Demographics and Business Cycle Volatility: A Spurious Relationship? (JAE 2016)

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Article

Authors Title Journal Year Edition Pages JEL Codes Keywords
Gerdie Everaert, Hauke Vierke Demographics and Business Cycle Volatility: A Spurious Relationship? JAE 2016 7 1467–77 - -

Article information

Program code Data Readme Method(s) & estimation Data type Data used Origin of data used Software used (Version)
- - - Hodrick-Prescott filter, Fixed effects (FE), Augmented Dickey-Fuller test (ADF), Maddala and Wu (1999) (MW) panel unit root tests - unbalanced panel of G7 countries 1993–1999, Penn World Tables (PWT), (2008 revision as in origianl study, as check 2012, version 7.1), World Population Prospects, 2009, version 6.3, as in original study, as check 2012 revision, sample period unchanged (1957–2000) - -

This article is a replication of

Authors Title Journal Year Edition Pages JEL Codes Keywords Replication type Replication result [refer to replication type 1 and 2] Raw data Call into question Authors statement
Nir Jaimovich, Henry E. Siu The Young, the Old, and the Restless: Demographics and Business Cycle Volatility AER 2009 3 804-26 E32, J11 - - - - - -

References

DOI: 10.1002/jae.2519 IDEAS: - EconPapers: -


Also replicates The age distribution and business cycle volatility: International evidence (EL 2012) and Estimating the effect of the age distribution on cyclical output volatility across the United States (REStat 2012)

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