Has the long-run velocity of M2 shifted? Evidence from the P* model
An examination of one of the P-Star model's primary assumptions: the constancy of M2's long-run velocity, or V-Star. Using actual data through the end of 1992, the authors find that simulations of the model under a variety of hypotheses regarding changes in V-Star provide little support for a dramatic shift in that measure.
Volume (Year): (1993)
Issue (Month): Q I ()
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