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Exposure to Daily Price Changes and Inflation Expectations

Francesco D’Acunto, Ulrike Malmendier, Juan Ospina, Michael Weber

NBER Working Paper No. 26237
Issued in September 2019

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We thank Klaus Adam, Sumit Agarwal, George-Marios Angeletos, Rudi Bachmann, Olivier Coibion, Stefano Eusepi, Andreas Fuster, Nicola Gennaioli, Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Theresa Kuchler, Emanuel Moench, Ricardo Perez-Truglia, Chris Roth, Eric Sims, Johannes Stroebel, David Thesmar, Giorgio Topa, Laura Veldkamp, Nate Vellekoop, Mirko Wiederholt, Johannes Wohlfart, Basit Zafar, and conference and seminar participants at the 2017 AEA, the ECB Conference on “Understanding inflation: lessons from the past, lessons for the future,” the Ifo Conference on Macro and Survey Data, the 2019 SITE workshop, the Cleveland Fed Conference on Inflation for valuable comments, and the University of Chicago. We also thank Shannon Hazlett and Victoria Stevens at Nielsen for their assistance with the collection of the PanelViews Survey. We gratefully acknowledge financial support from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and the Fama–Miller Center to run our surveys. Researchers’ own analyses calculated (or derived) based in part on data from The Nielsen Company (US), LLC and marketing databases provided by the Kilts Center for Marketing Data Center at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. The conclusions drawn from the Nielsen data are those of the researchers and do not reflect the views of Nielsen, nor of the National Bureau of Economic Research. Nielsen is not responsible for, had no role in, and was not involved in analyzing and preparing the results reported herein. An earlier version of this paper has circulated with the title “Salient Price Changes, Inflation Expectations, and Household Behavior.”

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