Mark Huggett

Georgetown University - Department of Economics

Washington, DC 20057

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

9

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436

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37

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126

Scholarly Papers (9)

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The Money Value of a Man

PIER Working Paper No. 12-014
Number of pages: 56 Posted: 09 Apr 2012
Mark Huggett and Greg Kaplan
Georgetown University - Department of Economics and University of Pennsylvania
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Value of Human Capital, Return on Human Capital, Asset Pricing, Idiosyncratic and Aggregate Risk

The Money Value of a Man

NBER Working Paper No. w18066
Number of pages: 60 Posted: 12 May 2012 Last Revised: 14 May 2021
Mark Huggett and Greg Kaplan
Georgetown University - Department of Economics and University of Pennsylvania
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Quantifying the Inefficiency of the Us Social Insurance System

Number of pages: 46 Posted: 12 Oct 2005
Mark Huggett and Juan Carlos Parra
Georgetown University - Department of Economics and The World Bank
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social security, idiosyncratic shocks, efficient allocations, private information

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Top Earners: Cross-Country Facts

Review, Vol. 100, Issue 3, pp. 237-57, 2018
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 20 Jul 2018 Last Revised: 19 Mar 2020
Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Copenhagen Business School, Georgetown University - Department of Economics and Stockholm University - Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI)
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Sources of Lifetime Inequality

NBER Working Paper No. w13224
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 03 Jul 2007 Last Revised: 19 Feb 2021
Mark Huggett, Gustavo Jaime Ventura and Amir Yaron
Georgetown University - Department of Economics, Pennsylvania State University, College of the Liberal Arts - Department of Economic and University of Pennsylvania -- Wharton School of Business
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The Sufficient Statistic Approach: Predicting the Top of the Laffer Curve

FRB St. Louis Working Paper No. 2015-38
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 11 Nov 2015 Last Revised: 03 Jan 2019
Alejandro Badel and Mark Huggett
Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and Georgetown University - Department of Economics
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Sufficient Statistic, Laffer Curve, Marginal Tax Rate, Elasticity

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Human Capital and Earnings Distribution Dynamics

NBER Working Paper No. w9366
Number of pages: 39 Posted: 06 Dec 2002 Last Revised: 04 Feb 2021
Mark Huggett, Gustavo Jaime Ventura and Amir Yaron
Georgetown University - Department of Economics, Pennsylvania State University, College of the Liberal Arts - Department of Economic and University of Pennsylvania -- Wharton School of Business
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Interpreting Life-Cycle Inequality Patterns as an Efficient Allocation: Mission Impossible?

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Working Paper No. 2010-046C
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 30 Oct 2010 Last Revised: 24 Jul 2014
Alejandro Badel and Mark Huggett
Federal Reserve Banks - Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and Georgetown University - Department of Economics
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Life Cycle, Inequality, Efficient Allocation, Preference Shocks

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How Large is the Stock Component of Human Capital?

NBER Working Paper No. w21238
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 08 Jun 2015
Mark Huggett and Greg Kaplan
Georgetown University - Department of Economics and Princeton University - Department of Economics
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Understanding Why High Income Households Save More than Low Income Households

Posted: 23 Sep 2001
Mark Huggett and Gustavo Jaime Ventura
Georgetown University - Department of Economics and Pennsylvania State University, College of the Liberal Arts - Department of Economic

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