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Author Hauptmeier, Sebastian.
Title Projecting Potential Output [electronic resource] : Methods and Problems / by Qingwei Wang, Hans-Michael Trautwein, Andreas Schrimpf, Margit Kraus, Marcus Kappler, Friedrich Heinemann, Sebastian Hauptmeier.
Publication Info Heidelberg : Physica-Verlag HD, 2009.



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Note In spite of the widespread use of the concept of potential output in economic theory and empirical applications as well as in economic policy debates, the historical background and the assumptions inherent to this concept are rarely made transparent, let alone critically questioned. Against this background this book sets out to determine the extent to which the concept of potential output rests on clearly defined theoretical foundations and how far prevailing empirical quantification methods really provide reliable insights into potential output growth of an economy. In addition, the authors examine alternative methods for a forward-looking assessment of potential output growth.
ISBN 9783790821772
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-7908-2177-2 doi
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Author Hauptmeier, Sebastian.
Series ZEW Economic Studies, 42
ZEW Economic Studies, 1615-6781 ; 42
Subject Economics.
Endogenous growth (Economics).
Macroeconomics.
Alt author SpringerLink (Online service)
Heinemann, Friedrich.
Kappler, Marcus.
Descript online resource.
text file PDF rda
Note In spite of the widespread use of the concept of potential output in economic theory and empirical applications as well as in economic policy debates, the historical background and the assumptions inherent to this concept are rarely made transparent, let alone critically questioned. Against this background this book sets out to determine the extent to which the concept of potential output rests on clearly defined theoretical foundations and how far prevailing empirical quantification methods really provide reliable insights into potential output growth of an economy. In addition, the authors examine alternative methods for a forward-looking assessment of potential output growth.
ISBN 9783790821772
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-7908-2177-2 doi
Author Hauptmeier, Sebastian.
Series ZEW Economic Studies, 42
ZEW Economic Studies, 1615-6781 ; 42
Subject Economics.
Endogenous growth (Economics).
Macroeconomics.
Alt author SpringerLink (Online service)
Heinemann, Friedrich.
Kappler, Marcus.

Subject Economics.
Endogenous growth (Economics).
Macroeconomics.
Descript online resource.
text file PDF rda
Note In spite of the widespread use of the concept of potential output in economic theory and empirical applications as well as in economic policy debates, the historical background and the assumptions inherent to this concept are rarely made transparent, let alone critically questioned. Against this background this book sets out to determine the extent to which the concept of potential output rests on clearly defined theoretical foundations and how far prevailing empirical quantification methods really provide reliable insights into potential output growth of an economy. In addition, the authors examine alternative methods for a forward-looking assessment of potential output growth.
Alt author SpringerLink (Online service)
Heinemann, Friedrich.
Kappler, Marcus.
ISBN 9783790821772
Standard # 10.1007/978-3-7908-2177-2 doi

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