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Matthew D. Shapiro
Matthew D. Shapiro
Lawrence R. Klein Collegiate Professor of Economics, University of Michigan
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Preference parameters and behavioral heterogeneity: An experimental approach in the health and retirement study
RB Barsky, FT Juster, MS Kimball, MD Shapiro
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 112 (2), 537-579, 1997
30771997
Costly capital reallocation and the effects of government spending
VA Ramey, MD Shapiro
Carnegie-Rochester conference series on public policy 48, 145-194, 1998
16191998
Sources of business cycle fluctuations
MD Shapiro, MW Watson
NBER Macroeconomics annual 3, 111-148, 1988
12991988
The stock market and investment: is the market a sideshow?
R Morck, A Shleifer, RW Vishny, M Shapiro, JM Poterba
Brookings papers on economic Activity 1990 (2), 157-215, 1990
9471990
Displaced capital: A study of aerospace plant closings
VA Ramey, MD Shapiro
Journal of political Economy 109 (5), 958-992, 2001
5212001
Consumer response to tax rebates
MD Shapiro, J Slemrod
American Economic Review 93 (1), 381-396, 2003
4892003
The dynamic demand for capital and labor
MD Shapiro
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 101 (3), 513-542, 1986
4841986
Temporary investment tax incentives: Theory with evidence from bonus depreciation
CL House, MD Shapiro
The American Economic Review 98 (3), 737-768, 2008
4422008
News or noise? An analysis of GNP revisions
NG Mankiw, MD Shapiro
Survey of Current Business 66 (5), 20-25, 1986
4131986
Do we reject too often?: Small sample properties of tests of rational expectations models
NG Mankiw, MD Shapiro
Economics Letters 20 (2), 139-145, 1986
3971986
Imputing risk tolerance from survey responses
MS Kimball, CR Sahm, MD Shapiro
Journal of the American statistical Association 103 (483), 1028-1038, 2008
3882008
Risk and return: Consumption versus market beta
NG Mankiw, MD Shapiro
Review of Economics and Statistics 68 (3), 452-459, 1986
3821986
Productivity growth in the 1990s: technology, utilization, or adjustment?
S Basu, JG Fernald, MD Shapiro
Carnegie-Rochester conference series on public policy 55 (1), 117-165, 2001
3752001
Consumer Response to the Timing of Income: Evidence from a Change in Tax Withholding
MD Shapiro, J Slemrod
American Economic Review 85 (1), 274-283, 1995
3671995
An unbiased reexamination of stock market volatility
NG Mankiw, D Romer, MD Shapiro
The Journal of Finance 40 (3), 677-687, 1985
3331985
Labor supply: Are the income and substitution effects both large or both small?
MS Kimball, MD Shapiro
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2008
3292008
Did the 2008 tax rebates stimulate spending?
MD Shapiro, J Slemrod
American Economic Review 99 (2), 374-379, 2009
3242009
Mismeasurement in the consumer price index: An evaluation
MD Shapiro, DW Wilcox
NBER macroeconomics annual 11, 93-142, 1996
3221996
Are preliminary announcements of the money stock rational forecasts?
NG Mankiw, DE Runkle, MD Shapiro
Journal of Monetary economics 14 (1), 15-27, 1984
2741984
Trends, random walks, and tests of the permanent income hypothesis
NG Mankiw, MD Shapiro
Journal of Monetary Economics 16 (2), 165-174, 1985
2501985
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