In this paper I compare the effects of different credit variables on real output in the US. However, instead of using real Gross Domestic Product as a proxy for real output, I use real Gross Domestic Income. I use a VAR framework with generalized impulse response functions and generalized variance decompositions. I look at a credit aggregate and different credit spreads. I find that shocks to some credit variables can have significant effects on real output; the reaction, however, is a temporary one. Specifically, measures of the risk premium and the term premium have the most importance in explaining innovations to real Gross Domestic Income. However, in all cases the effect is a temporary one.
"Credit Market Innovations and Gross Domestic Income,"
Southern University College of Business E-Journal: Vol. 16:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.subr.edu/cbej/vol16/iss2/3
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