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Hamish Low
Hamish Low
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Wage Risk and Employment Risk Over the Life-Cycle
H Low, C Meghir, L Pistaferri
American Economic Review 100 (4), 1432-1467, 2010
5842010
Explaining changes in female labor supply in a life-cycle model
O Attanasio, H Low, V Sanchez-Marcos
The American Economic Review 98 (4), 1517-1552, 2008
5842008
Disability insurance and the dynamics of the incentive insurance trade-off
H Low, L Pistaferri
American Economic Review 105 (10), 2986-3029, 2015
318*2015
Estimating Euler Equations
OP Attanasio, H Low
Review of Economic Dynamics 7, 406-435, 2004
2752004
Self-insurance in a life-cycle model of labour supply and savings
HW Low
Review of Economic Dynamics 8 (4), 945-975, 2005
273*2005
Female labor supply as insurance against idiosyncratic risk
O Attanasio, H Low, V Sánchez-Marcos
Journal of the European Economic Association 3 (2-3), 755-764, 2005
2102005
The heterogeneous and regressive consequences of COVID-19: Evidence from high quality panel data
TF Crossley, P Fisher, H Low
Journal of public economics 193, 104334, 2021
1982021
Modelling the demand for housing over the life cycle
OP Attanasio, R Bottazzi, HW Low, L Nesheim, M Wakefield
Review of Economic Dynamics 15 (1), 1-18, 2012
1432012
Marriage, labor supply and the dynamics of the social safety net
H Low, C Meghir, L Pistaferri, A Voena
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
1172018
Aggregating elasticities: intensive and extensive margins of women's labor supply
O Attanasio, P Levell, H Low, V Sánchez‐Marcos
Econometrica 86 (6), 2049-2082, 2018
116*2018
The use of structural models in econometrics
H Low, C Meghir
Journal of Economic Perspectives 31 (2), 33-58, 2017
1092017
The economics of a temporary VAT cut
TF Crossley, H Low, M Wakefield
Fiscal studies 30 (1), 3-16, 2009
1002009
Decomposing changes in income risk using consumption data
R Blundell, H Low, I Preston
Quantitative Economics 4 (1), 1-37, 2013
92*2013
Household consumption through recent recessions
TF Crossley, H Low, C O'Dea
Fiscal Studies 34 (2), 203-229, 2013
842013
Absolute zero: delivering the UK's climate change commitment with incremental changes to today's technologies
M Ward, JM Allwood, J Azevedo, C Cleaver, J Cullen, C Dunant, T Fellin, ...
University of Cambridge, 2019
81*2019
The idiosyncratic impact of an aggregate shock: the distributional consequences of COVID-19
M Benzeval, J Burton, TF Crossley, P Fisher, A Jäckle, H Low, B Read
Available at SSRN 3615691, 2020
802020
Is the elasticity of intertemporal substitution constant?
TF Crossley, HW Low
Journal of the European Economic Association 9 (1), 87-105, 2011
632011
Optimal taxation, prudence and risk-sharing
H Low, D Maldoom
Journal of Public Economics 88 (3-4), 443-464, 2004
60*2004
Using a temporary indirect tax cut as a fiscal stimulus: evidence from the UK
TF Crossley, HW Low, C Sleeman
IFS Working Papers, 2014
572014
Patterns of financial wealth-holding in the United Kingdom
J Banks, A Dilnot, H Low
New Inequalities: An Inquiry Into the Link Between Income and Wealth, 1996
50*1996
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