As household asset values rise, should we still worry about the saving rate?
William Emmons ()
The Regional Economist, 2006, issue Jul, 10-11
Although some data show that household wealth is rising, we shouldn't be complacent about the flip side of the coin-that personal saving is in a nosedive.
Keywords: Finance, Personal; Saving and investment; Consumer behavior (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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