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1949 survey of consumer finances: part V home ownership and expenditures for housing

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Sep

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Changes in U.S. family finances from 2004 to 2007: evidence from the Survey of Consumer Finances

The Federal Reserve Board's Survey of Consumer Finances for 2007 provides insights into changes in family income and net worth since the 2004 survey. The survey shows that, over the 2004-07 period, the median value of real (inflation-adjusted) family income before taxes was little changed, while mean income climbed 8.5 percent. Unlike family income over this period, both median and mean net worth increased; the median rose 17.7 percent, and the mean rose 13.0 percent. This article reviews these and other changes in the financial condition of U.S. families, including developments in assets, ...
Federal Reserve Bulletin , Volume 95 , Issue 2

Journal Article
1948 survey of consumer finances: part V housing expenditures and finance

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Sep , Pages 1058-1065

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1950 survey of consumer finances: part III. distribution of consumer income in 1949

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Aug , Pages 948-965

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1955 survey of consumer finances: housing arrangements of consumers

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Aug

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1952 survey of consumer finances: part I. consumer expectations as to economic trends and consumer investment preferences

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Jul , Pages 739-755

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Studying consumption with the Panel Study of Income Dynamics: comparisons with the Consumer Expenditure Survey and an application to the intergenerational transmission of well-being

Beginning in 1999, the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) added new questions about several categories of consumption expenditure. The PSID now covers items that constitute more than seventy percent of total expenditure measured in the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE). We show that expenditure for each of the broad categories in the PSID aligns closely with corresponding measures from the CE. Using the new PSID data, we impute total expenditure in the PSID and show that this is also very close to total measured CE expenditure. For several distinct categories and for total consumption, we ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 2007-16

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1948 survey of consumer finances: part I expenditures for durable goods

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Jun

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1949 survey of consumer finances: part VIII. distribution of consumer saving in 1948

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Jan , Pages 14-34

Report
Expectations of inflation: the biasing effect of thoughts about specific prices

National surveys follow consumers' expectations of future inflation, because they may directly affect the economic choices they make, indirectly affect macroeconomic outcomes, and be considered in monetary policy. Yet relatively little is known about how individuals form the inflation expectations they report on consumer surveys. Medians of reported inflation expectations tend to track official estimates of realized inflation, but show large disagreement between respondents, due to some expecting seemingly extreme inflation. We present two studies to examine whether individuals who consider ...
Staff Reports , Paper 489

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