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Harnessing naturally occurring data to measure the response of spending to income
M Gelman, S Kariv, MD Shapiro, D Silverman, S Tadelis
Science 345 (6193), 212-215, 2014
1812014
How individuals respond to a liquidity shock: Evidence from the 2013 government shutdown
M Gelman, S Kariv, MD Shapiro, D Silverman, S Tadelis
Journal of Public Economics 189, 103917, 2020
120*2020
The response of consumer spending to changes in gasoline prices
M Gelman, Y Gorodnichenko, S Kariv, D Koustas, MD Shapiro, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
532016
What drives heterogeneity in the marginal propensity to consume? Temporary shocks vs persistent characteristics
M Gelman
Journal of Monetary Economics 117, 521-542, 2021
332021
The Self-Constrained Hand-to-Mouth
M Gelman
Review of Economics and Statistics 104 (5), 1096-1109, 2022
122022
Rational illiquidity and consumption: Theory and evidence from income tax withholding and refunds
M Gelman, S Kariv, MD Shapiro, D Silverman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
12*2019
Do Paragraph IV Challenges Target Weaker Patents?
M Gelman, E Helland
Available at SSRN 3205493, 2018
2018
Understanding Household Consumption and Saving Behavior using Account Data
M Gelman
2017
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