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Gibt es einen Weltrealzins


  • Dreger, Christian
  • Schumacher, Christian


Infolge der wachsenden Integration der internationalen Güter- und Kapitalmärkte ist eine Angleichung der Realzinssätze unterschiedlicher Länder zu erwarten. Im Beitrag wird diese Hypothese für die Länder der G7 untersucht und mit panelökonometrischen Verfahren bestätigt.

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  • Dreger, Christian & Schumacher, Christian, 2000. "Gibt es einen Weltrealzins," Wirtschaft im Wandel, Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH), vol. 6(12), pages 356-359.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:iwhwiw:iwh-12-00-5

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