AbstractThis reply to Cascaldi-Garcia's (2017) comment argues that by using the original code of Kurmann and Otrok (2013) with new data on utilization-adjusted TFP, Cascaldi-Garcia (2017) confounds positive and negative news shocks. With a small modification to the code—how a news shock is signed as positive—we obtain news shock responses consistent with Sims (2016) and Kurmann and Sims (2017) and largely reestablish the results of Kurmann and Otrok (2013). (JEL E23, E32, E43, E52, G12, G14)
American Economic Review – American Economic Association
Published: Oct 1, 2017
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