Friday, May 4, 2012

Empirical Evidence for closing the nominal GDP gap

David Beckworth has done cross-sectional analysis regarding nominal GDP gaps and unemployment and credit market risk.   Country's with nominal GDP further below the trend of the Great Moderation have higher unemployment rates.   A simple estimate suggests closing the nominal GDP gap would reduce the unemployment rate by 2 percent.

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