Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification E21: Consumption; Saving; Wealth

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The Household Cash Flow Channel of Monetary Policy

Reserve Bank of Australia Research Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: rdp2016-12, 01.12.2016)

JEL: D31, E21, E52

Capital Flows to Developing Countries: Is There an Allocation Puzzle?

Bank of Canada Working papers [View] (Paper: 2016-53, 26.11.2016)

JEL: E13, E21, F43

Do Consumers Really Follow a Rule of Thumb? Three Thousand Estimates from 130 Studies Say "Probably Not"

Czech National Bank Working papers [View] (Paper: 2016/08, 10.11.2016)

JEL: C83, D12, E21

Sticky consumption and wealth effects in Switzerland

Swiss National Bank Working Papers [View] (Paper: 2016-14, 04.11.2016)

JEL: C22, D12, E21, E44

The Effect of Consumer Sentiment on Consumption

Reserve Bank of Australia Research Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: rdp2016-10, 01.11.2016)

JEL: E20, E21

Using elasticities to derive optimal bankruptcy exemptions

European Systemic Risk Board Working papers [View] (Paper: WP26, 20.10.2016)

JEL: D14, D52, E21

Understanding the New Normal: The Role of Demographics

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System FEDS series [View] (Paper: 2016080, 03.10.2016)

JEL: E17, E21, J11

Bank Runs: Theories and Policy Applications

Bank of Portugal Working papers [View] (Paper: 936, 15.09.2016)

JEL: E21, E44, G01, G20

Does Greater Inequality Lead to More Household Borrowing? New Evidence from Household Data

San Francisco Fed Working Papers [View] (Paper: 2016-20, 19.08.2016)

JEL: D14, E21, E51, G21

Expectations, stagnation and fiscal policy

Bank of Finland Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: 25/2016, 11.08.2016)

JEL: D84, E21, E43, E62

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