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analysis of postwar consumption and saving.
Michael J. Boskin
|Other titles||Analysis of U.S. postwar consumption and saving.|
|Statement||Michael Boskin, Lawrence J. Lau.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper no. 2606, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 2606.|
|Contributions||Lau, Lawrence J., 1944-, National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
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An Analysis of Postwar U.S. Consumption and Saving: Part I -- The Model and Aggregation Article (PDF Available) July with 27 Reads How we measure 'reads'. A new empirical analysis of aggregate United States consumption and saving for the period is presented.
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The model is based on the theory of exact aggregation. It recognizes explicitly that. A new empirical analysis of aggregate United States consumption and saving for the period is presented. The model is based on the theory of exact aggregation.
A new empirical analysis of aggregate United States consumption and saving for the period is presented. The model is based on the theory of exact aggregation. It recognizes explicitly that households with different characteristics may be heterogeneous in their behavior and that aggregate behavior may depend on the changing composition.
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An Analysis of Postwar U.S. Consumption and Saving: Part I -- The Model and Aggregation. By Michael J. Boskin and Lawrence J. Lau. Get PDF ( KB) Abstract. A new empirical analysis of aggregate United States consumption and saving for the period is presented.
The model is based on the theory of exact aggregation. It recognizes Author: Michael J. Boskin and Lawrence J. Lau.
Exploratory-Data-Analysis-Electric-Power-Consumption Introduction. This analysis uses data from the UC Irvine Machine Learning Repository, a popular repository for machine learning particular, we will be using the "Individual household electric power consumption Data Set" which I have made available on the course web site:Missing: postwar.
empirical issues cloud analyses and interpretations of postwar U.S. consumption and saving. It is by now well known that, as conventionally measured, the postwar U.S.
saving rate is low by international standards, and that it has fallen since the s and s. Simultaneously, the average annual rate of growth in real consumption rose from % in the.
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saving. It focuses on four periods for which Consumer Expenditure Surveys (CEX) are available:, Understanding the Postwar Decline in United States Saving: A Cohort Analysis This paper develops a unique cohort data set to study the decline in U.S.
national saving. It decomposes postwar changes in U.S. saving into those due to changes in cohort-specific consumption propensities, those due to changes in the intergenerational distribution.
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