Jonathan Rose

Jonathan Rose

Historian of the Federal Reserve System, Senior Economist and Economic Advisor
Financial Economics

Jonathan Rose is a senior economist and economic advisor in the economic research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. His research focuses on the economic history of the United States, including topics in the Great Depression, the residential mortgage market, and the Federal Reserve System. His work has been published in several academic journals. In addition, with Price Fishback and Kenneth Snowden, Rose co-authored the NBER book Well Worth Saving: How the New Deal Safeguarded Home Ownership (University of Chicago Press).

Rose earned a BA in mathematics and economics from Columbia University and a PhD in economics from University of California at Berkeley. Rose joined the Chicago Fed in 2018, following nine years with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

Chicago Fed Letter
Katherine Bennett, Daniel Hartley, Jonathan Rose | 2022 | No. 468 | July Download
Jonathan Lanning, Jonathan Rose | 2020 | No. 437 | May Download
Price Fishback, Jonathan Rose, Ken Snowden | 2020 | No. 433 | March Download
Economic Perspectives
Jonathan Rose | 2021 | No. 2 | October Download
Working Papers
Leah Brooks, Jonathan Rose, Stan Veuger | 2022 | No. 2022-29 | July Download
Price Fishback, Jonathan Rose, Ken Snowden, Thomas Storrs | 2022 | No. 2022-01 | January Download
Collateral Damage: Foreclosures and New Mortgage Lending in the 1930s
With Price Fishback, Sebastian Fleitas, and Kenneth Snowden, 2019, Voxeu, blog, January 18; discussion of NBER working paper, No. 25246. 
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