The Relationships between Permanent and Transitory Movements in U.S. Output and the Unemployment Rate
AbstractThis paper estimates the permanent and transitory movements in U.S. output and the unemployment rate and the relationships between them. The results suggest that permanent movements in U.S. output and the unemployment rate are important for explaining overall fluctuations. Further, the correlation between changes in these series arises in large part due to the relationship between their permanent components. Copyright (c) 2009 The Ohio State University.
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