Response of Domestic Production to Depreciation in Korea: an Application of Johansen's Conintegration Methodology
Theoretical and empirical studies concerned with the effects of devaluation on domestic production have generally concluded that while in industrial countries devaluation is expansionary, in developing nations it is contractionary. In this paper we consider the experience of Korea alone. After adopting a reduced form model from the literature, we employed Johansen's cointegration and error-correction technique and used quarterly data over 1971-94 to show that in Korea real depreciation of the Korean won is indeed expansionary. [F31, F41]
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Volume (Year): 11 (1997)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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