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@Jasper: see table 12 here. The high price case, a 70% increase in price of oil, spread out over 10 years from the 2006 price ($60-$70/bbl), will increase unemployment about 0.5%. This was written before the 2008 price shock. Such shocks cause more damage because people do not have time to plan and coordinate their responses.

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