Christopher D Carroll
Christopher D Carroll
Johns Hopkins University and NBER
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Buffer Stock Saving and the Life Cycle/Permanent Income Hypothesis
CD Carroll
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 112 (1), 1-55, 1997
21311997
The buffer-stock theory of saving: Some macroeconomic evidence
CD Carroll, RE Hall, SP Zeldes
Brookings papers on economic activity 1992 (2), 61-156, 1992
13711992
Macroeconomic expectations of households and professional forecasters
CD Carroll
the Quarterly Journal of economics 118 (1), 269-298, 2003
10302003
The nature of precautionary wealth
CD Carroll, AA Samwick
Journal of monetary Economics 40 (1), 41-71, 1997
9801997
Saving and growth with habit formation
CD Carroll, J Overland, DN Weil
American Economic Review 90 (3), 341-355, 2000
8962000
Saving and growth: a reinterpretation
CD Carroll, DN Weil
Carnegie-Rochester conference series on public policy 40, 133-192, 1994
8591994
Does consumer sentiment forecast household spending? If so, why?
CD Carroll, JC Fuhrer, DW Wilcox
The American Economic Review 84 (5), 1397-1408, 1994
8051994
How important is precautionary saving?
CD Carroll, AA Samwick
Review of Economics and statistics 80 (3), 410-419, 1998
7051998
A theory of the consumption function, with and without liquidity constraints
CD Carroll
Journal of Economic perspectives 15 (3), 23-45, 2001
6942001
Consumption growth parallels income growth: some new evidence
CD Carroll, LH Summers
National saving and economic performance, 305-348, 1991
6911991
How large are housing and financial wealth effects? A new approach
CD Carroll, M Otsuka, J Slacalek
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 43 (1), 55-79, 2011
6272011
On the concavity of the consumption function
CD Carroll, MS Kimball
Econometrica 64 (4), 981-992, 1996
5931996
How does future income affect current consumption
CD Carroll
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 109 (1), 111-147, 1994
5341994
The method of endogenous gridpoints for solving dynamic stochastic optimization problems
CD Carroll
Economics letters 91 (3), 312-320, 2006
5202006
Why do the rich save so much?
CD Carroll
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 1998
4901998
Comparison utility in a growth model
CD Carroll, J Overland, DN Weil
Journal of economic growth 2 (4), 339-367, 1997
3511997
Are there cultural effects on saving? Some cross-sectional evidence
CD Carroll, BK Rhee, C Rhee
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 109 (3), 685-699, 1994
3391994
Portfolios of the Rich
CD Carroll
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2000
3242000
The adequacy of household saving
EM Engen, WG Gale, CE Uccello, CD Carroll, DI Laibson
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 1999 (2), 65-187, 1999
3021999
Unemployment risk and precautionary wealth: Evidence from households' balance sheets
CD Carroll, KE Dynan, SD Krane
Review of Economics and Statistics 85 (3), 586-604, 2003
2792003
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