Integration Of Financial Markets
AbstractPaper analyzes the degree of integration of Indian stock market with other developing and developed nations’ stock markets using various techniques of cointegration like Engle Granger two stage method, Johansen cointegration method, VAR-ECM, Principle-Component Analysis and Impulse-response analysis.
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Length: 19 pages
Date of creation: 15 Apr 2005
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Financial markets Integration; Johansen test; VAR-ECM; Engle- Granger Two stage method; Developed nations; Developing Nations.;
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