Subsidising car purchases in the euro area: any spill-over on production?
Joan Paredes ()
No 2094, Working Paper Series from European Central Bank
Due to input-output linkages, an industry level shock can widely transmit to the rest of the economy. We identify government policies on the automobile industry, which change final prices and estimate their effect on sales and production. An example could be the scrappage schemes that many European governments introduced at the start of the Great Recession. In line with previous studies, we conﬁrm that the eﬀect on car sales is positive. More interestingly, we extend the literature that explores the eﬀects of these policies on domestic and foreign production to disentangle the potential spill-overs. JEL Classification: C32, C54, E23, E62, H25
Keywords: automotive industry; Bayesian GVAR; fiscal policy; production; spill-overs (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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