Commodity Prices and the Australian Economy: Trends versus Cycles
I have an article in the latest issue of Policy examining trends and cycles in commodity prices. In the article, I highlight the difficulty of isolating longer-run trends from the pronounced multi-year cycles in commodity prices. I also argue that commodities are not nearly as important to the Australian economy as commonly assumed.
posted on 07 January 2009 by skirchner in Commodity Prices, Economics
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