Multirank Cointegration Analysis Of Turkish M1 Money Demand (1987q1-2006q3)
In our paper, we employ multivariate cointegration analysis to the Turkish M1 narrow money demand. The ex-post estimation results reveal that it is possible to identify a money demand vector in the cointegrating space as a priori hypothesized through economics theory. But some structural break points and parameter instabilities coincided with post-1994 economic crisis period and 2000-stabilization program cast some doubt upon whether the estimated model can represent all the period under investigation. Besides, a second potential vector found in the long-run variable space has been decomposed to reconcile it with excess aggregate demand reacting to the domestic inflation.
Volume (Year): 6 (2007)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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