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The Ins and Outs of Unemployment: An Analysis Conditional on Technology Shocks*
Article first published online: 10 OCT 2012
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The Economic Journal
Volume 123, Issue 569, pages 515–539, June 2013
How to Cite
Canova, F., Lopez-Salido, D. and Michelacci, C. (2013), The Ins and Outs of Unemployment: An Analysis Conditional on Technology Shocks. The Economic Journal, 123: 515–539. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0297.2012.02548.x
Corresponding author: Claudio Michelacci, CEMFI, Casado del Alisal 5, 28014, Madrid, Spain. Email: email@example.com.
We thank Andrew Scott (the Editor), four anonymous referees, Marios Angeletos, Roc Armenter, Robert Barro, Olivier Blanchard, Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde, Robert Hall, Jim Nason, Ivan Werning, Tao Zha and participants of numerous seminars and conferences for comments and suggestions. We also thank Jason Cummins, Gianluca Violante, Robert Shimer, Pau Rabanal, Sergio Rebelo, Gary Solon and Ryan Michaels for kindly making their data available to us. The opinions expressed here are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System or of anyone else associated with the Federal Reserve System. Canova acknowledges the financial support of the BGSE and of the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology (grant ECO2009-08556). Claudio Michelacci acknowledges the financial support of the European Research Council (ERC Advanced Grant 293692). Previous versions of the paper have circulated under the title ‘The ins and out of unemployment: a conditional analysis’ and ‘Schumpeterian Technology Shocks’.
- Issue published online: 7 JUN 2013
- Article first published online: 10 OCT 2012
- Accepted manuscript online: 6 JUL 2012 12:43PM EST
- Submitted: 22 October 2009, Accepted: 6 June 2012
Figure A1. The sample period is 1973:I-1997:I.
Figure A2. The sample period is 1967:II-1997:I.
Figure A3. The sample period is 1967:II-2007:I.
Figure A4. Responses to a one-standard deviation shocks in the samples: 1967:II-2010:I, 1975:II-1997:I, and 1997:II-2010:I.
Figure A5. Response to a neutral or an investment-specic technology shock in a six variables VAR(8), 1967:II-2010:I sample with intercept deterministically broken at 1973:I and 1997:I.
Figure A6. Six variable VAR with 8 lags, sample 1967:II-2010:I with intercept deterministically broken at 1973:1 and 1997:I.
Figure A7. Six variable VAR with 4 lags, sample 1967:II-2010:I with intercept deterministically broken at 1973:1 and 1997:I.
Figure A8. Six variable VAR with 8 lags, sample 1967:II-2010:I with intercept deterministically broken at 1973:1 and 1997:I.
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