Long-run trend, Business Cycle & Short-run shocks in real GDP
AbstractGross domestic product may be considered, a combination of three processes viz., long-run trend, business cycles and short-run shocks. The series of GDP can be decomposed in to its three components by using some statistical method. Such a decomposition of real GDP of Pakistan reveals that the Pakistan’s economy has a declining growth in long-run trend since early 1980s that however, is expected to start rising in 2001-02. Pakistan is also facing a recessionary phase of third business cycle, which is expected to end in 2004-05.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 4929.
Date of creation: Sep 2001
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business cycles; growth; pakistan;
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