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The Impact of Uncertainty Shocks

Nicholas Bloom

NBER Working Paper No. 13385
Issued in September 2007

---- Acknowledgements -----

This was the main chapter of my PhD thesis, previously called "The Impact of Uncertainty Shocks: A Firm-Level Estimation and a 9/11 Simulation". I would like to thank my advisors Richard Blundell and John Van Reenen; Costas Meghir and my referees; my formal discussants Susantu Basu, Russell Cooper, Janice Eberly, Valerie Ramey and Chris Sims; and seminar audiences at the AEA, Bank of England, Bank of Portugal, Berkeley, Board of Governors, Boston College, Boston Fed, Chicago, Chicago Fed, Chicago GSB, Cowles conference, Hoover, Kansas City Fed, Kansas University, Kellogg, LSE, MIT, NBER EF&G, CM&E and Productivity groups, Northwestern, QMW, San Francisco Fed, Stanford, UCL, UCLA and Yale. The financial support of the ESRC (Grant R000223644) is gratefully acknowledged. The views expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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