Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics

Temperature and Economic Growth: Comment on Kiley

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Abstract

Recent research by Federal Reserve economists has attempted to show that high temperatures decrease the rate of economic growth. I replicate the results of one such attempt, Michael Kiley (2021), and explain why Kiley’s results are flawed.

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