Kredi Hacmi Artisinin cari Acýga Etkisi: Coklu Yapisal Kirilmali Esbutunlesme Analizi
In this study, the relationship between total domestic credit volume and current account deficit in Turkey is investigated with the unit root test with multiple structural breaks of Carrion-i-Silvestre (2009) and cointegration test with multiple structural breaks of Maki (2012) by using quarterly data over the period 1992:Q1-2013:Q3 period. According to obtained evidences there is a cointegration relationship between domestic credit volume and current account deficit, namely determined that an increase in the domestic credit volume is a factor in increasing the current account deficit. In the error correction model, observed that short-run deviations between the series moving together in the long-run were disappeared.
Volume (Year): 18 (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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