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A Quarterly Econometric Model for the Slovak Economy SR-1Q


  • Haluska, Jan

    (Institute of Informatics and Statistics, Macroeconomic Analyses Division, Bratislava, Slovak Republic)


SR-1Q, the small aggregate econometric model for the Slovak economy presented in the paper, is based on quarterly time series covering the period 1st quarter 1993 - 4th quarter 1996. SR-1Q is demand determined and presents a simultaneous system of 60 dynamic regression equations and identities expressing relations among 97 variables. The time series concerning real flows are expressed in fixed 1993 prices. For estimation of individual regression equations the unadjusted time series combined with seasonal dummies were used. The main endogenous variables of the model are the basic macroeconomic aggregates typical for a market economy. The external economic environment is characterized by three exogenous variables - total import of the European Union, import price index of the European Union and total import of the Czech Republic.

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  • Haluska, Jan, 1997. "A Quarterly Econometric Model for the Slovak Economy SR-1Q," East European Series 47, Institute for Advanced Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:ihs:ihsrop:47

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    1. Bencik, Michal, 1996. "Revision of an Econometric Model for Slovakia," East European Series 38, Institute for Advanced Studies.
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    Data Base; Econometric Model; Verification of the Model;

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    • E17 - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics - - General Aggregative Models - - - Forecasting and Simulation: Models and Applications


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