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How to find resources for the ECON432 paper, using JSTOR and NBER working papers Screencast by Daniel Marcin, PhD Candidate in Economics at the University of Michigan.
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http://www.nber.org/papers/w18575.pdf NBER Working Paper No. 18575 Issued in November 2012 NBER Program(s): AG Abstract: We conduct and analyze two large surveys of hypothetical annuitization choices. We find that allowing individuals to annuitize a fraction of their wealth increases annuitization relative to a situation where annuitization is an "all or nothing" decision. Very few respondents choose declining real payout streams over flat or increasing real payout streams of equivalent expected present value. Highlighting the effects of inflation increases demand for cost of living adjustments. Frames that focus on flexibility, control, and investment risk significantly reduce annuitization. A majority of respondents prefer to receive an extra "bonus" payment during one month of the year that is funded by slightly lower payments in the remaining months. Concerns about later-life income, spending flexibility, and counterparty risk are the most important self-reported motives that influence the annuitization decision, whereas the desire to leave a bequest has little influence on this decision. Stephen P. Zeldes is the Benjamin M. Rosen Professor of Economics and Finance at Columbia University's Graduate School of Business. In his research, Professor Zeldes has examined a wide range of applied issues in macroeconomics and finance, including household saving behavior, social security reform, pension policy, retirement account portfolio choices, annuitization and retirement security, the effects of government budget deficits, and the relationship between consumer spending and the stock market. In his current research, Zeldes is studying choices made by defined-benefit pension recipients between life annuities and lump-sum payouts, designing new financial products to provide longevity protection, analyzing the implications of wage risk for pensions and Social Security, and estimating cost savings from corporate pension freezes. His research has been published in the leading academic journals.
References Baum, F. L. Denslow, W. W.(1979, November). The Wizard of Oz., Washington, DC: Ballantine Books. Littlefield, H. M. (1964). The Wizard of Oz: Parable on Populism. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Vol. 16(No. 1), pp. 47-58, Retrieved from http:// www.jstor.org/stable/2710826 Rockoff, H. (2000, April). How Long Did it Take the United States to Become an Optimal Currency Area? NBER Working Paper Series on Historical Factors in Long Run Growth. Retrieved from http://WNN.nber.org/papers/h0124.pdf
According the National Bureau of Economic Research, the US economy recovered from the recession at the beginning of the summer of 2009. Yet the recovery has been disappointing when compared to other recoveries. In this episode of the Numbers Game, John Taylor of Stanford University talks with host Russ Roberts about the nature of the recovery. How does it compare historically to other recoveries? How can we measure the pace of the recovery? The conversation ends with a discussion of possible explanations for why the recovery has been disappointing. 1) What is potential GDP? (0:52) 2) The economy never catches back up to trend (2:38) 3) The 1981 recession (3:16) 4) Is there a correct or potential level of GDP? (4:45) 5) A look at past recoveries (6:13) 6) Friedman and the Plucking Model (8:10) 7) A look at real growth rates in recoveries (8:59) 8) Employment and the recovery (10:20) LINKS TO DATA & PAPERS REFERENCED - 1. 2008-09 and 1981-1982 Recession & Recovery Charts: Real GDP (GDPC1) downloaded from FRED 7/13/12, taken from BEA.gov - http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/GDPC1/ Potential GDP (GDPPOT) downloaded from FRED 7/13/12, taken from CBO.gov - http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/GDPPOT/ 2. 1907-08 and 1893-94 Recession & Recovery Charts: GDP data from NBER, compiled by Nathan Balke and Robert Gordon with adjustments by John Taylor for comparability with earlier charts -http://www.nber.org/data/abc/ Potential GDP calculations by John Taylor using a Hodrick-Prescott trend. 3. The Plucking Model Working Paper: The "Plucking Model" of Business Fluctuations Revisited by Milton Friedman Working Papers in Economics, E-88-48 -- Hoover Institution, Stanford University http://hoohila.stanford.edu/workingpapers/getWorkingPaper.php?filename=E-88-48.pdf 4. Growth Rate of Real GDP Chart: Growth Rate calculated from Real GDP (GDPC1) downloaded from FRED 7/13/12, taken from BEA.gov - http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/GDPC1/ 5. Change in the Percentage of the Population that is Working Chart: Employment-Population Ratio (EMRATIO) downloaded from FRED 7/13/12, taken from BLS.gov - http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/EMRATIO/ Click the following link to view "The Economic Recovery (Part 2)" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ooUbohNneCQ
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