2 edition of Economic interpretations of intergenerational correlations found in the catalog.
Economic interpretations of intergenerational correlations
Nathan D. Grawe
|Statement||Nathan D. Grawe, Casey B. Mulligan.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- no. 8948, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 8948.|
|Contributions||Mulligan, Casey B., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
conclusion that intergenerational correlations do not differ between countries is, I think, not supported by the results in the book. The estimated intergenerational correlations range between approximately and Many analyses required corrections that brought the correlations closer to , but this raises the question why other. Intergenerational relations refer to the dynamics of relationships among members of different generations and the nature of the interactions and the ties that exist among them. Intergenerational relations are often studied by sociologists according to a range of categories. These include aspects of conflict, equity, mobility and dependency.
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Economic theory offers interpretations of intergenerational correlations that are different from the theories of other disciplines, and have important policy implications.
Economic Interpretations of Intergenerational Correlations Nathan D. Grawe, Casey B. Mulligan NBER Working Paper No. Issued in May NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Public Economics Economic theory offers interpretations of intergenerational correlations that are different from the theories of other disciplines, and have important policy implications.
Get this from a library. Economic interpretations of intergenerational correlations. [Nathan D Grawe; Casey B Mulligan; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: Economic theory offers interpretations of intergenerational correlations that are different from the theories of other disciplines, and have important policy implications.
Economic Interpretations of Intergenerational Correlations Nathan D. Grawe and Casey B. Mulligan M easuring intergenerational correlations is as old as empirical social science itself; for example, see Galton’s study of the eminence of relatives or his analysis of Cited by: Downloadable.
Since accurate prediction ultimately determines the usefulness of theory, our paper gives the reader a taste of some predictions derived from economic theory and some empirical successes and failures. We provide only a taste, because there are a great many economic models relevant to intergenerational correlations — such as models of educational attainment, neighborhood effects.
Economic Interpretations of Intergenerational Correlations. Nathan D. Grawe and Casey B. Mulligan. easuring intergenerational correlations is as old as empirical social.
science itself; for example, see Galton's study of the eminence of. relatives or his. Economic Interpretations of Intergenerational Correlations Nathan D. Grawe and Casey B. Mulligan NBER Working Paper No. May JEL No. J62, D10, I22 ABSTRACT Economic theory offers interpretations of intergenerational correlations that are different from the theories of other disciplines, and have important policy implications.
Most of the research on this issue has focused on the intergenerational correlation in income (see Solon for a review) and wealth (Charles and Hurst ), where as relatively little attention has been paid to the intergenerational correlation in consumption expenditures (Mulligan ; Aughinbaugh ; and Waldkirch, Ng, and Cox Cited by: Nathan Grawe.
Professor of Grawe, Nathan D. “Reconsidering the Use of Nonlinearities in Intergenerational Earnings Mobility as a Test for Credit Constraints.” “Economic Interpretations of Intergenerational Correlations.” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 16(3) The excess sensitivity in participation provides a more meaningful measure of the welfare trap in that it explicitly recognizes the intergenerational correlation of income.
Thus, for example, if e = as above, and the observed fraction =then the excess sensitivity e - = This would suggestCited by: Sibling Correlations and Intergenerational Mobility in Latin America Article (PDF Available) in Economic Development and Cultural Change 49(3) February with Reads.
the intergenerational correlation. Using two generation from the PSID we use married couples to analyze the relative importance of the di⁄erent sources to intergenerational correlations in the USA. We document that there are signi–cant amount of earnings persis-tence in the data using three di⁄erent types measurement units (i.e.
father-Cited by: 2. "Economic Interpretations of Intergenerational Correlations," Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Economic Association, vol. 16(3), pagesSummer. Articles Jenny Bourne & Nathan D.
The material in the book covers important policy relevant areas like the demand and supply of education, education financing, the economic returns to education and the extent of intergenerational mobility. The book is an essential read for anyone interested in contemporary issues in the economics of education.’Author: Daniele Checchi.
and wealth correlations. This paper uses recent data collected by the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) to study intergenerational correlations in con-sumption expenditures. A key contribution of our work is that we use a more comprehensive measure of household expenditure than those used in the few previous studies of consumption correlations.
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correlations than those based on the entire population (e.g., Piketty ). Intergenerational Correlations in Wealth. observed intergenerational correlations of educational attainment are produced. The literature proposed very di erent mechanisms that could drive these correlations.
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Supporting calcalations and at least two chapters can be viewed on-line. Economic Interpretations of Intergenerational Correlations (with Nathan Grawe) Capital, Interest, and Aggregate Intertemporal Substitution. This paper contributes to the relatively limited literature on the correlation of labor market outcomes of parents and their children.
This literature is relevant to the larger literature on intergenerational income mobility since correlation in intergenerational labor market outcomes is one of the potential factors contributing to the intergenerational correlation of permanent by: Solon, Gary () “Intergenerational Income Mobility in the United States,” American Economic Review, vol.
82, pp. – Google Scholar Solon, Gary () “Biases in the Estimation of Intergenerational Earnings Correlations,” Review of Economics and Statistics, vol. 71, pp. – by: 2.Intergenerational correlations between parental income and child earnings reflect the extent of intergenerational economic mobility and equality of opportunity.
Previous estimates are aboutbut these estimates suffer from a number of problems, iilcluding the use of but one year of observations and of nonrandom samples.