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2011
Fisher, Jonathan D.,  Marchand, Joseph . Does the Retirement Consumption Puzzle Differ Across the Distribution?. Center for Economic Studies Working Papers. CES 11-09, Washington, DC: Center for Economic Studies, U.S. Census Bureau.
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2011
Aguiar, Mark A.,  Bils, Mark . Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality?. NBER Working Paper Series. 16807, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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2011
Attanasio, Orazio P.,  Paiella, Monica . Intertemporal consumption choices, transaction costs and limited participation in financial markets: Reconciling data and theory. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 26, (2), 322-343.
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2010
Heathcote, Jonathan,  Perri, Fabrizio,  Violante, Giovanni L. Unequal we stand: An empirical analysis of economic inequality in the United States, 1967-2006. Review of Economic Dynamics. 13, (1), 15-51.
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2010
Gervais, Martin,  Klein, Paul . Measuring consumption smoothing in CEX data. Journal of Monetary Economics. 57, (8), 988-999.
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2009
Primiceri, Giorgio E.,  van Rens, Thijs . Heterogeneous life-cycle profiles, income risk and consumption inequality. Journal of Monetary Economics. 56, (1), 20-39.
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2009
Gelber, Alexander M.,  Mitchell, Joshua W. Taxes and Time Allocation: Evidence from Single Women. NBER Working Paper Series. 15583, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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2008
Stephens, Melvin, Jr. The consumption response to predictable changes in discretionary income: Evidence from the repayment of vehicle loans. Review of Economics and Statistics. 90, (2), 241-252.
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2008
Polkovnichenko, Nataliya . Empirical Tests of Consumption-Based Asset Pricing Models Using Household-Level Consumption Data. Dissertation, University of Minnesota.
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2007
Rajeev, Dehejia,  Thomas, Deleire,  Erzo, Luttmer F P . Insuring consumption and happiness through religious organizations. Journal of Public Economics. 91, (1-2), 259-279.
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2007
Grant, Charles . Estimating credit constraints among US households. Oxford Economic Papers. 59, 583-605.
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2007
Ding, Li . United States Households Consumption, a Comprehensive Analysis. Dissertation, University of Maryland-College Park.
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2006
Krueger, Dirk,  Perri, Fabrizio . Does income inequality lead to consumption inequality? Evidence and theory. Review of Economic Studies. 73, (254), 163-193.
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2006
LaLumia, Sara M. Household Responses to Tax and Spending Policies. Dissertation, University of Michigan.
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2005
Dehejia, Rajeev,  DeLeire, Thomas,  Luttmer, Erzo F.P. . Insuring Consumption and Happiness Through Religious Organizations. Faculty Research Working Paper Series. RWP05-047, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government.
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2005
Dehejia, Rajeev,  Deleire, Thomas,  Luttmer, Erzo FP . Insuring Consumption and Happiness through Religious Organizations. NBER Working Paper No. 11576. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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2005
DeLeire, Thomas,  Kalil, Ariel . How do cohabiting couples with children spend their money?. Journal of Marriage and Family. 67, (2), 286-295.
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2004
Fan, Jessie X.,  Zick, Cathleen D. The economic burden of health care, funeral, and burial expenditures at the end of life. Journal of Consumer Affairs. 38, (1), 35-55.
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2003
Fan, Jessie X.,  Sharpe, Deanna L.,  Hong, Gong-Soog . Health care and prescription drug spending by seniors. Monthly Labor Review. 126, (3), 16-26.
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2002
Vissing-Jørgensen, Annette . Limited asset market participation and the elasticity of intertemporal substitution. Journal of Political Economy. 110, (4), 825-853.
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2001
Bils, Mark,  Klenow, Peter J. Quantifying quality growth. American Economic Review. 91, (4), 1006-1030.
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2000
Souleles, Nicholas S. College tuition and household savings and consumption. Journal of Public Economics. 77, (2), 185-207.
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2000
Barrow, Lisa,  McGranahan, Leslie . The effects of the earned income credit on the seasonality of household expenditures. National Tax Journal. 53, (4), 1211-1243.
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1999
Parker, Jonathan A. The reaction of household consumption to predictable changes in social security taxes. American Economic Review. 89, (4), 959-973.
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1998
Cohen, Philip N. Replacing housework in the service economy: Gender, class, and race-ethnicity in service spending. Gender and Society. 12, (2), 219-231.
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1998
Garner, Thesia I.,  Short, Kathleen,  Shipp, Stephanie,  Nelson, Charles,  Paulin, Geoffrey . Experimental poverty measurement for the 1990s. Monthly Labor Review. 121, (3), 39-61.
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1998
Miller, Cara Janette,  Montalto, Catherine P. Comparison of economic status of elderly households: Nonmetropolitan versus metropolitan residence. Family Economics and Nutrition Review. 11, (4), 19-30.
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1998
Yuh, Yoonkyung . Adequacy of Preparation for Retirement: Mean and Pessimistic Case Projections. Dissertation, Ohio State University.
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1997
Anonymous . Relationship between poverty and living conditions. Family Economics and Nutrition Review. 10, (1), 44-48.
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1997
Niemira, Michael P. Who is driving consumer demand? A look at spending by major income groups. Chain Store Age. 73, (6), 24 -
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1996
Mogelonsky, Marcia . America's hottest markets. American Demographics. 18, (1), 20 -
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1996
Mergenhagen, Paula . What can minimum wage buy?. American Demographics. 18, (1), 32 -
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1996
Passero, William D. Spending patterns of families receiving public assistance. Monthly Labor Review. 119, (4), 21-28.
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1996
Passero, William D. Spending Behavior of Families Receiving Welfare or Public Assistance, 1992-94. 42nd Annual Conference of the American Council on Consumer Interests. Nashville, TN.
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1996
Paulin, Geoffrey D. Health insurance coverage for low-income families: Findings from the Consumer Expenditure Survey. Advancing the Consumer Interest. 8, (2), 20-31.
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1995
Anonymous . The future of spending. American Demographics. 17, (1), 12 -
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1995
Crispell, Diane . People patterns. Wall Street Journal. B1 -
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1995
Larson, Jan . Insurance at risk. American Demographics. 17, (10), 52 -
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1995
Paulin, Geoffrey D.,  Dietz, Elizabeth M. Health insurance coverage for families with children. Monthly Labor Review. 118, (8), 13-23.
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1995
Paulin, Geoffrey,  Weber, Wolf D. The effects of health insurance on consumer spending. Monthly Labor Review. 118, (3), 34-54.
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1995
Wiatrowski, William J. Who really has access to employer-provided health benefits?. Monthly Labor Review. 118, (6), 36-44.
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1994
Caspersen, Erik,  Metcalf, Gilbert . Is a Value Added Tax Regressive? Annual Versus Lifetime Incidence Measures. National Tax Journal. 47, (4), 731-746.
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1994
Haller, H. Brandon,  Norpoth, Helmut . Let the good times roll: The economic expectations of U.S. voters. American Journal of Political Science. 38, (3), 625-650.
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