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Consumption along the life cycle
by Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Research Dept. in [Minneapolis, MN]
Written in English
Micro data over the life cycle shows two different patterns of consumption of housing and non-housing goods: the consumption profile of non-housing goods is hump-shaped while the consumption profile for housing first increases monotonically and then flattens out. This paper develops a rich, quantitative, dynamic general equilibrium model of life cycle behavior, which generates consumption profiles consistent with the observed data. Borrowing constraints are essential in explaining the accumulation of housing assets early in life, while transaction costs are crucial in generating the slow downsizing of the housing later in life. The bequest motives play a role in determining total life time wealth, but not the housing profile.
|Series||Working paper / Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Research Dept. ;, 635, Working paper (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis : Online) ;, 635.|
|Contributions||Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Research Dept.|
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The consumption function based on life cycle hypothesis is illustrated in Fig. where along the X-axis we measure disposable income and along the Y-axis the consumption expenditure. The short-run consumption function is shown by the curve C SR which has a slope of which is the marginal propensity to consume out of labour income in the. Suppose, however, income reaches F 3 with consumption level C 3. If income falls, consumption decreases along the short- run consumption function. Thus, cyclical movements in income produce the short- run consumption function. If there were no business cycles, only the long-run consumption function would be observed.
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The Life-Cycle Model of Consumption. The life-cycle model of consumption looks at the lifetime consumption and saving decisions of an individual.
The choices made about consumption and saving depend on income earned over an individual’s entire lifetime. Micro data over the life cycle shows two different patterns of consumption of housing and non-housing goods: the consumption profile of non-housing goods is hump-shaped while the consumption profile for housing first increases monotonically and then flattens out.
These patterns hold true at each consumption quartile. Micro data show two key patterns of consumption and asset holdings over the life cycle.
First, consumption expenditures on both durable and nondurable goods are hump-shaped. Micro data over the life cycle shows two different patterns of consumption of housing and non-housing goods: the consumption profile of non-housing goods is hump-shaped while the consumption profile for housing first increases monotonically and then flattens out.
and non-housing consumption along the life cycle contradict a key prediction of the standard life cycle model without market frictions: the ratio of housing and non-housing consumption should not be age-dependent. That is to say, housing consumption should follow the same pattern as non-housing by: Habits, rationality and myopia in the life-cycle consumption function (Discussion paper / Centre for Economic Policy Research) [John Muellbauer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Since la-bor income substitutes for riskless asset holdings, the optimal share invested in equities is roughly decreasing over. decreases slightly, only to mildly increase towards the end of the life cycle. The diﬀerent patterns of housing and non-housing consumption along the life cycle thus contradicts a key prediction of the standard life-cycle model without market frictions: the ratio of housing and non-housing consumption should not be age-dependent.
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The life-cycle model assumes that consumers use saving and borrowing to _____ consumption over their life cycle. smooth According to the life-cycle model, when wealth is constant in the short run, the average propensity to consume ______ as income increases.
In the long run, short run consumption function curve shifts above and therefore in the long run consumption function, propensity to consume is higher as compared to that in the short run.
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