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The Term Structure and World Economic Growth

Journal of Fixed Income, 1 (1991): 4-17

Campbell R. Harvey

Duke University, Durham, NC 27708, USA

Interest rates provide a window on future economic growth in that interest represents the rate at which people are willing to trade consumption today for, consumption tomorrow. This rate is fundamentally linked to expectations of economic growth.