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Stochastic trends and the business cycle in the UK

C. L. F. Attfield

Stochastic trends and the business cycle in the UK

by C. L. F. Attfield

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Published by Bristol University, Department of Economics in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementC. L. F. Attfield , D. Demery and N. W. Duck.
SeriesEconomic discussion paper series / Bristol University, Department of Economics -- no.337, Economic discussion paper (Bristol University, Department of Economics) -- no.337.
ContributionsDemery, D., Duck, N. W.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13971410M

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‘Understanding business cycle fluctuations in market economies has long been a central concern of economics. The study of long term trends and business cycles and the extent to which they can be usefully separated has absorbed the energies of our best statisticians, econometricians and economists for at least the last years.

Stochastic Trends and Economic Fluctuations By ROBERT G. KING, CHARLES I. PLOSSER, JAMES H. STOCK, AND MARK W. WATSON* Are business cycles mainly the result of permanent shocks to productivity. This paper uses a long-run restriction implied by a large class of real-business-cycle.

Abstract. In the absence of any trend component, the observed series y t would be completely characterised by the cycle (since y t = α + ɛ t) and thus, in general, could be represented by an ARMA model of the form ().

The observed series would thus be stationary. We now consider modelling time series that contain stochastic trend components and which are therefore generally referred to Author: Terence C.

Mills. `Understanding business cycle fluctuations in market economies has long been a central concern of economics. The study of long term trends and business cycles and the extent to which they can be usefully separated has absorbed the energies of our best statisticians, econometricians and economists for at least the last years.

Common Stochastic Trends, Common Cycles, and Asymmetry in Economic Fluctuations Article in Journal of Monetary Economics 49(6) · February with 81. Stochastic Trends and Economic Fluctuations Robert G. King, Charles I. Plosser, James H. Stock, Mark W. Watson. NBER Working Paper No.

(Also Reprint No. r) Issued in April NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth Program Recent developments in macroeconomic theory emphasize that transient economic fluctuations can arise as responses to changes in long run factors.

Downloadable. This study examines the relationship between specifications for long-run output patterns and specifications for business cycle dynamics. In an application to US GDP, it is found that inferences about the nature of the trend in output are not robust to changes in the specification for short-run fluctuations.

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This paper investigates whether it is possible to entertain simultaneously two attractive views about US GDP. Common stochastic trends, cycles and sectoral fluctuations: a study of output in the UK \ Anthony Garratt (Bank of England) and Richard G.

Pierse (University of Surrey) February (revised May ) Abstract Two alternative methodologies are compared for identifying common trends and cycles in. Higgins (), `Interactions of Cycles and Trends'PART VI MODERN BUSINESS CYCLE THEORIES Victor Zarnowitz (), `Recent Work on Business Cycles in Historical Perspective: A Review of Theories and Evidence' William D.

Nordhaus (), `The Political Business Cycle' A stochastic oscillator is a popular technical indicator for generating overbought and oversold signals. It was developed in the s and is still in wide use to this day.

This paper investigates the nature of U.S. business cycle asymmetry using a dynamic factor model of output, investment, and consumption. We identify a common stochastic trend and common transitory component by embedding the permanent income hypothesis within a simple growth model.

Markov-switching in each component captures two types of asymmetry. This entertaining book describes the global history of economic fluctuations and business cycle theory over more than years.

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Hopefully with solved exercises and problems too! Anyone.The properties of the models and the methodological techniques used to select them are illustrated with various applications. These range from the modellling of trends and cycles in US macroeconomic time series to to an evaluation of the effects of seat belt legislation in the UK.

(source: Nielsen Book Data).Nov 02,  · The stochastic, dynamic, general-equilibrium model has two productivity processes-a transitory shock around the trend growth rate of productivity and a stochastic trend growth rate.

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