What Do We Learn from Recall Consumption Data?
In this paper, we use two complementary Italian data sources (the 1995 ISTAT and Bank of Italy household surveys) to generate household-specific nondurable expenditure in the Bank of Italy sample that contains relatively high-quality income data. We show that food expenditure data are of comparable...
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University of Wisconsin Press 01.04.2003
|published in:||The Journal of human resources Vol. 38; no. 2; pp. 354 - 385|
|Data of publication:||20030401|
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