Jonathan Parker
Jonathan Parker
Robert C. Merton (1970) Professor of Finance
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Consumption over the life cycle
PO Gourinchas, JA Parker
Econometrica 70 (1), 47-89, 2002
20062002
Household expenditure and the income tax rebates of 2001
DS Johnson, JA Parker, NS Souleles
The American Economic Review 96 (5), 1589-1610, 2006
9032006
Optimal expectations
MK Brunnermeier, JA Parker
American Economic Review 95 (4), 1092-1118, 2005
8962005
Measuring the cyclicality of real wages: how important is composition bias?
G Solon, R Barsky, JA Parker
The quarterly journal of economics 109 (1), 1-25, 1994
8071994
Consumer spending and the economic stimulus payments of 2008
JA Parker, NS Souleles, DS Johnson, R McClelland
American Economic Review 103 (6), 2530-53, 2013
6102013
Consumption risk and the cross section of expected returns
JA Parker, C Julliard
Journal of Political Economy 113 (1), 185-222, 2005
5752005
The reaction of household consumption to predictable changes in social security taxes
JA Parker
American Economic Review 89 (4), 959-973, 1999
5421999
Luxury goods and the equity premium
Y Ait‐Sahalia, JA Parker, M Yogo
The Journal of Finance 59 (6), 2959-3004, 2004
4102004
Optimal beliefs, asset prices, and the preference for skewed returns
MK Brunnermeier, C Gollier, JA Parker
American Economic Review 97 (2), 159-165, 2007
4032007
On measuring the effects of fiscal policy in recessions
JA Parker
Journal of Economic Literature 49 (3), 703-18, 2011
2562011
Spendthrift in America? On two decades of decline in the US saving rate
JA Parker
NBER macroeconomics annual 14, 317-370, 1999
2521999
The empirical importance of precautionary saving
PO Gourinchas, JA Parker
American Economic Review 91 (2), 406-412, 2001
1622001
The economic stimulus payments of 2008 and the aggregate demand for consumption
C Broda, JA Parker
Journal of Monetary Economics 68, S20-S36, 2014
1472014
Precautionary saving and consumption fluctuations
JA Parker, B Preston
American Economic Review 95 (4), 1119-1143, 2005
1322005
Taxes and growth in a financially underdeveloped country: evidence from the chilean investment boom
CT Hsieh, JA Parker
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2006
1272006
Who bears aggregate fluctuations and how?
JA Parker, A Vissing-Jorgensen
American Economic Review 99 (2), 399-405, 2009
1252009
The consumption risk of the stock market
JA Parker
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 2001 (2), 279-333, 2001
1082001
Why Don't Households Smooth Consumption? Evidence from a $25 Million Experiment
JA Parker
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics 9 (4), 153-83, 2017
93*2017
The increase in income cyclicality of high-income households and its relation to the rise in top income shares
JA Parker, A Vissing-Jorgensen
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2010
772010
Valuation, adverse selection, and market collapses
MJ Fishman, JA Parker
The Review of Financial Studies 28 (9), 2575-2607, 2015
64*2015
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