CSH Talk by Peter Klimek: "Quantifying economic resilience from input-output susceptibility to improve predictions of economic growth and recovery" - CSH

CSH Talk by Peter Klimek: “Quantifying economic resilience from input–output susceptibility to improve predictions of economic growth and recovery”


Mar 15, 2019 | 15:0016:00

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The lecture by Peter Klimek will take place at the Complexity Science Hub Vienna in room 201.

If you are interested in participating, please email to office@csh.ac.at

 

Abstract:

Modern macroeconomic theories were unable to foresee the last Great Recession and could neither predict its prolonged duration nor the recovery rate. They are based on supply–demand equilibria that do not exist during recessionary shocks. Here we focus on resilience as a nonequilibrium property of networked production systems and develop a linear response theory for input–output economics. By calibrating the framework to data from 56 industrial sectors in 43 countries between

2000 and 2014, we find that the susceptibility of individual industrial sectors to economic shocks varies greatly across countries, sectors, and time. We show that susceptibility-based predictions that take sector- and country-specific recovery into account, outperform—by far—standard econometric growth models. Our results are analytically rigorous, empirically testable, and flexible enough to address policy-relevant scenarios. We illustrate the latter by estimating the impact of recently imposed tariffs on US imports (steel and aluminum) on specific sectors across European countries.

Details

Date
Mar 15, 2019
Time
15:00—16:00

Organizer

Complexity Science Hub Vienna
Phone
+43 1 59991 600
Email
office@csh.ac.at
Website
www.csh.ac.at

Venue

Complexity Science Hub Vienna
Josefstaedter Straße 39
Wien,1080
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Phone
+43 1 59991 600
Website
www.csh.ac.at