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Published by University of Reading Department of Economics in Reading .
Written in English


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SeriesDiscussion papers in economics series A / University of Reading Department of Economics -- no.166
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Open LibraryOL13840977M

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A Note on the Rationality of the Livingston Price Expectations. James E. Pesando; K. D. Patterson Modelling price expectations, Applied Econom Donald J. Mullineaux On Testing for Rationality: Another Look at the Livingston Price Expectations Data, Cited by: Tests of Efficiency and Unbiasedness of the Livingston Price Expectations Abstract The Livingston survey data have been subjected to numerous tests of the rationality of expectations. The empirical strategies of each of these pre vious efforts is, however, flawed in one way or another. Here weAuthor: John R. Schroeter, Scott L. Smith.   Ours is a generalization of Tanzi's () model and demonstrates that over , the Livingston data has significantly underes- timated the underlying price expectations Author: Kajal Lahiri, Mark Zaporowski. We use Livingston Survey data for expected inflation, measured at a bi-annual frequency, actual inflation, unemployment and a nominal interest rate to estimate the VAR and show the significant changes that have occurred in the responses of these variables to monetary policy shocks or to shocks to expected and actual inflation.

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