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1.
2002
Walden, Michael L. Absolute and relative consumption of married U.S. households in 1960 and 1996: The Cleavers meet the Taylors. Journal of Consumer Affairs. 36, (1), 77-98.
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2000
Costa, Dora L. American Living Standards, 1888-1994: Evidence from Consumer Expenditures. NBER Working Paper Series. 7650, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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1997
Idson, Todd,  Miller, Cynthia . The implications of demographic-specific inflation rates for trends in real educational wage differentials. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics. 15, (4), 464-469.
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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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1994
Rubin, Rose M.,  Riney, Bobye J. Workig Wives and Dual-Earner Families. Westport: Praeger.
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1993
Mayer, Susan,  Jencks, Christopher . Recent trends in economic inequality in the United States: Income versus expenditure versus material wellbeing. Poverty and Prosperity in the U.S.A. the late twentieth century. New York: St. Martin's.
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1993
Slesnick, Daniel T. Gaining Ground: Poverty in the Postwar United States. Journal of Political Economy. 101, (1), 1-38.
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1992
Cutler, David M.,  Katz, Lawrence F. Rising Inequality? Changes in the Distribution of Income and Consumption in the 1980s. American Economic Review. 82, (2), 546-551.
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1992
Cutler, David M.,  Katz, Lawrence F. Rising Inequality? Changes in the Distribution of Income and Consumption in the 1980s. NBER Working Paper Series. 3964, Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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1991
Cutler, David M.,  Katz, Lawrence F. Macroeconomic performance and the disadvantaged. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity. 1991, (2), 1-61.
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1988
Lazear, Edward P.,  Michael, Robert T. Allocation of Income Within the Household. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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1980
Lazear, Edward P.,  Michael, Robert T. Family size and the distribution of real per capita income. American Economic Review. 70, (1), 91-107.
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1979
Vickery, Clair . Women's economic contribution to the family. The Subtle Revolution. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute.
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1967
Lamale, Helen H. Marketing Uses of Consumer Expenditure Survey Data. Conference on Purposes and Uses of Federal Statistics. Washington, DC.
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1965
Clague, Ewan . Changing Consumption Patterns. Conference on Consumer Economics. Raleigh, NC.
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1965
Lamale, Helen H. Levels of Living Among the Poor. Seminar on Poverty. Los Angeles, CA.
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1965
Lamale, Helen H. Uses of Family Expenditure Data. Annual Meeting of the American Home Economics Association. Atlantic City, NJ.
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1965
Murphy, Kathryn R. Spending and saving in urban and rural areas. Monthly Labor Review. 88, (10), 1169-1176.
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1965
Webb, Laura Mae . Food expenditures of urban families, 1950 to 1960-61. Monthly Labor Review. 88, (2), 150-153.
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1964
Chase, Arnold E. Consumer Expenditures and Income, with Emphasis on Low-Income Families. 22nd Interstate Conference on Labor Statistics. Miami Beach, FL.
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1964
Lamale, Helen H. Expenditure Patterns of Low-Consumption Families. Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association. Chicago, IL.
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1964
Murphy, Kathryn R. Contrasts in spending by urban families: Part I, trends since 1950. Monthly Labor Review. 87, (11), 1249-1253.
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1964
Murphy, Kathryn R. Contrasts in spending by urban families: Part II, variations in 1960-61. Monthly Labor Review. 87, (12), 1408-1415.
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1964
Tibbetts, Thomas R. Expanding ownership of household equipment. Monthly Labor Review. 87, (10), 1131-1137.
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1963
Clague, Ewan . Economics and Public Welfare. Southeastern Regional Conference. Asheville, N.C..
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1963
Chase, Arnold E. Changing Patterns of Consumer Expenditures, 1950-60. meeting of the American Statistical Association, Business and Economic Statistics Section. .
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1963
Lamale, Helen H. Workers' wealth and family living standards. Monthly Labor Review. 86, (6), 676-686.
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1963
Lamale, Helen H. The Impact of Rising Prices on Younger and Older Consumers. International Gerontological Seminar. Markaryd, Sweden.
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1963
Webb, Laura Mae . Changing Patterns of Consumer Expenditures. 41st Annual Agricultural Outlook Conference. Washington, DC.
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1962
(author unknown) . Survey of Consumer Expenditures, 1960-61: Consumer Expenditures and Income, Advanced Report. Washington, DC: United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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