The U.S. Current Account and Real Effective Dollar Exchange Rates
This study analyzes long-run and short-run dynamics between the current account and the real effective dollar exchange rates from a novel perspective. Applying multivariate cointegration techniques, we first test for a long-run relationship between the real effective dollar exchange rate and the U.S. current account. We then include further macroeconomic factors as an extension. As a next step, we pay particular attention to the evolvement of the coefficients over time based on an estimation of a time varying coefficient approach by means of Kalman filtering.
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