Heterogeneity in Consumer Price Stickiness: A Microeconometric Investigation
Denis Fougere (),
Hervé Le Bihan () and
No 5300, CEPR Discussion Papers from C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers
This paper examines heterogeneity in price stickiness using a large, original, set of individual price data collected at the retail level for the computation of the French CPI. For that purpose, we estimate at a very high level of disaggregation competing-risks duration models that distinguish between price increases, price decreases and product replacements. The main findings are the following: i) cross-product and cross-outlet-type heterogeneity is pervasive, both in the shape of the hazard function and in the impact of covariates; ii) at the product-outlet type level, the baseline hazard function of a price spell is non-decreasing; iii) there is strong evidence of state dependence, especially for price increases.
Keywords: duration models; hazard function; heterogeneity; sticky prices (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C41 E31 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: Heterogeneity in Consumer Price Stickiness: A Microeconometric Investigation (2007)
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Working Paper: Heterogeneity in Consumer Price Stickiness: A Microeconometric Investigation (2005)
Working Paper: Heterogeneity in consumer price stickiness: a microeconometric investigation (2005)
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