The Earned Income Credit and Durable Goods Purchases
AbstractA revised version of this paper appears as "The Effects of the Earned Income Credit on the Seasonality of Household Expenditures" National Tax Journal 53(4) (part 2): 1211-1244. For more information see www.ntanet.org.
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- Lisa Barrow & Leslie McGranahan, 1999. "The earned income credit and durable goods purchase," Working Paper Series WP-99-24, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
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