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After the perfect storm: What’s next for the auto industry?

Amid the global recession in 2008?09, the U.S. auto industry experienced its worst downturn in recent memory. While conditions have improved in 2010, questions about which factors will shape the industry?s competitiveness remain. The Chicago Fed hosted a conference on May 10?11, 2010, at its Detroit Branch to explore the industry?s past, present, and future.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Aug

Working Paper
A primer on global auto markets

Working Paper Series, Regional Economic Issues , Paper 93-1

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Southeast’s auto industry climbs into the driver’s seat

The Southeast has benefited from changes in the vehicle assembly industry. Agreeable weather and lower labor and land costs have attracted numerous assembly facilities of domestic and foreign car makers.
EconSouth , Volume 7 , Issue Q1

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Realignment in the U.S. motor vehicle industry

A review of the developments that have led to chronic excess capacity in the U.S. motor vehicle industry, and a consideration of the prospects facing this industry in the decade ahead.
Economic Commentary , Issue Jun

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Policy update: Incentives for greener transportation

Related links: https://www.richmondfed.org/-/media/richmondfedorg/publications/research/econ_focus/2011/q3/policy_update_weblinks.cfm
Econ Focus , Volume 15 , Issue 3Q , Pages 9

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The effects of interest rates and taxes on new car prices

Utilizing the Consumer Expenditure Survey and state-level variation in taxes, this study finds that prices for most models of new cars shift by more than the amount of a sales tax. The evidence of an overshifting of prices offers support for the recent models of tax incidence in imperfectly competitive markets. The results also suggest that changes in the after-tax interest rate have offsetting effects on new car prices; a one percentage point increase in the after-tax real interest rate will prompt, on average, a mark-down of $106.
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 1997-38

Journal Article
Projecting consumer expenditures on automobiles

Quarterly Review , Volume 10 , Issue Win , Pages 43-44

Newsletter
Economy to keep rolling along in 2012 and 2013

According to participants in the Chicago Fed?s annual Automotive Outlook Symposium, solid economic growth is forecasted for the nation this year and in 2013. Inflation is expected to fall in 2012 and remain unchanged in 2013, and the unemployment rate is anticipated to move lower but remain high by historical standards through the end of 2013. Light vehicle sales are forecasted to improve in 2012 and 2013.
Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Aug

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Determinants of supplier plant location: evidence from the auto industry

Economic Perspectives , Volume 29 , Issue Q III

Newsletter
Auto outlook: is the engine idling or stalling?

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Aug

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