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What do we learn about consumer demand patterns from micro-data?
|Statement||by Richard Blundell, Panos Pashardes and Guglielmo Weber.|
|Series||Discussion papers in economics -- 89-18|
|Contributions||Pashardes, Panos., Weber, Guglielmo., University College, London. Department of Economics.|
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Downloadable (with restrictions). The aim of this paper is to assess the importance of using micro-level data in the econometric analysis of consumer demand. To do this, the authors utilize a time series of repeated cross sections covering some 4, households in each of fifteen years.
Employing a number of different aggregation procedures, they conclude that aggregate data alone are unlikely. Downloadable (with restrictions). Author(s): Blundell, Richard & Pashardes, Panos & Weber, Guglielmo. Abstract: The aim of this paper is to assess the importance of using micro-level data in the econometric analysis of consumer demand.
To do this, the authors utilize a time series of repeated cross sections covering some 4, households in each of fifteen years. For more information on the source of this book, or why it is We measure the price elasticity of supply The ratio of the percentage change in quantity supplied of a good or service (April )–; Richard Blundell et al., “What Do We Learn About Consumer Demand Patterns from Micro Data?”, American Economic Review.
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Blundell, R., Pashardes, P. and Weber, G. () What Do We Learn About Consumer Demand Patterns from Micro Data?, Working Paper 88/10, Institute for Fiscal Studies, London.
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Blundell R, Pashardes P, Weber G () “What do we learn about consumer demand patterns from micro data?”, American Economic Review 83(3): – Google Scholar Bollino CA, Perali F, Rossi N () “Linear household technologies”, Journal of Applied Econometrics, – Guglielmo Weber currently works at the Department of Economics and Management, University of Padova.
Guglielmo does research in Consumer Economics, Economics of. The aim of this paper is to assess the importance of using micro-level data in the econometric analysis of consumer demand.
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