Relationship between inflation and economic growth in Azerbaijani economy: is there any threshold effect?
The study examines possibility of threshold effect of inflation on economic growth over the period of 2000-2009. Estimated threshold model indicates that there is a non-linear relationship between economic growth and inflation in the Azerbaijani economy and threshold level of inflation for GDP growth is 13 percent. Below threshold level inflation has statistically significant positive effect on GDP growth, but this positive relationship becomes negative one when inflation exceeds 13 percent. Results of the study may be useful for monetary policymakers in terms of keeping inflation below the threshold level of 13 percent to prevent its negative effect on economic growth.
|Date of creation:||Jun 2011|
|Publication status:||Published in Asian Journal of Business and Management Sciences No1.1(2011): pp. 1-11|
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