- New publication: "Reported Effects vs. Revealed-Preference Estimates: Evidence from the Propensity to Spend Tax Rebates," with N. Souleles, American Economic Review: Insights, forthcoming
- Latest working paper: Belief Disagreement and Portfolio Choice
- New working paper: Asymmetric Consumption Response of Households to Positive and Negative Anticipated Cash Flows
- Newly revised paper: Accelerator or Brake? Cash for Clunkers, Household Liquidity, and Aggregate Demand
- VoxEU article on my research
Golub Center for Finance & Policy
Jonathan Parker is Co-Director and Head of Consumer Financial Policy Initiatives at the MIT Golub Center.
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