Inflation in Sri Lanka: A Causality Analysis
This study examines the causes of inflation in Sri Lanka during the post-liberalization period using a three-variable Vector Autoregression (VAR) model. Quarterly time series data on inflation, money supply growth and exchange rate changes during the period 1978-1992 were used in the analysis. The data series have been tested for their stationarity with the use of unit roots and cointegration techniques.
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