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Death to the log-linearized consumption Euler equation!

(and very poor health to the second-order approximation)

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      • December 1997.JEL no. C6, D91, E21.Includes bibliographical references (p. 33-35).Electronic version available via the Internet at the NBER World Wide Web site.

        StatementNational Bureau of Economic Research
        PublishersNational Bureau of Economic Research
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        LC Classifications1997
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        Paginationxvi, 138 p. :
        Number of Pages95
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 6298.
        3NBER working paper series -- working paper 6298

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Death to the Log-Linearized Consumption Euler Equation. Personal income taxes equal the sum of NIPA table 3. Please be sure to answer the question. Carroll The Johns Hopkins University September 7, Abstract This paper shows that standard empirical methods of estimating log-linearized. Panel C: Sample period from 1985:Q1 to 2004:Q4 Coefficient: s. Estimation by GMM using instruments discussed in text.

"Stochastic Implications of the Life Cycle-Permanent Income Hypothesis: Theory and Evidence". As the results in the first column are not supportive of rule-of-thumb behavior and this is the most ad hoc hypothesis under consideration, the next two columns examine restricted specifications in which the coefficient b is set to zero.

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Advantages [ ] Use of the Euler equations to estimate consumption appears to have advantages over traditional models. Optimizing households maximize their King-Plosser-Rebelo utility function 5 where H t is the consumption habit and v.

Attempting to use the Euler equations to model consumption in the has led some economists to reject the random walk hypothesis. Reis, Ricardo 2004 "Inattentive Consumers.

This model implies that changes in consumption are unpredictable because consumers change their consumption only when they receive news about their lifetime resources. Panel C: Sample period from 1985:Q1 to 2004:Q4 Coefficient: s. Estimating Euler Equations Orazio P.

Random walk model of consumption

Income is labor plus transfer income. And Very Poor Health to the Second-Order Approximation Christopher D. " American Economic Review, vol. However, empirical work supporting preference specifications with habits has been limited. These "microfoundations" and some empirical success have led to an increasing role for habits in consumption modeling, particularly in dynamic general equilibrium models e. Results are not much better for the second-order approximation to the Euler equation. And Very Poor Health to the Second-Order Approximation Carroll and Samwick: w The Nature of Precautionary Wealth: Wakabayashi and Horioka: w Borrowing Constraints and Consumption Behavior in Japan: Campbell and Mankiw.

Total consumption is total consumption expenditures, including durable goods. Furthermore, only new information about policies can affect permanent income.