International Real Business Cycles

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Mario J. Crucini;
  • Subject: International business cycles, current account, real exchange rates
    • jel: jel:F4 | jel:E3 | jel:A1

This paper is a non-technical review of research developments in the international real business cycle literature. International business cycle facts are summarize with particular attention to the sources of output variance from the expenditure side of the NIPA and the ... View more
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