Work in Progress

- “Evolutionary Dynamics of Consumption in an Overlapping Generations Model”
- “Reforming Estate Taxation by Reversing the Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax” with Scott Findley
- "Thermodynamic Entropy and Growth"
- "Integenerational Bargaining and Inter Vivos Transfers" with Geng Li
- "Optimal Decumulation of Wealth in General Equilibrium"
- "Heterogeneous Borrowing Costs and the Consumption Hump" with Nick L. Guo
- “Give it or Leave it: A Longitudinal Study of Inter Vivos Transfers and Bequests” with Sheng Guo, and Geng Li

- “Precautionary Saving Unfettered”
- "Optimal Income-Tax Progressivity in an Overlapping-Generations Model" with Shantanu Bagchi
- "Can High Discount Rates Increase Capital Accumulation?" with Emin Gahramanov and Xueli Tang
- "Transition Dynamics of a Mass Deportation"
- "Taxes, Imperfect Capital Markets, and Illegal Immigration" (previously titled "Taxes and Remittances")
- "A Nonparametric Formula Relating the Elasticity of a Factor Demand to the Elasticity of Substitution”
- "Capital in a Segregated Economy"
- "Taxing Capitalists"

- Bagchi, Shantanu and James A. Feigenbaum, (2020), "Annuity Markets and Capital Accumulation,"
*B**. E. Journal of Theoretical Economics*20180055. - Feigenbaum, James A., (2019), "A Nonparametric Formula Relating the Elasticity of a Factor Demand to the

Elasticity of Substitution,"*Theoretical Economics Letters*9: 240-246. - Dave, Chetan and James Feigenbaum, (2018), "Precautionary Learning and Inflationary Biases," Forthcoming in
*Macroeconomic Dynamics*. - Park, Hyeon and James Feigenbaum, (2017), "Bounded Rationality, Lifecycle Consumption, and Social Security"
*Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization*146: 65-105. - Feigenbaum, James A., (2016), "Equivalent Representations of Non-Exponential Discounting Models,"
*Journal of Mathematical Economics*66: 58-71. - Feigenbaum, James A. and T. Scott Findley, (2015), "Quasi-Hyperbolic Discounting and Delayed Retirement,"
*Theoretical Economics Letters*5: 325-331. doi: 10.4236/tel.2015.52038 - Feigenbaum, James A. and Geng Li, (2015), "Household Income Uncertainties over Three Decades: We Do Not See a Great Moderation Here,"
*Oxford Economic Papers*doi: 10.1093/oep/gpv007. - Bagchi, Shantanu and James A. Feigenbaum, (2014), “Is Smoking a Fiscal Good?”
*Review of Economic Dynamics*17: 170-190. - Feigenbaum, James A., Emin Gahramanov, and Xueli Tang, (2013), “Is It Really Good to Annuitize?” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 93: 116-140.
- Findley, T. Scott and James A. Feigenbaum, (2013), "Quasi-Hyperbolic Discounting and the Existence of Time-Inconsistent Retirement,"
*Theoretical Economics Letters*3: 119-123. doi: 10.4236/tel.2013.32019. - Feigenbaum, James A. and Geng Li, (2012), “Lifecycle Dynamics of Income Uncertainty and Consumption”
*Advances in Macroeconomics*12(1). - Feigenbaum, James A., (2011), "Precautionary Saving or Denied Dissaving,"
*Economic Modelling*28: 1559-1572. - Feigenbaum, James A., Frank N. Caliendo, and Emin Gahramanov, (2011), "Optimal Irrational Behavior,"
*Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization*77: 286-304. - Feigenbaum, James A. and Frank N. Caliendo, (2010), “Optimal Irrational Behavior in Continuous Time,”
*Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control*34: 1907-1922. - Feigenbaum, James A., (2008), “Information Shocks and Precautionary Saving,”
*Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control*32: 3917-3938.

Technical Appendix - Feigenbaum, James A., (2008), “Can Mortality Risk Explain the Consumption Hump?”
*Journal of*30: 844-872.

Macroeconomics - Bullard, James and James A. Feigenbaum, (2007), “A Leisurely Reading of Lifecycle Consumption Data,”
*Journal of Monetary Economics*54: 2305-2320. - Feigenbaum, James A., (2005), “Second, Third, and Higher-Order Consumption Functions: A Precautionary Tale,”
*Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control*29: 1385-1425.

- Chang, George and Feigenbaum, James, (2008), “Detecting Log-Periodicity in a Regime-Switching Model of Stock Returns,”
*Quantitative Finance*8: 723-738. - Chang, George and Feigenbaum, James, (2006), “A Bayesian Analysis of Log-Periodic Precursors to Financial Crashes,”
*Quantitative Finance*6: 15-36. - Feigenbaum, James A., (2003), “Financial Physics,”
*Reports on Progress in Physics*66: 1611-1649. (invited review article) - Feigenbaum, James A., (2001), “More on A Statistical Analysis of Log-Periodic Precursors to Financial

Crashes,”*Quantitative Finance*1: 527-532. - Feigenbaum, James A., (2001), “A Statistical Analysis of Log-Periodic Precursors to Financial Crashes,”
*Quantitative Finance*1: 346-360. - Feigenbaum, J. and P.G.O. Freund, (1998), “Discrete Scale Invariance and the ‘Second Black Monday’,”
*Modern Physics Letters B*12: 57. - Feigenbaum, J. A. and P.G.O. Freund, (1996), “Discrete Scale Invariance in Stock Markets before Crashes,”
*International Journal of Modern Physics B*10: 3737.

- Feigenbaum, J. A., (1998), “Born-Regulated Gravity in Four Dimensions,”
*Physical Review D*58. - Feigenbaum, J., P.G.O. Freund, and M. Pigli, (1998), “Gravitational Analogues of Non-Linear Born

Electrodynamics,”*Physical Review D*57: 4738. - Feigenbaum, J., P.G.O. Freund, and M. Pigli, (1997), “T-Duality Considerations for Hadronic Strings,”
*Physical Review D*56: 2590. - Feigenbaum, J., P.G.O. Freund, and M. Pigli, (1997), “High Energy Hadronic Total Cross-Sections,”
*Physical Review D*56: 2596. - Feigenbaum, J., and P.G.O. Freund, (1995), “A q-deformation of the Coulomb Problem,”
*Journal of Mathematical Physics*37: 1602. - Feigenbaum, J., (1991), “Study of Toponium Production Including the Effects of Higgs Exchange,”
*Physical Review D*43: 264.

- Chapters in
*Instructor’s Solutions Manual: A Modern Introduction to Mechanics*by Jonathan F. Reichert, (1991), (Prentice-Hall: Englewood Cliffs, NJ)