guglielmo weber
guglielmo weber
Professor of Econometrics, University of Padua
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TitleCited byYear
Is consumption growth consistent with intertemporal optimization? Evidence from the consumer expenditure survey
OP Attanasio, G Weber
Journal of political Economy 103 (6), 1121-1157, 1995
8751995
What do we learn about consumer demand patterns from micro data?
R Blundell, P Pashardes, G Weber
The American Economic Review, 570-597, 1993
7181993
Consumption growth, the interest rate and aggregation
OP Attanasio, G Weber
The Review of Economic Studies 60 (3), 631-649, 1993
6651993
Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe – First Results from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe
A Börsch-Supan, A Brugiavini, H Jürges, J Mackenbach, J Siegrist, ...
Mannheim: Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Ageing, 1-372, 2005
647*2005
Health, ageing and retirement in Europe: first results from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe
A Börsch-Supan, MJ Brugiavini, Agar, Jürges, Hendrik, J Siegrist, ...
Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Aging (MEA), 2005
647*2005
Humps and bumps in lifetime consumption
OP Attanasio, J Banks, C Meghir, G Weber
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 17 (1), 22-35, 1999
4891999
An expenditure-based estimate of Britain's black economy
CA Pissarides, G Weber
Journal of public economics 39 (1), 17-32, 1989
4531989
Consumption and saving: models of intertemporal allocation and their implications for public policy
OP Attanasio, G Weber
Journal of Economic literature 48 (3), 693-751, 2010
4132010
Intertemporal substitution, risk aversion and the Euler equation for consumption
OP Attanasio, G Weber
The Economic Journal 99 (395), 59-73, 1989
2761989
The retirement consumption puzzle: evidence from a regression discontinuity approach
E Battistin, A Brugiavini, E Rettore, G Weber
American Economic Review 99 (5), 2209-26, 2009
2532009
The UK consumption boom of the late 1980s: aggregate implications of microeconomic evidence
OP Attanasio, G Weber
The Economic Journal 104 (427), 1269-1302, 1994
2521994
Intertemporal nonseparability or borrowing restrictions? A disaggregate analysis using a US consumption panel
C Meghir, G Weber
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 1151-1181, 1996
2401996
Changes in compulsory schooling, education and the distribution of wages in Europe
G Brunello, M Fort, G Weber
The Economic Journal 119 (536), 516-539, 2009
2062009
First Results from the Survey of Health, Ageing, and Retirement in Europe (2004-2007): Starting the longitudinal dimension
A Börsch-Supan, A Brugiavini, H Jürges, A Kapteyn, JP Mackenbach, ...
Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Aging, 2008
1812008
Asking consumption questions in general purpose surveys
M Browning, TF Crossley, G Weber
The Economic Journal 113 (491), F540-F567, 2003
1742003
Pricing behaviour and the introduction of the euro: evidence from a panel of restaurants
E Gaiotti, F Lippi
The Euro, Inflation and Consumer’s Perceptions, 71-107, 2008
1432008
Health, ageing and retirement in Europe
A Börsch-Supan, A Brugiavini, H Jürges, J Mackenbach, J Siegrist, ...
Manheim Research Institute for the Economics of Ageing, Manheim, 2005
1432005
Intertemporal consumption, durables and liquidity constraints: A cohort analysis
R Alessie, MP Devereux, G Weber
European Economic Review 41 (1), 37-59, 1997
1391997
What do we learn from recall consumption data?
E Battistin, R Miniaci, G Weber
Journal of Human Resources 38 (2), 354-385, 2003
1092003
First results from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (2004-7)
A Börsch-Supan
Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Aging (MEA), 2008
1022008
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