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Changes in the U.S. cycle: shifts in capital spending and balance sheet changes

Research Paper , Paper 9224

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Assessing recent trends in manufacturing

Research Paper , Paper 9409

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Social security and saving

Working Paper Series / Economic Activity Section , Paper 17

Monograph
Economic activity and the recent slowdown in private sector borrowing

Monograph

Discussion Paper
Low Productivity Growth: The Capital Formation Link

A major economic concern is the ongoing sluggishness in the growth of output per worker hour, generally called labor productivity. In an arithmetic sense, the growth of the economy can be accounted for by the increase in hours worked plus that of labor productivity. With the unemployment rate now at a level widely regarded as near ?full employment,? growth in hours worked is likely to be limited by demographic forces, most importantly the very limited expansion of the working-age population. If productivity growth also remains low, the sustainable pace of increase of real GDP will be limited ...
Liberty Street Economics , Paper 20170626

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Implications of the financial crisis for potential growth: past, present, and future

The scale of the recent collapse in asset values and the magnitude of the recession suggest that activities connected to the increase in values over the 2002-07 period--notably, expansion of the financial markets, homebuilding, and real estate--were overstated. If this is true, aggregate U.S. economic growth would have been overstated, implying that previous rates of potential gross domestic product (GDP) growth may also have been overstated and that the trajectory of potential GDP may be slower going forward. Slowing growth in the finance, homebuilding, and real estate sectors could hold ...
Staff Reports , Paper 408

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Perspectives on personal saving

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Aug , Pages 613-626

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Manufacturing productivity and high-tech investment

This article examines the theoretical and statistical connections between the productivity upsurge in U.S. manufacturing in the 1980s and manufacturing investment in computers and other forms of high-tech equipment.
Quarterly Review , Volume 17 , Issue Sum , Pages 39-47

Journal Article
The relationship between manufacturing production and goods output

The sharp divergence in the 2001 recession between two key economic indicators-manufacturing production and goods output-could suggest that one indicator is flawed, casting doubt on the reliability of its overall series. This analysis finds no evidence of error. Rather, the strength of spending on consumer-relative to capital-goods and the growth of merchandising services in the sale of consumer goods more likely explain the recent deviation.
Current Issues in Economics and Finance , Volume 10 , Issue Aug

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Tax reform and the merger and acquisition market: the repeal of General Utilities

Quarterly Review , Volume 11 , Issue Aut , Pages 31-35

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