I'm using a log linear regression to model a log transformed continuous positive variable, eg a quantity $Y$ that cannot be negative.
$$ log(Y) = \beta_0Const + \beta X$$
The coefficients of my predictors, after exponentiation should indicate proportional changes in the quantity $Y$ isn't it?
How do I call this effect in scientific publication? I read that for poisson regression it is used the term "Incidence Rate Ratio". But I guess this is correct only in the case $Y$ is a count variable, which is not my case.