Most Cited Publications
The following 16 publications were the most cited in articles in Volumes 1-10 of Financial
Counseling and Planning. Seven were published in this journal. Two (Maddala and Rubin) are
books on statistics. The most cited publication, Montalto and Sung, discusses a statistical issue
important for the Survey of Consumer Finances, which is the most commonly used dataset for
articles in this journal.
|13||Montalto, C. P. & Sung, J. (1996). Multiple imputation in the 1992 Survey of Consumer Finances.
Financial Counseling and Planning, 7, 133-146.
|10|| Garman, E. T. & Forgue, R. (various editions). Personal Finance. Boston, Mass: Houghton
|9|| Ando, A. & Modigliani, F. (1963). The “life cycle” hypothesis of saving: Aggregate implications
and tests. American Economic Review, 53 (1), 55-84.
|9|| Hanna, S., Fan, J. X & Chang, Y. R. (1995). Optimal life cycle savings. Financial Counseling and
Planning, 6, 1-15.
|9|| Ibbotson Associates (various editions). Stocks, Bonds, Bill, and Inflation Yearbook. Chicago:
|9|| Sung, J. & Hanna, S. (1996). Factors related to risk tolerance. Financial Counseling and
Planning, 7, 11-20.
|8|| Prather, C. G. (1990). The ratio analysis technique applied to personal financial statements:
Development of household norms. Financial Counseling and Planning, 1, 53-69.
|7|| Titus, P. M., Fanslow, A. M. & Hira, T. K. (1989). Net worth and financial satisfaction as a
function of household money managers competencies. Home Economics Research Journal, 17,
|7|| Rubin, D. B. (1987). Multiple imputation for nonresponse in surveys. New York: John Wiley &
|6|| Bajtelsmit, V. L. & Bernasek, A. (1996). Why do women invest differently than men? Financial
Counseling and Planning, 7, 1-10.
|6|| Maddala, G. S. (1992). Introduction to econometrics (2nd ed.). New York: Macmillan Publishing
|6||Rettig, K. D. & Mortenson, M. (1986). Household production of financial management
competencies. In R. Deacon & W. Huffman (Eds.), Human Resources Research 1887-1987 (pp.
137-145). Ames, IA: Iowa State University.
|6|| Schnittgrund, K. P. & Baker, G. (1983). Financial management of low-income urban families.
Journal of Consumer Studies and Home Economics, 7, 261-270.
|5|| Hanna, S. & Chen, P. (1996). Efficient portfolios for saving for college. Financial Counseling and
Planning, 7, 115-122.
|5|| Mullis, R. J. & Schnittgrund, K.P. (1982). Budget behavior, Variance over the life cycle of low
income families. Journal of Consumer Studies and Home Economics, 6, 113-120.
|5|| Porter, N. M. & Garman, E. T. (1993). Testing a conceptual model of financial well-being.
Financial Counseling and Planning, 4, 135-164.