Handbook of US Consumer Economics

Editors: Haughwout, Andrew and Mandel, Benjamin
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-12-813524-2
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Economics
Image Count: 164
Book Status: Available
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Handbook of U.S. Consumer Economics presents a deep understanding on key, current topics and a primer on the landscape of contemporary research on the U.S. consumer.

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Table of Contents

  • Contributors
  • Preface
  • 1. Empirical analysis of the US consumer: fact, fiction, and the future - Andrew Haughwout and Benjamin R. Mandel
  • 2. Handbook of the consumer chapter: trends in household debt and credit - Andrew Haughwout, Donghoon Lee, Joelle Scally, Lauren Thomas and Wilbert van der Klaauw
  • 3. Trends in household portfolio composition - Jesse Bricker, Kevin B. Moore and Jeffrey Thompson
  • 4. Household debt and recession in Brazil - Gabriel Garber, Atif Mian, Jacopo Ponticelli and Amir Sufi
  • 5. Rationality in the consumer credit market: choosing between alternative and mainstream credit - Sumit Agarwal and Marieke Bos
  • 6. How do consumers respond to real income shocks? - JPMorgan Chase Institute
  • 7. Spending to and through retirement - Sharon Carson, Katherine Roy, Je Oh and Joseph Marlo
  • 8. Are millennials different? - Christopher J. Kurz, Geng Li and Daniel J. Vine
  • 9. China’s consumer spending e-commerce: facts and evidence from JD’s festival online sales - Wei Tian, Yang Yang and Miaojie Yu
  • 10. Consumer expectations and the macroeconomy - Giorgio Topa
  • 11. Macro forecasting using alternative data - Apurv Jain
  • 12. Regional price parities in the United States - Bettina H. Aten
  • 13. Measuring prices and real household consumption of medical goods: service-based versus disease-based approaches - Ralph Bradley and Brett Matsumoto
  • 14. A brief history of the supplemental poverty measure - Thesia I. Garner and Liana E. Fox