Income Uncertainty and Precautionary Saving: Evidence from Household Rotating Panel Data
AbstractThe aim of this paper is to analyse precautionary saving associated with income risk over the last two decades in Spain; some empirical evidence seems to point to the extension of temporary job contracts in those years as an important source of uncertainty for Spanish households. I use a rotating panel, the Spanish family expenditure survey, to model income dynamics and consumption growth.
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Length: 37 pages
Date of creation: 2000
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SAVINGS ; INCOME ; RISK ; HOUSEHOLD;
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