International Comparative Household Finance
Tarun Ramadorai () and
John Campbell ()
Scholarly Articles from Harvard University Department of Economics
This paper reviews the literature on international comparative household finance. The paper presents summary statistics on household balance sheets for 13 developed countries, and uses these statistics to discuss common features and contrasts across countries. The paper then discusses retirement savings, investments in risky assets, unsecured debt, and mortgages.
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Published in Annual Review of Economics
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Journal Article: International Comparative Household Finance (2016)
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