This list contains references from the content that can be linked to their source. For a full set of references and notes please see the PDF or HTML where available.
J. Banks and P. Johnson (1994) Equivalence scale relativities revisited. The Economic Journal, 104(425): 883–890.
J. Berkovec and D. Fullerton (1992) A general equilibrium model of housing, taxes, and portfolio choice. The Journal of Political Economy, 100(2): 390–429.
J. Y. Campbell and J. F. Cocco (2003) Household risk management and optimal mortgage choice, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 118(4): 1449–1494.
J. Campbell , J. Cocco , F. Gomes and P. Maenhout (2001) Investing retirement wealth: a life-cycle model. In John Y. Campbell and Feldstein Martin (eds), Risk Aspects of Investment-Based Social Security Reform. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
J. Cocco (2005) Portfolio choice in the presence of housing. Review of Financial Studies, 18(2): 535–567.
M. De Nardi , S. Imrohoroglu , and T. Sargent (1999) Projected US demographics and social security. Review of Economic Dynamics, 2(3): 575–615.
C. Y. Horioka (2001) Are the Japanese selfish, dynastic or altruistic? Japanese Economic Review, 53(1): 26–54.
A. Imrohoroglu , S. Imrohoroglu , and D. Joines (1995) A life cycle analysis of social security. Economic Theory, 6: 83–114.
L. Kotlikoff , K. Smetters , and J. Walliser (1999) Privatizing social security in the United States – comparing the options. Review of Economic Dynamics, 2: 532–574.
L. Kotlikoff and L. Summers (1981) The role of intergenerational transfers in aggregate capital accumulation. Journal of Political Economy, 89(4): 706–732.
H. N. Lustig and S. G. Van Nieuwerburgh (2005) Housing collateral, consumption insurance, and risk premia: an empirical perspective. Journal of Finance, 60(3): 1167–1219.
M. Iacoviello (2005) House Prices, Borrowing Constraints, and Monetary Policy in the Business Cycle. The American Economic Review, 95(3): 739–764.
L. D. McClements (1977) Equivalence scales for children. Journal of Public Economics, 8(2): 191–210.
D. K. Miles (1997) A household level study of the determinants of income and consumption. The Economic Journal, 107(440): 1–25.
D. K. Miles and A. Černý (2006) Risk, return and portfolio allocation under alternative pension systems with incomplete and imperfect financial markets. The Economic Journal, 116(2): 529–557.
K. Storesletten , C. Telmer , and A. Yaron (1999) The risk sharing implications of alternative social security arrangements. Carnegie Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy, 50: 213–259.
R. Yao and H. H. Zhang (2005) Optimal consumption and portfolio choices with risky housing and borrowing constraints. Review of Financial Studies, 18(1): 197–239.