Revisiting the US Stock Market Crash of 1929 — Cause of the Great Depression?

Figure 1: Cumulative % Change in Consumer Spending (Romer, 1990)
Figure 2: % change in real output of consumer goods (Romer, 1990)
Figure 3: Equation and variables for econometric test for uncertainty (Romer, 1990)
Figure 4: Results of econometric test for uncertainty (Romer, 1990)
Figure 5: Risk premium 1929–1940 (Ferderer and Zalewski, 1994)
Figure 6: Juridical division of Mississippi (Richardson et. al., 2009)
Figure 7: Comparing decline in economic activity (Richardson et. al., 2009)
Figure 8: Decomposition of Output Fluctuations (Cecchetti and Karras, 1994)

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