Understanding Savings: Evidence from the United States and Japan

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Analysis of consumption and saving decisions by households has always been one of the most active areas of research in economics--and with good reason. Private consumption is the most important component of aggregate demand in a capitalist economy, and explaining consumption is the key element in most macroeconomic forecasting models. To evaluate the effect of government policies invariably requires the knowledge of how they change parameters relevant for household decision making.Understanding Saving collects eleven papers by economist Fumio Hayashi, along with two previously unpublished chapters, for a total of thirteen chapters. The monograph, which brings together Hayashi's empirical research on saving, is divided into three sections. Part I, "Liquidity Constraints", contains five studies that test the well-known implication of the Life Cycle-Permanent Income hypothesis that households shield consumption from income fluctuations. Part II, "Risk-Sharing and Altruism", contains three papers that examine the interactions between related and unrelated households predicted by the hypothesis for the US and Japanese households. The three papers in Part III, "Japanese Saving Behavior", present the author's explanation of the high saving rate in postwar Japan.

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Fumio Hayashi is Professor, Faculty of Economics, the University of Tokyo.

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"Fumio Hayashi has been a major contributor to the explosion ofresearch on the economics of saving. His consistently creativeanalysis of the evidence, and particularly of the contrasts betweenthe U.S. and Japan, has advanced our understanding and raised manynew puzzles. This book will be indispensible to all researchers inthe field." Angus Deaton , Professor of Economics, Princeton University

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Descrizione libro MIT Press Ltd, United States, 1997. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book. Analysis of consumption and saving decisions by households has always been one of the most active areas of research in economics--and with good reason. Private consumption is the most important component of aggregate demand in a capitalist economy, and explaining consumption is the key element in most macroeconomic forecasting models. To evaluate the effect of government policies invariably requires the knowledge of how they change parameters relevant for household decision making.Understanding Saving collects eleven papers by economist Fumio Hayashi, along with two previously unpublished chapters, for a total of thirteen chapters. The monograph, which brings together Hayashi s empirical research on saving, is divided into three sections. Part I, Liquidity Constraints , contains five studies that test the well-known implication of the Life Cycle-Permanent Income hypothesis that households shield consumption from income fluctuations. Part II, Risk-Sharing and Altruism , contains three papers that examine the interactions between related and unrelated households predicted by the hypothesis for the US and Japanese households. The three papers in Part III, Japanese Saving Behavior , present the author s explanation of the high saving rate in postwar Japan. Codice libro della libreria BZV9780262082556

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