4 edition of The interaction between time-nonseparable preferences and time aggregation found in the catalog.
1990 by Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English
|Series||[Working paper / Alfred P. Sloan School of Management] -- WP#3181-90-EFA, Working paper (Sloan School of Management) -- 3181-90.|
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|Pagination||, 70 p.,  p. of plates :|
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2 permanentincomehypothesiscouldbeduetotemporalaggregationproblems. Concurrently,therehasbeenmuchworkexaminingtheimpactof time. HDM WORKINGPAPER CHOOLOFMANAGEMENT THEINTERACTIONBETWEEN TIME-NONSEPARABLEPREFERENCES ANDTIMEAGGREGATON by JohnHeaton LatestRevision: December PreviousVersion: EFA WorkingPaperNo.
EFA MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTEOFTECHNOLOGY 50MEMORIALDRIVE. THE INTERACTION BETWEEN TIME-NONSEPARABLE PREFERENCES AND TIME AGGREGATION BY JOHN HEATON 1 This paper specifies and empirically analyzes a continuous-time, linear-quadratic, representative consumer model with time-nonseparable preferences of several forms.
Within this framework I show how time aggregation and time nonseparabilities in. Econornetrica, Vol. 61, No. 2 (March,THE INTERACTION BETWEEN TIME-NONSEPARABLE PREFERENCES AND TIME AGGREGATION.
This paper specifies and empirically analyzes a continuous-time, linear-quadratic, representative consumer model with time-nonseparable preferences of several forms.
The Interaction between Time-Nonseparable Preferences and Time Aggregation. John Heaton. Econometrica,vol. 61, issue 2, Abstract: This paper specifies and empirically analyzes a continuous-time, linear-quadratic, representative consumer model wit h time-nonseparable preferences of several forms.
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Description "This paper is a revised version of my University of Chicago Ph.D. dissertation."--p. . Downloadable (with restrictions).
This paper specifies and empirically analyzes a continuous-time, linear-quadratic, representative consumer model wit h time-nonseparable preferences of several forms. Within this framewor k, the author shows how time aggregation and time nonseparabilities in preferences over consumption streams can interact.
The interaction between time-nonseparable preferences and time aggregaton [i.e. aggregation] By John Heaton. Abstract "Latest revision: December ; Previous version: EFA.
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass.: Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts. Heaton, John, "The Interaction between Time-Nonseparable Preferences and Time Aggregation," Econometrica, Econometric Society, vol. 61(2), pagesMarch. Full references (including those not matched with items on IDEAS).
In this last lecture in aggregation, we want to talk about the aggregation of preferences. So this is going to differ from what we looked at before. Remember when we looked at the central limit theorem, we looked at aggregating numbers or actions.
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The Interaction Between Time-Nonseparable Preferences and Time Aggregaton [I.E. Aggregation] by. The preference aggregation problem only the individuals’ preference between x and y is taking into account.
Hence, when determining the collective preference of x against y by majority rule the preference over the rest of alternatives is irrelevant. In Example Heaton (), Heaton () has extensively examined the interaction between time-nonseparable preferences The interaction between time-nonseparable preferences and time aggregation book time aggregation in the context of consumption expenditures and asset pricing and found them to be useful in explaining various features of time-aggregated US data.
The interaction between the two is also important here, but for a. The present paper focusses on the effect of time aggregation on the persistence in economic time series and in particular on the properties of a fractionally integrated time series model.
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time. Such conditions concern either the language for stating preferences, or general properties of the preference aggregation function. Key words: preference-aggregation, incomparability, incompleteness 1 Introduction We consider a multi-agent setting where each agent speciﬁes its preferences by means of an ordering over the possible outcomes.
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