Bubbles and Total Factor Productivity
Evidence shows that asset price bubbles typically precede financial crises and financial crises are accompanied by the collapse of bubbles. In addition, stock market booms and busts are typically associated with credit market booms and busts. The recent US housing and stock markets bubbles and the subsequent Great Recession that began in late 2007 provide an example. The stock market booms in the early 1990s and the subsequent Asian financial crisis in 1997 provide ...
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