English, Article edition: NBERCYCLES: Stata module to generate graph command (and optionally graph) timeseries vs. NBER recession dating Christopher F Baum

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  • NBERCYCLES: Stata module to generate graph command (and optionally graph) timeseries vs. NBER recession dating
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  • Christopher F Baum
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  • nbercycles accesses a copy of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) record of economic cycles (see http:/​/​www.nber.org/​cycles.html), the official dating of U.S. business cycle phases: contractions (recessions) and expansions, defined by their peaks and troughs, from 1854-2006. The ancillary Stata database distributed in the nbercycles package reproduces the data on the NBER web page, and adds quarterly dating information. Given a time-series variable name (and, optionally, a range of dates) nbercycles generates a line graph of the series, superimposed on the shaded NBER-defined recession periods.
  • time series, recession, NBER, graphics, tsline
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s456746
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