The Evolution of Income, Consumption, and Leisure Inequality in the US, 1980-2010
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Chapter in forthcoming NBER book Improving the Measurement of Consumer Expenditures, Christopher Carroll, Thomas Crossley, and John Sabelhaus, editors
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This chapter first appeared as NBER working paper w17982, The Evolution of Income, Consumption, and Leisure Inequality in The US, 1980-2010, Orazio Attanasio, Erik Hurst, Luigi Pistaferri
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