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Interaction between economic growth and financial flows: presentation of a model analysing the impact of short-term financial disturbances on economic growth

  • Hasse Ekstedt
  • Lars Westberg
Part of the International Studies In Economic Modelling book series (ISIM)

Abstract

It is our purpose to describe the medium-term economic development in the Swedish economy during two periods, one from the beginning of the 1960s up to the middle of the 1970s, characterized by a substantial growth of production, and a second period from the middle of the 1970s up to the beginning of the 1980s, when production either stagnated or had a low growth rate in the medium term.

Keywords

Ordinary Little Square Capital Stock Autoregressive Model Financial Development Capacity Utilization 
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  • Hasse Ekstedt
  • Lars Westberg

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