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International evidence on tradables and nontradable inflation

Jose De Gregorio

International evidence on tradables and nontradable inflation

by Jose De Gregorio

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inflation (Finance) -- Econometric models.,
  • Prices -- Effect of foreign exchange rates on -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJosé De Gregorio, Alberto Giovannini, Holger C. Wolf.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper no. 4438, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 4438.
    ContributionsWolf, Holger C., Giovannini, Alberto., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26 p. :
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22436133M

    May Tradable and nontradable inflation indexes: replicating New Zealand’s tradable indexes with BLS CPI data. Tradable goods and services—goods and services that can be sold in a location, typically another country, different from where they were produced—are, theoretically, sold at the same price wherever they are by: 3. IMF Publications by Author. Browse by Subject: Title: International Evidenceon Tradables and Nontradables Inflation Author: Wolf, C. Holger; Giovannini, Alberto Title: The Behavior of Nontradable Goods Prices in Europe: Evidence and Interpretation Author: De Gregorio.

    Terms of Trade, Productivity, and the Real Exchange Rate. International Evidence on Tradables and Non-Tradable Inflation for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable goods exceeds. The tradable sector and its relevance to New Zealand’s GDP, by Jason Attewell & Simon Crossan. 5 The United Nations () gives the following overview: Basic prices + Taxes on products excluding invoiced VAT - Subsidies on products = Producers’ prices. The basic prices in the input -output tables are current prices rather than volumes.

    expenditures for all tradable and nontradable goods consumed are sensitive to exchange rates, since the nontradable sector which provides distribution services relies on imported productive inputs. Thus, imported inputs matter both for the prices of directly consumed nontradable goods and for the prices. tradables and non-tradables. Generally, removing the tax and seasonal components leaves the rate of inflation virtually unchanged in the tradable sector but reduces it a little in the non-tradable sector. Comparison of Sets A and B shows that for much of the period inflation in the tradable sector is lower when food, alcoholic drink and tobacco are.


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International evidence on tradables and nontradable inflation by Jose De Gregorio Download PDF EPUB FB2

NBER Program(s):International Finance and Macroeconomics. Using sectoral data for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable goods is higher than in tradables, We identify a demand shift towards nontradables and faster growth of total factor productivity in the tradable goods sector as the prime causes of higher nontradables by: With the law of one price holding in tradables, the wage pressure will be manifested solely in the nontradable sector, resulting in an increase in the relative price of nontradable goods and a reduction in the relative output of by: Using sectoral data for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable good exceeds inflation in tradables.

We identify a demand shift towards nontradables and faster growth of total factor productivity in the tradable goods sector as the prime causes of the differential inflation. In addition, disinflation attempts and the exchange rate regime appear to have exerted significant. Using sectoral data for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable goods is higher than in tradables, We identify a demand shift towards nontradables and faster growth of total factor productivity in the tradable goods sector as the prime causes of higher nontradables inflation.

In addition. disinflation attempts and the exchange rate regime appear to have had significant influence on the relative inflation rate. Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation de Gregorio, Jose and Giovannini, Alberto, International Evidence on Tradables and Nontradable Inflation (August ).Cited by: Using – sectoral data for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable goods exceeds inflation in tradables.

We identify a demand shift towards nontradables and faster growth of total. Abstract. Using sectoral data for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable good exceeds inflation in tradables.

We identify a demand shift towards nontradables and faster growth of total factor productivity in the tradable goods sector as the prime causes of the differential by: Using sectoral data for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable goods is higher than in tradables, We identify a demand shift towards nontradables and faster growth of total factor productivity in the tradable goods sector as the prime causes of higher nontradables inflation.

In addition. disinflation attempts and the exchange rate regime appear to have had significant. EUROPEAN ECONOMIC REVIEW ELSEVIER European Economic Review 38 () - Comments International evidence on tradables and nontradables inflation by J.

De Gregorio, A. Giovannini and H.C. Wolf Robert J. Gordon Department of Economics, Northwestern University, Evanston, ILUSA 1. Abstract: Using sectoral data for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable goods is higher than in tradables, We identify a demand shift towards nontradables and faster growth of total factor productivity in the tradable goods sector as the prime causes of higher nontradables inflation.

In addition. disinflation attempts and the exchange rate regime appear to have had significant influence on the relative inflation by: International Evidence on Tradables and Nontradable Inflation.

By Jose De Gregorio and Alberto Giovannini. Download PDF (0 MB) Abstract. Using sectoral data for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable goods is higher than in tradables, We identify a demand shift towards nontradables and faster growth of total factor Author: Jose De Gregorio and Alberto Giovannini.

Australia inCPI inflation has averaged around 2½ per cent, in the middle of the Reserve Bank’s inflation target.5 However, over this period the average rate of non-tradables inflation has been significantly above that of tradables inflation, resulting in a large rise in the relative price of non-tradables (Graph 4).

International evidence on tradables and nontradable inflation Author: Jose De Gregorio ; Holger C Wolf ; Alberto Giovannini ; National Bureau of Economic Research. International Evidence on Tradables and Nontradable Inflation.

[Alberto Giovannini; Jose De Gregorio; National Bureau of Economic Research.;] -- Using sectoral data for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable goods is higher than in tradables, We identify a demand shift towards nontradables and faster growth of total factor.

INTERNATIONAL EVIDENCE ON TRADABLES AND NONTRADABLES INFLATION ABSTRACT Using sectoral data for the OECD we find that inflation in nontradable goods is higher than in tradables. We identify a demand shift towards nontradables and faster growth of total factor productivity in the tradable goods Sector as the prime causes of higher nontradablesCited by: Non-tradable Goods and Deviations Between Purchasing Power Parities and Exchange Rates: Evidence from the European Comparison Project.

`International Evidence on Tradables and Nontradables Inflation’, European Economic Review, vol. 38,pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar.

Buy this book on publisher's site. Tradables and non-tradables inflation in Australia and New Zealand (PDF KB) This article presents a detailed comparison of price changes for non-tradable and tradable items in the CPI across Australia and New Zealand. Tradable and Nontradable Goods So far, we have assumed that all commodities are subject to international trade.

Now, in this chapter, we introduce a simple and important reality that has profound implications for the workings of an economy. The fact is that some goods are nontradable. Nontradable goods, of course, can. The theory. The Balassa–Samuelson effect depends on inter-country differences in the relative productivity of the tradable and non-tradable sectors.

The empirical “Penn Effect” By the law of one price, entirely tradable goods cannot vary greatly in price by location (because buyers can source from the lowest cost location). However most services must be delivered locally (e.g. ative prices of tradables versus nontradables A common approach followed in the international macroeconomics liter-ature is to take the above empirical evidence as an indication of the existence of nominal rigidities affecting price or wage setting.

This approach is the focus of extensive research examining the interaction of nominal rigidities. The main goal of the book is to provide a comprehensive analysis of international trade flows and the effects of exchange rate movements on trade prices and inflation.

Another objective of this book is to provide a vivid evidence on how the South African real exchange rate respond to productivity differential of the tradable and nontradable Author: Alimamy Kamara. The Euro-Dollar Exchange Rate: A Long Term Perspective. 29 Pages Posted: 25 Mar International Evidence on Tradables and Nontradables Inflation.

International Evidence on Tradables and Nontradable Inflation.non-tradable inflation. Is Wheeler's OCR too tight? 14th am. by Bernard Hickey. Bernard Hickey looks at whether the Reserve Bank Governor is running monetary policy too tight and how long before he decides surprisingly low inflation is actually structural rather than cyclical.