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The Adjustment of Consumption to Changing Expectations About Future Income

Опубликовано на портале: 03-11-2007
Journal of Political Economy. 1981.  Vol. 89. No. 5. P. 974-1009. 
The paper analyzes the role of current income in providing new information about future income and thus signaling changes in permanent income. Using time-series analysis to quantify the revision in permanent income induced by an innovation in the current income process, a structural econometric model of consumption is developed. The rejection of the joint rational expectations permanent income hypothesis is both statistically and quantitatively significant. The paper also shows that the test of the rational expectations-permanent income hypothesis proposed by Hall is based on the reduced form of this structural model and reconciles Sargent's consumption paper with Hall's

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