2 edition of Common trends and common cycles in regional per capita incomes found in the catalog.
Common trends and common cycles in regional per capita incomes
1996 by Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|Statement||Gerald Carlino and Keith Sill.|
|Series||Economic research working paper series / Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division -- no.96.13, Economic research working paper (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division) -- no.96.13.|
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Gerald A. Carlino & Keith Sill, "Common trends and common cycles in regional per capita incomes," Working PapersFederal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, revised Handle: RePEc:fip:fedpwp Title: Common trends and common cycles in regional per capita incomes Author: Carlino, Gerald Subject: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia WP In this paper we analyze per capita incomes of the G7 countries using the common cycles test developed by Vahid and Engle (Journal of Applied Econometrics, –, ) and extended by Hecq et al.
(Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, –, ; Econometric Reviews, –, ) and the common trend test developed by Johansen (Journal of Economic Cited by: 2.
Downloadable. Abstract. In this paper, we analyse per capita income levels of China's three main regions: the western region, the eastern region and the central region using common cycle and common trend tests.
Our main contribution is that we impose the common cycle and common trend restrictions in decomposing shocks into permanent and transitory components.
A common trends - common cycles decomposition of Canadian regional outputs casts doubt on the convergence hypothesis and reveals trend shocks dominate fluctuations in Ontario, Quebec, and the. Industrially developing countries just entering world trade, many of which are in Asia and Latin America, with relatively low per capita incomes.
LLDCs Industrially underdeveloped, agrarian, subsistence societies with rural populations, extremely low per capita income levels, and little world trade involvement. Note that I have averaged each 8 year period ofand alsoand separately The bottom line is that real per capita adjusted gross income was Author: Hale Stewart.
Highlights This paper analyzes communalities in regional long-term growth trajectories for 24 Swedish regions – Wavelet Analysis and Principal Component Analysis are used to decompose regional growth trajectories. It is assessed to what extent growth in regions share common trend and cyclical properties.
It is found that regional trend growth shows strong common features among Cited by: long-run comovement present in regional per capita income. We used per capita personal in-come rather than total income to control for differences in population growth among re-gions.
In our study, we used quarterly data on real per capita personal income from A. Compare trends focusing on per capita personal income.
Per Capita Income is one of the most widely used indicators for gauging the economic performance and changing fortunes of local economies. Shifting trends in local per capita income growth have important social and political ramifications and significant implications in formulating local economic development strategies and initiatives.
Per capita personal income by state and by county are two data sets in which only income data is available. This paper describes an application of the CAPM to regional growth. In this application the growth rate of personal income of a particular region, such as a state, is an increasing linear function of its systematic risk.
pattern in which economies with low per capita incomes grow faster than economies with high per capita incomes.
human capital. the accumulated skills and education of workers. Industrial Revolution. the widespread use of power-driven machinery and the economic and social changes that. Income per capita is a measure of the amount of money earned per person in a certain area.
It can apply to the average per-person income for a Author: Will Kenton. Gerald Carlino and Keith Sill, "Common Trends and Common Cycles in Regional Per Capita Incomes" Cyclical dynamics at the regional level are investigated using newly developed times-series techniques that allow a decomposition of aggregate data into common trends and common cycles.
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As ofthe estimated average GDP per capita (PPP) of all of the countries of the. GDP per capita (current US$) | Data - World Bank. Per capita debt accumulation surged in the mids to levels far in excess of the national average: But Phoenix was living on borrowed time.
With the national economy turning south in the wake of the sub-prime crisis and the collapse of Lehman Brothers, Phoenix home prices, which had already been falling gradually, began to slide fast. Other articles where Per capita income is discussed: economic growth: problem of whether or not per capita income levels and their rates of growth in developed economies will eventually converge or diverge.
For example, as per capita incomes of fast growers like the Italians and Japanese approach those of economies that developed earlier, such as the American and British, will.
The Census reported that U.S. per capita income was $21, Among the Fourth District’s counties, only 21 registered per capita incomes above that figure. Read More. Indiana vs. United States Comparative Trends Analysis: Per Capita Personal Income Growth and Change, For example, Nobel Laureate Robert Lucas, a University of Chicago economist, has pointed out that while South Korea and the Philippines had similar per capita incomes inthe superior growth of South Korea over the following 28 years ( percent per year vs.
percent) resulted in Korean incomes being three times larger than the incomes. The business cycle, also known as the economic cycle or trade cycle, is the downward and upward movement of gross domestic product (GDP) around its long-term growth trend.
The length of a business cycle is the period of time containing a single boom and contraction in sequence. These fluctuations typically involve shifts over time between periods of relatively rapid economic growth (expansions.
fashion cycles, climate change, regional weather conditions, sustainability and recycling. It goes without saying that an increased government spending for infrastructure and mobility will also affect future consumption like, for example, a rising consumer demand for hygiene and medical articles due to higher incomes and changing consumer behavior.
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Analysis on growth patterns shows that regime changes are quite common in both economic growth and employment growth, yet they are not. Inthe per capita income figure in Switzerland was nearly times, in USA about 81 times, in Japan about times the per capita income in India.
This low per capita income is also resulted from lower growth rate of national income and higher growth rate of population. The growth rate of GDP at constant price was per cent in Regional data sources.
The paper draws on two main sources of data. First, in order to revisit and provide an up-to-date assessment of provincial-level convergence trends, we use personal income per capita data taken from Statistics Canada’s provincial economic accounts (CANSIM table –).
These data are available for the period – and are deflated using provincial consumer Cited by: 2. Per capita income convergence across countries and across regions in interest in the EU for measuring disparities between countries and between regions.
The preoccupation for sustainable regional growth, especially for the integration and a common currency. Consequently, there are additional reasons for a. Shifting trends in local per capita income growth have important social and political ramifications and significant implications in formulating local economic development strategies and initiatives.
Definition: This measure of income is calculated as the total personal income of the residents of an area divided by the population of the area. Ginis in and twenty years later Change Average Gini + Pop-weighted Gini + GDP-weighted Gini + Graph and download economic data for Per Capita Personal Income in Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA (MSA) (SEATPCPI) from to about Seattle, WA, personal income, per capita, personal, income, and USA.
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With global emissions of CO 2 still growing, understanding the determinants behind energy use and emissions is as relevant as ever. This column looks at the role of per capita income and consumption choices.
It finds that the share of expenditures spent on energy and energy-intensive goods tends to decrease with income across a large set of countries. Overall per capita spending in February this year dropped per cent year-on-year, from e1/ to e1/, the service said.
Tourism revenue up despite drop in spending The agency also declared that the self-sufficiency rate of fruits reached % inwith an average fruits consumption per capita of kg up from kg in Historical data on population and per-capita income are taken from the World Bank in the World Development Indicator (WDI) database (Table 1, ).Population (P c) is given in capita per country c and income values (I c) [gdp capita −1 year −1] in constant US$ from tobased on market exchange rate (MER).For income (I) and calorie demand (C T,C L) there are complete data Cited by: Putting Per-Capita Income Back into Trade Theory James R.
Markusen. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in AprilRevised in December NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment Program A major role for per-capita income in international trade, as opposed to simply country size, was persuasively advanced by Linder ().
The basic purpose of development is to enlarge people’s choices. Per capita income cannot ‘buy’ all pleasures of life (e.g. law and order, good governance, democracy, etc.) Thirdly, per capita income does not reveal, naturally, a country’s economic and social environment under which goods and services are produced in an economy.
Per capita income is a measure of the average wealth that each person of a city/state/country holds, if all of the income of that city/state/country were equally divided among all its people.
Its like saying average marks that students scored for. Per capita income = National Income/ Total Population of country.
Per capita income is a better index of economic development than national income/GDP itself. However, it suffers from certain major limitations as an indicator of welfare and develo. America's Career InfoNet helps people make better, more informed career decisions.
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