Australian Economic Growth: Non-linearities and International Influences
AuthorHenry, Olan T.; Summers, Peter M.
AffiliationEconomics and Commerce: Department of Economics
CitationsHenry, Olan T. and Summers, Peter M. (2000) Australian Economic Growth: Non-linearities and International Influences.
Access StatusOpen Access
An early version of this paper titled"International influences on the Australian Business Cycle: Evidence from Linear and Non-linear Models" was presented at the 1999 conometric Society Meeting at the University of Technology, Sydney and Forecasting and Business Cycle Analysis: Frontier Techniques, Melbourne Business School. We are grateful to Gary Koop and Simon Potter for sharing their GAUSS routines. Comments from Adrian Pagan, Christopher Sims, Don Harding, Mark Crosby and Nilss Olekalns assisted the development of the paper. The usual disclaimer applies to any errors or omissions. Financial support was provided by the Australian Research Council under grant C799
KeywordsAustralian economic growth; business cycles; coincident index; threshold autoregression; Bayesian model averaging: JEL classification numbers: F41 open economy macroeconomics; C11 Bayesian analysis; C22 time-series models
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