The income cycles that have been experienced by six OECD countries over the past 24 yearsare analysed. The amplitude of the cycles relative to the level of aggregate income varies amongst the countries, as does the degree of the damping that a®ects the cycles. The study aims to reveal both of these characteristics. It also seeks to determine whether there exists a clear relationship between the degree of damping and the length of the cycles. In orderto estimate the parameters of the cycles, the data have been subjected to the processes of detrending, anti-alias ¯ltering and subsampling.
|Numero di pagine||29|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2005|