The decline in household saving and the wealth effect
Divisions of Research & Statistics and Monetary Affairs, Federal Reserve Board, 2004 - Business & Economics - 15 pages
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Ana Aizcorbe Andrew Cohen April asset type attenuation bias Banking Industry Berger Business Cycle Chris Downing classical measurement error coefﬁcients column Community Reinvestment Act corporate equities December deﬁned deﬂator dollar Driscoll Economics Discussion Series effect of capital error in active estimated effect estimated wealth effects Federal Reserve Board Federal Reserve System Finance and Economics ﬁrst ﬁve ﬁve-year periods gains in corporate gains in housing gains in stocks gains on active gains on saving home equity Household Saving household wealth households whose head impact of capital Imperfect Competition Inﬂation Interest Rates January Jeremy Rudd Karl July Laubach liquidity constraints Liquidity Trap marginal propensity measured capital gains November panel data passive saving percentage points Perli personal saving rate reﬂect regression Rudd Karl Whelan saving and capital saving in assets saving in stocks September 2002 signiﬁcant stock market Table total active saving total capital gains total wealth effect Var(Ag variables William