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The permanent income hypothesis:: Evidence from the consumer expenditure survey
JP DeJuan, JJ Seater
Journal of monetary economics 43 (2), 351-376, 1999
841999
Economic information versus quality variation in cross‐country data
JW Dawson, JP DeJuan, JJ Seater, EF Stephenson
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 34 (4), 988-1009, 2001
642001
Income convergence across Canadian provinces in the 20th century: Almost but not quite there
J DeJuan, M Tomljanovich
The Annals of Regional Science 39, 567-592, 2005
552005
A simple test of Friedman's permanent income hypothesis
JP DeJuan, JJ Seater
Economica 73 (289), 27-46, 2006
472006
A direct test of the permanent income hypothesis with an application to the US states
JP Dejuan, JJ Seater, TS Wirjanto
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 1091-1103, 2004
452004
Testing the permanent-income hypothesis: new evidence from West-German states (Länder)
JP DeJuan, JJ Seater, TS Wirjanto
Empirical economics 31, 613-629, 2006
432006
On the link between volatility and growth: evidence from Canadian provinces
J Dejuan, S Gurr
Applied Economics Letters 11 (5), 279-282, 2004
382004
Consumption and aggregate constraints: international evidence
JP Dejuan, MJ Luengo‐Prado
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 68 (1), 81-99, 2006
182006
Testing the cross-section implications of Friedman's permanent income hypothesis
JP DeJuan, JJ Seater
Journal of Monetary Economics 54 (3), 820-849, 2007
172007
Testing the stochastic implications of the permanent income hypothesis using Canadian provincial data
JP Dejuan, JJ Seater, TS Wirjanto
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 72 (1), 89-108, 2010
112010
Distributions of GDP across versions of the Penn World Tables: A functional data analysis approach
T Chen, J DeJuan, R Tian
Economics letters 170, 179-184, 2018
92018
Regional Income Convergence in Sweden, 1911-2003: A Time Series Analysis
J DeJuan, J Persson, M Tomljanovich
The Journal of Economic Asymmetries 9 (1), 67-87, 2012
52012
the Response of consumption to Income Innovations: evidence from uK Regions
J Dejuan
Taylor & Francis Group 37 (5), 445-451, 2003
32003
Testing the Permanent Income Hypothesis With Classification Methods
JP DeJuan, JJ Seater
Available at SSRN 260111, 2000
32000
The Adjustment of Consumption to Income Changes Across Chinese Provinces.
J DeJuan, TS Wirjanto, X Xu
Annals of Economics & Finance 17 (2), 2016
12016
THE JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ASYMMETRIES
GV Montes-Rojas, T Gabrieli, E Panas, AN Yannacopoulos, J DeJuan, ...
2012
The Sensitivity of Consumption to Income Innovations: Evidence from Canadian Provinces
J Dejuan, J Seater, T WIRJANTO
Department of Economics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh,(mimeo), 2004
2004
The permanent income hypothesis:-continuity and change
JP deJuan, J J Seater
Journal of Monetary Economics 43 (2), 351-376, 1999
1999
BOADWAY, ROBIN. See HAYASHI, MASAYOSHI.
P BURTON, S PHIPPS, D CARD, T LEMIEUX, T Agreement, JP DEJUAN, ...
A Cross Country Test of the Permanent Income Hypothesis
JJ Seater, JP DeJuan
North Carolina State University, Department of Economics Working Paper Series, 0
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