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The sectoral and regional effects of oil shocks: who's over a barrel?

An examination of how higher-priced oil affects various regions and business sectors, citing evidence that the oil shock accompanying Iraq's invasion of Kuwait will have a smaller impact on the overall U.S. economy than that of previous shocks.
Economic Commentary , Issue Jan

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Another oil-price shock?

FRBSF Economic Letter

Working Paper
The role of energy in real business cycle models

Working Paper Series, Macroeconomic Issues , Paper 91-6

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\\"Core\\" or \\"total\\" inflation: which is the Fed's focus?

The Regional Economist , Issue Oct , Pages 3

Working Paper
Nonlinearities in the oil price-output relationship

It is customary to suggest that the asymmetry in the transmission of oil price shocks to real output is well established. Much of the empirical work cited as being in support of asymmetries, however, has not directly tested the hypothesis of an asymmetric transmission of oil price innovations. Moreover, many of the papers quantifying these asymmetric responses are based on censored oil price VAR models which recently have been shown to be invalid. Other studies are based on dynamic correlations in the data that do not shed light on the central question of whether the structural responses of ...
International Finance Discussion Papers , Paper 1013

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Five-percent solution

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Bad news from the oil patch: why the rig count is depressed

Southwest Economy , Issue Jul , Pages 5-7

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The pricing of natural gas in U.S. markets

Stephen Brown and Mine Ycel examine how different natural gas users and the market institutions serving them affect the transmission of price changes throughout various markets for natural gas. Electrical utilities and industrial users buy much of their natural gas in a competitive spot market served by brokers and interstate pipeline companies. In contrast, most commercial and residential customers are dependent on local distribution companies, which earn a regulated rate of return and buy their gas under long-term contracts. ; Using time-series methods, Brown and Ycel find that even in the ...
Economic and Financial Policy Review , Issue Apr , Pages 41-51

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Feet of clay?

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Regional update : Focus on the energy industry

Southwest Economy , Issue Sep , Pages 11



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