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Firm volatility and credit: a macroeconomic analysis

  • Leo Kaas
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This paper examines a tractable real business cycle model with idiosyncratic productivity shocks and binding credit constraints on entrepreneurs. The model shows how firm volatility increases in combination with credit market development. It further generates the observed comovement of credit and firm volatility with output at business cycle frequencies in response to aggregate productivity shocks.

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Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): Mar ()
Pages: 95-106

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Handle: RePEc:fip:fedlrv:y:2009:i:mar:p:95-106:n:v.91no.2
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