Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification D12: Consumer Economics: Empirical Analysis

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How Australians Pay: Evidence from the 2016 Consumer Payments Survey

Reserve Bank of Australia Research Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: rdp2017-04, 01.07.2017)

JEL: D12, D14, E42

Consumption and savings in a low interest-rate environment

National Bank of Denmark (Danmarks Nationalbank) Working papers [View] (Paper: DNWP116, 29.06.2017)

JEL: D12, D14, D31, D91, E21

Access to Credit and Financial Health: Evaluating the Impact of Debt Collection

New York Fed Staff reports [View] (Paper: 814, 27.05.2017)

JEL: D12, D18, G18, K30

Culture and household saving

European Central Bank Working papers [View] (Paper: 2069, 24.05.2017)

JEL: D12, D91, E21, Z1

EU consumers quantitative inflation perceptions and expectations: an evaluation

European Central Bank Occasional papers [View] (Paper: 186, 19.04.2017)

JEL: D12, D8, E31

How Data Breaches Affect Consumer Credit

Philadelphia Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 17-6, 23.03.2017)

JEL: C23, D12, G02, G22

News consumption, political preferences, and accurate views on inflation

Netherlands Bank DNB Working Papers [View] (Paper: 549, 15.03.2017)

JEL: D12, D83, D84, E31, E58

Regular versus lump-sum payments in union contracts and household consumption

European Central Bank Working papers [View] (Paper: 2013, 03.02.2017)

JEL: D12, E21, J51

Trust in the central bank and inflation expectations

Netherlands Bank DNB Working Papers [View] (Paper: 537, 15.12.2016)

JEL: D12, D81, E03, E40, E58

Consumer Cash Usage: A Cross-Country Comparison with Payment Diary Survey Data

IJCB International Journal of Central Banking [View] (Paper: 16q4a01, 01.12.2016)

JEL: D12, E41, E58

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