Linking Money Supply With The Gross Domestic Product In Romania
Evolution of money supply and gross domestic product are in a close relationship, inthis paper we analysis this relationship in order to construct a function which will explicit thisconnection for Romania. Evolution of gross domestic product is one with a seasonal component sofrom the data series we will be eliminating seasonality with the X-12 ARIMA method. Analyzing thedata of money supply (M3) and of GDP over ten years through the Augmented Dickey-Fuller weobtained that both series are non-stationary. Applying the co-integration analysis method Engle-Granger we conclude that the two series have a cointegration relationship between them. We willpropose a model explanation of the link between the two sets of data type, a DVAR model.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 12 ()
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