The monetary exchange rate model as a long-run phenomenon
Pure time series-based tests fail to find empirical support formonetary exchange rate models. In this paper we apply pooled timeseries estimation on a forward-looking monetary model, resulting inparameter estimates which are in compliance with the underlyingtheory. Based on a panel version of the Engle and Granger (1987) two-stepprocedure we find that the residuals of our pooled estimated modelare stationary. This indicates that on a pooled time series levelthere is cointegration between the exchange rate and themacroeconomic fundamentals of this monetary model.
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