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Sectoral effects of a world oil price shock

Sectoral effects of a world oil price shock

economywide linkages to the agricultural sector

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Agriculture and Rural Economy Division, ERS-NASS [distributor in Washington, DC, Rockville, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum products -- Prices -- United States,
  • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKenneth Hanson, Sherman Robinson, Gerald Schluter
    SeriesStaff report -- no. AGES 9156, ERS staff report -- no. AGES 9156
    ContributionsRobinson, Sherman, Schluter, Gerald E, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Agriculture and Rural Economy Division
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, 25 p.
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14689736M

      Sectoral effects of a world oil price shock: Economy wide linkages to the agricultural sector. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 18 Author: Xiaowei Zhao, Taoya Li, Dayu Zhai. The Economic Impact of Oil Price Shocks on Emerging Markets Aanchal Kapoor Claremont McKenna College This Open Access Senior Thesis is brought to you by [email protected] It has been accepted for inclusion in this collection by an authorized administrator. For more information, please [email protected] Recommended Citation.

    Spatafora, Nikola and Warner, Andrew M., Macroeconomic and Sectoral Effects of Terms-of-Trade Shocks: The Experience of the Oil-Exporting Developing Countries (October ). IMF Working Paper, Vol., pp. , Cited by: The effect of oil price shocks on the Saudi manufacturing sector. Abdelhamid A. Mahboub. 1, Heba E. Ahmad2 Abstract This paper aims to examine the effects of oil price shocks on the manufacturing sector in Saudi Arabia during the period , using quarterly data. A unit root test was conducted, in –.

      However, a sustained oil price shock where crude oil prices remain at peak levels would be significant. The BofA model simulations indicate a permanent oil Author: Zerohedge.   Scaled oil prices model outperforms other models used in the study. It studies the impacts of oil price shocks on the growth of industrial production for Indian economy over the period QQ3. It is found that oil prices Granger cause macroeconomic activities. Evidence of asymmetric impact of oil price shocks on industrial growth is by:


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“Sectoral Effects of a World Oil Price Shock: Economy-wide Linkages to the Agricultural Sector.” Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 18(01) February.

Downloadable. The effects of a world oil price shock on U.S. agriculture are analyzed in an economywide environment. We use an input-output model to analyze the direct and indirect cost linkages between energy and other sectors of the economy. Then, to allow sectoral output adjustment and the effects on the U.S.

current account, we use the U.S. Department of. Sectoral Effects of a World Oil Price Shock: Economywide Linkages to the Agricultural Sector Kenneth Hanson, Sherman Robinson, and Gerald Schluter The effects of a world oil price shock on U.S. agriculture are analyzed in an economywide environment.

We use. Get this from a library. Sectoral effects of a world oil price shock: economywide linkages to the agricultural sector. [Kenneth Hanson; Sherman Robinson; Gerald E Schluter; United States.

Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Agriculture and Rural Economy Division.]. Title: The Employment and Wage Effects of Oil Price Shocks: A Sectoral Analysis Author: Michael P.

Keane and Eswar S. Prasad Created Date: 2/24/ PM. Research on oil markets conducted during the last decade has challenged long-held beliefs about the causes and consequences of oil price shocks. As the empirical and theoretical models used by economists have evolved, so has our understanding of the determinants of oil price shocks and of the interaction between oil markets and the global economy.

Some of the key insights are. An oil price hike acts like a tax on consumption and, for a net oil importer like the United States, the benefits of the tax go to major oil producers rather than the U.S.

Sectoral effects of a world oil price shock book. The impact on growth and prices of an oil shock depends on many factors: The size of the shock, both in terms of the new real price of oil and the percentageFile Size: 67KB.

term, around four quarters after a negative oil price shock. 1 It is worth noting that much of the literature on oil and the macroeconomy does not use a multi-country framework, and instead uses a single-country VAR model, as representing the global Size: KB. Effects of Oil Price Shocks on the Economic Sectors in Malaysia Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy 3(4).

Downloadable. This paper aims to examine the effects of oil price shocks on economic sectors in Malaysia. A unit root test was conducted, in which data were shown to be non-stationary in all levels, and stationary in the first difference for all variables.

The co-integration model was applied, and the results indicated that one co-integrating equation exists, suggesting the long-term. 1 The oil price shock of The oil price shock in the last quarter of has been the most remarkable macroeconomic shock since the last Shockwatch Bulletin half a year ago.

This Bulletin examines the extent, drivers, pathways of effects, and initial impacts of oil prices on African countries. Section 1 examines the oil price shock, its.

Figure 5 now plots oil price against oil consumption instead of per-capita GDP. It’s similar to the Figure 4 plot, but the impact of the second oil shock now really stands : Roger Andrews.

we find that, following an oil-price shock, output declines and prices increase. In addition, in order to check the robustness of our empirical results, we compare the estimated effects of oil-price shocks implied by our measures with those implied by one conventional measure of oil-price shocks already proposed in the literature.

developments. Key post-World-War-II oil shocks reviewed include the Suez Crisis ofthe OPEC oil embargo ofthe Iranian revolution ofthe Iran-Iraq War initiated inthe first Persian Gulf War inand the oil price spike of Other more minor disturbances are also discussed, as are the.

"A very complete analysis of the crude oil market, the final product markets and the refining industry - I highly recommend this book."--Frédéric Lantz, Program Supervisor and Master in Environmental Economics, Sustainable Development and Energy, IFP-School"Salvatore Carollo makes a hard issue seem by: 1.

In these figures the blue line represents the positive oil price shock and the red line represents the negative oil price shock.

Fig. 1, Fig. 2, Fig. 3 show impulse responses for a horizon of up to 12 years after the shock from the baseline FAVAR model for a selection of key macroeconomic variables to +/− 1, +/− 2, and +/− 3 standard Cited by: The interrelationship among oil shock (returns), stock market, and company stock returns is presented in Table 5a, while in Table 5b, the direct, indirect, and total effects of oil shock (returns) on company stock returns are presented.

Based on the Hausman's test, we accepted and interpreted the three stages least squares regression by: 3. AbstractThis study examines the asymmetric responses of sector stock indices returns to positive and negative fluctuations in oil prices using the NARDL model.

Our empirical findings support indirect transmissions of oil price fluctuation to the financial market through industrial production and short-term interest rate. Furthermore, both direct and indirect impacts Author: Abderrazak Dhaoui, Julien Chevallier, Feng Ma. This paper examines the asymmetric effects of oil price shock on Iran economic growth as an oil exporting country for the period of using Johansen cointegration test.

The results from short run estimations indicate that oil shocks have a significant effect on economic growth. Oil Price Shocks: Causes and Consequences Lutz Kilian carefully distinguishing between the direct effects of an exogenous oil price shock and the indirect effects that may give rise to asymmetric responses of the economy, depending on whether the oil price shock is positive or negative.

Section 4 reviews the. Following this approach, the oil price peaked at around $80 at the end of the 70s and beginning of the 80s. After a sharp decline in between and a period of extremely cheap oil, the price climbed seven times higher and reached an “all-time-high” – even higher than the level of the second oil price shock measured in real terms.Get this from a library!

Sectoral job creation and destruction responses to oil price changes. [Steven J Davis; John C Haltiwanger; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: We study the effects of oil price changes and other shocks on the creation and destruction of U.S.

manufacturing jobs from to We find that oil shocks account for about   Still-fragile world economy braced for effects of another oil shock Indebted households have already tightened belts. Higher petrol costs are likely to depress demand and prices – just what the.