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Has consumption inequality mirrored income inequality?

Mark Aguiar

Has consumption inequality mirrored income inequality?

by Mark Aguiar

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMark A. Aguiar, Mark Bils
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 16807, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16807.
ContributionsBils, Mark, National Bureau of Economic Research
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL24863156M
LC Control Number2011656019

  Yet there appear to be flaws in the CEX data. Research has shown that this data set underestimates the increase in consumption inequality over the past 30 or so years. In fact, the rise in consumption inequality seems to mirror the rise of income inequality. Consumption inequality should in theory track income fairly closely, and while the evidence is not clear cut, recent research suggests that the two have risen in tandem over the past 30 years.

The level of inequality is much lower for consumption than income, and since , consumption inequality has risen considerably less than income inequality. Income inequality has generally increased episodically, with concentrated spurts in the late s, early s, and . So wealth inequality is typically higher than that measured in terms of consumption or income. The latest inequality report produced by Zurich-based Credit Suisse Group says that the richest 1% of.

“Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality?” American Economic Review, (9), – [Google Scholar] Attanasio O, and Pistaferri L. “Consumption Inequality over the Last Half Century: Some Evidence Using the New PSID Consumption Measure.” American Economic Review, (5): – [Google Scholar]Cited by: 9. Abstract Using the nationally representative Urban Household Income and Expenditure Survey (UHIES) conducted by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) of China, we document a steadily rising trend in income and consumption inequality during the period from to in urban China. Despite the rising urban inequality over time, the social welfare of urban residents unambiguously improved Cited by:


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Has consumption inequality mirrored income inequality? by Mark Aguiar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Vary over time by good and income. We!nd consumption inequality tracked income inequality much more closely than estimated by direct responses on expenditures. (JEL D31, D63, E21) We revisit the issue of whether the increase in income inequality over the last 30 years has translated into a quantitatively similar increase in consumption : Yu Liu.

Slesnick (), uses the CE to argue that consumption inequality has not kept pace with income inequality.1 In an exercise comparable to Krueger and Pern's, we show that both relative before and after-tax income inequality increased by about 33 per-cent ( log points) between andwhere our conservative measure of.

Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality. by Mark Aguiar and Mark Bils. Published in volumeissue 9, pages of American Economic Review, SeptemberAbstract: We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality since was mirrored by consumption inequality.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality over the last 30 years has been mirrored by consumption inequality.

We do so by constructing two alternative measures of consumption expenditure, using data from the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE). We first use reports of active savings and after tax income.

We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality over the last 30 years has been mirrored by consumption inequality. We do so by constructing two alternative measures of consumption expenditure, using data from the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE).Cited by: Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality.

By Mark Aguiar and Mark Bils We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality over the last 30 years has been mirrored by consumption inequality.

We do so by constructing an alternative measure of consumption expen-diture, using data from the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE). Third, the results of the panel fixed-effect test show that income inequality is Has consumption inequality mirrored income inequality?

book main positive influence factor on consumption inequality, but participation in medical insurance has a negative. last 30 years has been mirrored by consumption inequality. We do so by constructing two alternative measures of consumption expenditure, using data from the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE).

We first use reports of active savings and after tax income to construct the measure of consumption implied by the budget constraint. Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality. Executive Summary Mark Aguiar and Mark Bils University of Rochester and NBER J In this paper we revisit the issue of whether the increase in income inequality over the last 30 years has translated into a quantitatively similar increase in consumption in-equality.

Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality. Mark Aguiar Mark Bils Decem Abstract We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality over the last 30 years has been mirrored by consumption inequality.

We do so by constructing an alterna-tive measure of consumption expenditure, using data from the Consumer Expenditure. Aguiar, Mark, and Mark Bils.

“Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality”. American Economic Review ():Web. Similarly, the 33 percent increase in after tax income inequality is composed of a 20 percent increase for the ratio and 14 percent increase for the ratio.

For consumption, the 17 percent increase is due to a 13 percent increase in the ratio and a 4 percent increase in the ratio. Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality. Mark A. Aguiar, Mark Bils. NBER Working Paper No.

Issued in February NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth. We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality over the last 30 years has been mirrored by consumption inequality.

This second exercise indicates that consumption inequality has closely tracked income inequality over the period Both of our measures show a significantly greater increase in consumption inequality than what is obtained from the CE's total household expenditure data directly.

Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality. We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality since was mirrored by consumption inequality. We do so by constructing an alternative measure of consumption expenditure using a demand system to correct for systematic measurement error in the Consumer Expenditure Survey.

Our estimation exploits the relative expenditure of high- and low-income. The distinction between income and consumption could make a meaningful difference in thinking about inequality if the distribution of consumption at a given point in time is less wide than that of income, or if its evolution over time is smoother than that of income.

Consumption can differ from income File Size: KB. Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality. Mark A. Aguiar and Mark Bils.

NoNBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Abstract: We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality over the last 30 years has been mirrored by consumption inequality.

We do so by constructing two alternative measures of consumption expenditure, using Cited by: Get this from a library. Has consumption inequality mirrored income inequality?. [Mark Aguiar; Mark Bils; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality over the last 30 years has been mirrored by consumption inequality.

We do so by constructing two alternative measures of consumption. Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality. Mark Aguiar and Mark Bils. American Economic Review,vol. issue 9, Abstract: We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality since was mirrored by consumption inequality.

We do so by constructing an alternative measure of consumption expenditure using a Cited by: Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality. Author: Mark Aguiar, Mark Bils Publisher: American Economic Review Date: 09/ Url; We revisit to what extent the increase in income inequality since was mirrored by consumption inequality.

Therefore, income and consumption will differ due to the fact that all households should consume, but not all of them earn income, which in turn leads to higher income inequality compared to.Aguiar, M and M Bils (), “Has Consumption Inequality Mirrored Income Inequality”, American Economic Review (9): Armour, P, R Burkhauser, and J Larrimore (), “Levels and Trends in U.S.

Income and its Distribution: A Crosswalk from Market Income towards a Comprehensive Haig-Simons Income Approach”, Southern Economic. The second paper also uses Panel Study of Income Dynamics data but supplements it with data from the Federal Reserve’s Survey of Consumer Finances.

Like the first paper, this effort also finds that inequality in income, wealth, and consumption has increased. But in this paper, the economists also look at inequality in what they call “two and three dimensions,” which analyzes the .