors: Daniel Paravisini and Vikram Pathania
Abstract | Paper

Selected Work in Progress

Interest Rate Caps: Evidence from Colombia,
Coauthor: Chris Neilson

Depression and Financial Outcomes,
Coauthors: Marieke Bos and Andrew Hertzberg