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Friedman's Plucking Model of Business Fluctuations : Tests and Estimates of Permanent and Transitory Components

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  1. Camacho, Maximo, 2011. "Markov-switching models and the unit root hypothesis in real US GDP," Economics Letters, Elsevier, vol. 112(2), pages 161-164, August.
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