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The literature on international business cycles has employed dynamic factor models (DFMs) to disentangle global from group-specific and national factors in countries' macroeconomic aggregates. Therefore, the countries have simply been classified ex ante as belonging to the same region or the same level of development. This paper estimates a DFM for a sample of 106 countries and three variables (output, consumption, investment) over the period 1960–2014, in which the countries are classifieddoi:10.1017/s1365100520000048 fatcat:pfz3r5ofsrh6rdlvks2rd2bcc4