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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 media. Journal of Media Economics 5(2), 43-52. McIntyre, K. (2007). Reconciling Consumer Confidence and Permanent Income Consumption. Eastern Economic Journal, 33(2), 257-275. National Cable & Telecommunications Association. (2010) Industry Data. Retrieved from http://www.ncta.com/Statistics.aspx Park, S., & Rodrigues, A. (2000). Is Aggregate Consumer Borrowing Consistent with the Permanent Income Hypothesis?. Manchester School, 68(3), 301-320. Television Bureau of Advertising (2006). Cable and ADS penetration rates by DMA. Retrieved from http://www.tvb.org/planning_buying/4722/4729/72555 Television Bureau of Advertising (2007). Cable and ADS penetration rates by DMA. Retrieved from http://www.tvb.org/planning_buying/4722/4729/72555 Television Bureau of Advertising (2008). Cable and ADS penetration rates by DMA. Retrieved from http://www.tvb.org/planning_buying/4722/4729/72555 Television Bureau of Advertising (2009). Cable and ADS penetration rates by DMA. Retrieved from http://www.tvb.org/planning_buying/4722/4729/72555 Thurston, T. B. (1977). The Permanent Income Hypothesis and Monetary Influences on Consumption. Journal of Money, Credit & Banking (Ohio State University Press), 9(4), 586-596. United States Census Bureau (2010). New home sales and new residential construction. Retrieved from http://www.census.gov/const/www/salesvsstarts.html United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor and Statistics (2006). Unemployment rates by Metropolitan area. Retrieved from http://www.bls.gov/data/#unemployment United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor and Statistics (2007). Unemployment rates 13

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CABLE SUBSCRPITIONS
media. Journal of Media Economics 5(2), 43-52.
McIntyre, K. (2007). Reconciling Consumer Confidence and Permanent Income Consumption. 
Eastern Economic Journal, 33(2), 257-275.
National Cable & Telecommunications Association. (2010) Industry Data. Retrieved from 
http://www.ncta.com/Statistics.aspx
Park, S., & Rodrigues, A. (2000). Is Aggregate Consumer Borrowing Consistent with the 
Permanent Income Hypothesis?. Manchester School, 68(3), 301-320.
Television Bureau of Advertising (2006). Cable and ADS penetration rates by DMA. Retrieved 
from http://www.tvb.org/planning_buying/4722/4729/72555
Television Bureau of Advertising (2007). Cable and ADS penetration rates by DMA. Retrieved 
from http://www.tvb.org/planning_buying/4722/4729/72555
Television Bureau of Advertising (2008). Cable and ADS penetration rates by DMA. Retrieved 
from http://www.tvb.org/planning_buying/4722/4729/72555
Television Bureau of Advertising (2009). Cable and ADS penetration rates by DMA. Retrieved 
from http://www.tvb.org/planning_buying/4722/4729/72555
Thurston, T. B. (1977). The Permanent Income Hypothesis and Monetary Influences on 
Consumption. Journal of Money, Credit & Banking (Ohio State University Press), 9(4), 
586-596.
United States Census Bureau (2010). New home sales and new residential construction. 
Retrieved from http://www.census.gov/const/www/salesvsstarts.html
United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor and Statistics (2006). Unemployment rates 
by Metropolitan area. Retrieved from http://www.bls.gov/data/#unemployment
United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor and Statistics (2007). Unemployment rates 
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