Long-Run Neutrality in an Arima Framework: Some Further Evidence
Ìn this paper I explore the long-run monetary neutrality using the framework developed by Fisher and Seater (1993). I show that their rejection of long-run neutrality in the United States for the 1870-1975 period is not robust to a change in the money aggregate or country.
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