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자산가격 버블이 민간소비에 미치는 영향(Empirical tests on the effects of an asset price bubble on private consumption)

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Title 자산가격 버블이 민간소비에 미치는 영향(Empirical tests on the effects of an asset price bubble on private consumption)
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Author(Korean)

정한영

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[서울]:한국금융연구원

Date 2003-12
Series Title; No 금융조사보고서 / 2003-09
Pages 65
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Macroeconomics
Economy < Financial Policy
Holding 한국금융연구원; KDI 국제정책대학원

Abstract

Private consumption growth rates have frequently exceeded the GDP growth since the 1970s. This seems to fly in the face of received economic theory. The two longest periods on record during which this unusual phenomenon occurred (six quarters) were in 1989~1990 and 2001~2002, and the gaps were the widest ever. It should be noted that there was concern in both periods over asset price bubbles due to a surge in stock prices and real estate prices.
The purpose of the paper is to investigate the effect of the asset price bubble on private consumption. Based on the permanent income hypothesis, the paper seeks to determine whether the asset price bubble can explain the abnormal phenomenon aforementioned. It then analyzes the transmission mechanism by which the asset price bubble affects private consumption.
The empirical findings demonstrate that an asset price bubble affects transitory income in the current period, transitory income affects transitory consumption in the current period, and transitory consumption leads to a housing price bubble in three quarters. Interestingly, it also found that the housing price bubble does not affect transitory income or transitory consumption. This implies that a stock market bubble increases income, but a housing price bubble does not have a positive effect on economic growth.