Sunday, October 13, 2013

Deviations from the trend using the GDP deflator

While these results used the CPI (less food and energy), this version uses GDP deflator data. I claimed that inflation during the 1960s was unnaturally low and wanted to see if that conclusion was robust under different measures of inflation. It is:

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