The demographics of inflation opinion surveys
AbstractIn this Commentary, we document that people report very different perceptions and predictions of inflation depending upon their income, education, age, race, and gender — a strange finding that may provide an important clue to understanding how to interpret survey data of inflation expectations.
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Volume (Year): (2001)
Issue (Month): Oct 15 ()
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