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Non-linear dynamics, spillovers and growth in the G7 economies

Lucio Sarno

Non-linear dynamics, spillovers and growth in the G7 economies

an empirical investigation.

by Lucio Sarno

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Published by Centre for Economic Policy Research .
Written in English


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SeriesDiscussion paper series -- no 2537
ContributionsCentre for Economic Policy Research.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21866354M

The economic case for growth-indexed bonds is clear. By indexing interest payments to growth, they limit the increase in the debt ratio in bad times, thus decreasing the probability that the debt becomes unsustainable. As a result, they reduce the default risk premium, further improving the distribution of the debt ratio. However, as interest payments become more volatile, growth-indexed bonds. Economic growth, volatility, and cross-country spillovers: new evidence for the G7 countries. Economic Modelling 52 (PartB), Stockhammer, Engelbert-Richard, Durand, Cédric, List, Ludwig. European growth models and working class restructuring: An International post-Keynesian Political Economy perspective.

This paper analyzes the so-called “ripple” effect of house prices in five major metropolitan areas of South Africa, namely, Cape Town, Durban Unicity, Greater Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth/Uitenhage and Pretoria, based on available quarterly data covering the period of Q1 to Q1. onto other economies and trigger an asymmetric response of real activity depending on the stance of the business cycle. Hence, evidence in favor of the economic policy uncertainty spillovers channel documented in the previous Section is not con–ned to a small-open economy like Canada that is linked to the US by an intense trading activity.

a Universidad del Valle, FEDESARROLLO and Senior Econometrician at the Department of Macroeconomic Models, at Banco de la República (Central Bank of Colombia), respectively. The authors specially thank Deborah Gefang (Department of Economics, University of Leicester, UK) for making her MATLAB codes available, which were adjusted and augmented according to the authors’ aims and Author: Alejandro López-Vera, Andrés D. Pinchao-Rosero, Norberto Rodríguez-Niño. Laura Alfaro is the Warren Alpert Professor of Business Administration. At Harvard Business School since , she is also a Faculty Research Associate in the National Bureau of Economic Research's International Finance and Macroeconomics Program and the International Trade and Investment Program, member of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) Economic Advisory Board, the Latin .


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Non-linear dynamics, spillovers and growth in the G7 economies by Lucio Sarno Download PDF EPUB FB2

Downloadable. This paper proposes an empirical growth model which is consistent with a stochastic steady‐state labour productivity level varying over time and across countries, where the disequilibrium mechanism leading to long‐run equilibrium follows spillovers and growth in the G7 economies book nonlinear equilibrium correction model.

Using data for the G7 economies during the postwar period sincethe empirical analysis Cited by: 9. The book illuminates the technological trajectory so often ignored by economists, but which underlies Schumpeter's "clusters" of innovations, and the emphasis on trunk innovations and analysis of their role is of particular interest.' â " Christopher Freeman, SPRU â " Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Sussex, UK and Cited by:.

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innovations in the GDP of all the G7 economies does never result in a negative impact on the GDP growth of the G7 partners. This means that expectations in G7 countries are positively correlated. Second, the countries that generate largest spillovers after positive surprises in the national GDP growth rates are US and UK.

An IMF working paper finds: “This paper assesses spillovers from fiscal consolidations in 10 euro area countries using an innovative empirical methodology. The analysis lends support to the existence of fiscal spillovers, with fiscal consolidation in one country reducing not only the domestic output but also the output of other member states.

Recursive Models of Dynamic Linear Economies Lars Hansen University of Chicago Thomas J. Sargent New York University and Hoover Institution c Lars Peter. The CO2–growth nexus revisited: A nonparametric analysis for the G7 economies over nearly two centuries Article (PDF Available) in Energy Economics May with Reads.

A Monotonic Dynamics A Local Stability (Dimension One) A Linear Dynamics in the Plane A Local Stability of Non-linear Dynamics (Dimension 2) A Bifurcations of Monotonic Dynamics A.4 Dynamic Optimization A The Value Function A Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Optimality Boldrin and Montrucchio (b) discuss the possibility of chaotic optimal dynamics for values of p up to ρ = ; see also Boldrin and Deneckere (), which focuses on topological chaos.

As is well-known, topological chaos is a weaker form of chaotic dynamics (see Section 3 Cited by: The analytical solution of balanced growth of non-linear dynamic multi-sector economic model Article in Economic Modelling 28() March with 19 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Lucio Sarno, "Nonlinear Dynamics, Spillovers and Growth in the G7 Economies: An Empirical Investigation," Economica, London School of Economics and. Mehrara () analyzed the relationship between oil price and economic growth for oil-exporting economies. The empirical evidence reported that the relationship between oil price and GDP is non-linear and asymmetric.

Farzanegan and Markwardt () investigated the relationship between oil price and macroeconomic variables for Iran. Their Cited by: Some of the main findings of the book include: Cross-border financial spill-overs are particularly important, not only during the crises but more generally, in transmitting financial and real shocks across the different regions.

US credit supply shocks are found to have strong effects on a range of real and financial variables not only in the US, but also in many other economies. The phrase `complex dynamics' refers to any behavior more complex than that corresponding to quasi-periodic orbits.

/91/$ Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North-Holland) S. Inuernizzi and A. Medio, Lags in economic dynamic models results in the field of non-linear dynamics, and more specifically those broadly labelled as Cited by:   From HumanProgress by Marian L.

Tupy: “Earlier this year, the Groningen Growth and Development Centre released a new edition of its Maddison Project Database, which provides information on global growth and income levels over the long run.

The version of the data, first compiled by the late University of Groningen economics professor Angus Maddison, covers. A neat exposition of the basic aim of the book can be found in the very first page of the Preface: "The way toward more effective quantitative policy analysis is through the use of computational, stochastic non-linear (emphasis added) dynamic general equilibrium models.

This study shows how such models may be made accessible and operational for. This book focuses on structural changes and economic modeling. It presents papers describing how to model structural changes, as well as those introducing improvements to the existing before-structural-changes models, making it easier to later on combine these.

Keynesian government spending multipliers and spillovers in the euro area Tobias Cwik. Volker Wieland, Keynesian government spending multipliers and spillovers in the euro area, Economic Policy, Vol Is 1 Julythe model of the G7 economies by Taylor () and the ECB’s area-wide model of by: Under the background of global economic integration, the technology spillover effect is playing a more and more important role in the technological progress of developing countries.

In this circumstance, this paper conducted an in-depth analysis on the year spatial-temporal evolution of the international technology spillover effect and its driving determinants in China during the period of Cited by: 1.

The empirical model is estimated for the G7 economies and for some non-G7 European countries, using core variables of the real business cycle as well as a set of financial variables. The sample period is the first quarter of to the fourth quarter of Author: Matteo Ciccarelli.

Abstract. This paper considers a New Keynesian DSGE model with Epstein-Zin-Weil preferences combined with real and nominal long-run risk. The model is solved up to third order and estimated on US data using the year nominal yield curve, two Cited by: Global nancial spillovers: A non-linear assessment of the uncertainty channel1 Bertrand Candelon (Institut Louis Bachelier) Laurent Ferrara (Banque de France) Marc Jo ets (Banque de France) Emerging Markets Workshop Madrid / November1 The views expressed here are those of the authors and do not necessarily re ect those of the.We investigate the effect of structural transformation on the process of economic growth.

Using a two-sector growth model we show that, in addition to Baumol’s cost disease, structural transformation from goods to services generates other predictions that are in line with cross-country growth facts: an increase in the real investment rate, a decline in the real interest rate and the marginal.