Federica Teppa

De Nederlandsche Bank

PO Box 98

1000 AB Amsterdam

Amsterdam, 1000 AB

Netherlands

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Macro and Micro Drivers of House Price Dynamics: An Application to Dutch Data

Number of pages: 38 Posted: 09 Jun 2011
Gabriele Galati, Federica Teppa and Rob J. M. Alessie
De Nederlandsche Bank, De Nederlandsche Bank and University of Groningen
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Macro and Micro Drivers of House Price Dynamics: An Application to Dutch Data

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 288
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 29 Oct 2011
Gabriele Galati, Federica Teppa and Rob J. M. Alessie
De Nederlandsche Bank, De Nederlandsche Bank and University of Groningen
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House prices, survey data, panel analysis

Household Saving Behaviour and Credit Constraints in the Euro Area

ECB Working Paper No. 1790
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 23 Jun 2015
Joint Research Centre, Italy, Banque Centrale du Luxembourg, De Nederlandsche Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank and Banque centrale du Luxembourg
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Household Finance and Consumption; life cycle saving; survey data

Household Saving Behaviour and Credit Constraints in the Euro Area

Netspar Discussion Paper No. 02/2014-081
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 07 Mar 2015
De Nederlandsche Bank, Banque Centrale du Luxembourg, Banque centrale du Luxembourg, Joint Research Centre, Italy and Deutsche Bundesbank
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Household finance and consumption, life cycle saving, survey data

Household Saving Behaviour and Credit Constraints in the Euro Area

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 428
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 08 Jul 2014
Joint Research Centre, Italy, Banque Centrale du Luxembourg, De Nederlandsche Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank and Banque centrale du Luxembourg
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Household Finance and Consumption, Life Cycle Saving, Survey Data

Family, Friends and Framing: A Cross-Country Study of Subjective Survival Expectations

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 491
Number of pages: 40 Posted: 04 Jan 2016
Federica Teppa, Susan Thorp and Hazel Bateman
De Nederlandsche Bank, The University of Sydney Business School and UNSW Sydney, CEPAR
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Longevity Risk, Framing effect, Survey Data, Hypothetical Choices

Family, Friends and Framing: A Cross-Country Study of Subjective Survival Expectations

UNSW Business School Research Paper No. 2015ACTL19
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 31 Oct 2015 Last Revised: 02 Nov 2015
Federica Teppa, Susan Thorp and Hazel Bateman
De Nederlandsche Bank, The University of Sydney Business School and UNSW Sydney, CEPAR
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Longevity Risk, Framing efect, Survey Data, Hypothetical Choices

Family, Friends and Framing: A Cross-Country Study of Subjective Survival Expectations

Netspar Discussion Paper No. 10/2015-076
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 19 Mar 2016
Federica Teppa, Susan Thorp and Hazel Bateman
De Nederlandsche Bank, The University of Sydney Business School and UNSW Sydney, CEPAR
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Longevity Risk, Framing effect, Survey Data, Hypothetical Choices

Is Information Overrated? Evidence from the Pension Domain

Netspar Discussion Paper No. 12/2012-050
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 11 Jan 2013
Henriette Prast, Federica Teppa and Anouk Smits
Tilburg University, De Nederlandsche Bank and Tilburg University
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Is Information Overrated? Evidence from the Pension Domain

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 360
Number of pages: 42 Posted: 10 Dec 2012
Henriette Prast, Federica Teppa and Anouk Smits
Tilburg University, De Nederlandsche Bank and Tilburg University
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Heterogeneity in House Price Dynamics

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 371
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 28 Feb 2013
Gabriele Galati, Federica Teppa and Rob J. M. Alessie
De Nederlandsche Bank, De Nederlandsche Bank and University of Groningen
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housing market dynamics, house prices, heterogeneity, survey data, panel analysis

Heterogeneity in House Price Dynamics

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 564
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 08 Aug 2017
Gabriele Galati and Federica Teppa
De Nederlandsche Bank and De Nederlandsche Bank
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Housing Market Dynamics, House Prices, Heterogeneity, Survey Data, Panel Analysis

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Are Retirement Decisions Vulnerable to Framing Effects? Empirical Evidence from NL and the US

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 366
Number of pages: 50 Posted: 10 Jan 2013
Federica Teppa and Maarten van Rooij
De Nederlandsche Bank and De Nederlandsche Bank
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Framing effects, Individual decision making, Retirement behavior and pensions

Can the Longevity Risk Alleviate the Annuitization Puzzle? Empirical Evidence from Dutch Data

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 302
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 31 Oct 2011
Federica Teppa
De Nederlandsche Bank
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Longevity Risk, Annuitization Puzzle, Survey Data, Hypothetical Choices

Can the Longevity Risk Alleviate the Annuitization Puzzle? Empirical Evidence from Dutch Data

Netspar Discussion Paper No. 09/2011-075
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 24 Sep 2011
Federica Teppa
De Nederlandsche Bank
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longevity risk, annuitization puzzle, survey data, hypothetical choices

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Measuring Expectations of Inflation: Effects of Survey Mode, Wording, and Opportunities to Revise

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 506
Number of pages: 49 Posted: 13 Mar 2016
Carnegie Mellon University, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, De Nederlandsche Bank, De Nederlandsche Bank and CentERdata
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Consumer surveys, inflation expectations, question wording, mode effects

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Consumption Behaviour and Financial Crisis in the Netherlands

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 453
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 20 Dec 2014
Federica Teppa
De Nederlandsche Bank
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Marginal propensities to consume, consumption behavior, survey data

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Demand and Supply of Mortgage Credit

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 486
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 19 Nov 2015
Alex Van de Minne and Federica Teppa
University of Connecticut - Department of Finance and De Nederlandsche Bank
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house prices, mortgage credit, credit conditions

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Individual Inflation Expectations in a Declining-Inflation Environment: Evidence from Survey Data

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 508
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 06 Apr 2016
Malka de Castro Campos and Federica Teppa
De Nederlandsche Bank and De Nederlandsche Bank
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Inflation Risk, Survey Data, Subjective expectations

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The Power of Percentage: Quantitative Framing of Pension Income

De Nederlandsche Bank Working Paper No. 578
Number of pages: 35 Posted: 13 Dec 2017
Henriette Prast and Federica Teppa
Tilburg University and De Nederlandsche Bank
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framing effects, pension income, perceived adequacy

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The Power of Percentage: Quantitative Framing of Pension Income

CentER Discussion Paper Series No. 2017-048
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 08 Dec 2017 Last Revised: 16 Jan 2018
Henriette M. Prast and Federica Teppa
Tiburg University and De Nederlandsche Bank
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framing effects, pension income, perceived adequacy