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The Rise and Rise of Cable TV: Demand elasticity of cable television during the Great Recession
Unformatted Document Text:  CABLE SUBSCRPITIONS References Brookings Institute (2010). Metro Monitor. Brookings Metropolitan Monitoring Program. Retrieved from Christ, C. (1963). Measurement in economics; Studies in mathematical economics and econometrics, by Carl F. Christ [and others]. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. DeJuan, J. P., Seater, J. J., & Wirjanto, T. S. (2004). A Direct Test of the Permanent Income Hypothesis with an Application to the U.S. States. Journal of Money, Credit & Banking (Ohio State University Press), 36(6), 1091-1103. Dupagne, Michel (1997). Beyond the principle of relative constancy: Determinants of consumer mass media expenditures in Belgium. Journal of Media Economics 10(2), 3-19. Friedman, M. (1957). A Theory of the Consumption Function. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Gross, Doug (2010). “Survey: More Americans get news from Internet than newspapers or radio,” CNN Online. Retrieved from: 01/tech/ _s=PM:TECH Gupta, R., & Ziramba, E. (2011). Is the Permanent Income Hypothesis Really Well-Suited for Forecasting? Eastern Economic Journal, 37(2), 165-177. Hoskins, C., McFadyen, S., & Finn, A. (2004). Media Economics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Izzo, Phil (2009) “Recession over in June 2009.” The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved from McCombs, M., & Nolan, J. (1992). The relative constancy approach to consumer spending for 12

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Brookings Institute (2010). Metro Monitor. Brookings Metropolitan Monitoring Program. 
Retrieved from
Christ, C. (1963). Measurement in economics; Studies in mathematical economics and 
econometrics, by Carl F. Christ [and others]. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
DeJuan, J. P., Seater, J. J., & Wirjanto, T. S. (2004). A Direct Test of the Permanent Income 
Hypothesis with an Application to the U.S. States. Journal of Money, Credit & Banking 
(Ohio State University Press), 36(6), 1091-1103.
Dupagne, Michel (1997). Beyond the principle of relative constancy: Determinants of consumer 
mass media expenditures in Belgium. Journal of Media Economics 10(2), 3-19.
Friedman, M. (1957). A Theory of the Consumption Function. Princeton: Princeton University 
Gross, Doug (2010). “Survey: More Americans get news from Internet than newspapers or 
radio,” CNN Online. Retrieved from:
Gupta, R., & Ziramba, E. (2011). Is the Permanent Income Hypothesis Really Well-Suited for 
Forecasting? Eastern Economic Journal, 37(2), 165-177.
Hoskins, C., McFadyen, S., & Finn, A. (2004). Media Economics. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage 
Publications, Inc.
Izzo, Phil (2009) “Recession over in June 2009.” The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved from
McCombs, M., & Nolan, J. (1992). The relative constancy approach to consumer spending for 

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