Recent evidence on the muted inventory cycle

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Andrew J. Filardo (1995)
  • Subject: Business cycles ; Inventories

Inventories play an important role in business cycles. Inventory build-ups add momentum to the economy during expansions, while inventory liquidations sap economic strength during recessions. In addition, because inventory fluctuations are notoriously difficult to predi... View more
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