A Theoretical Model of Developing Country Inflationary Dynamics
A standard monetary infaltion model is expanded to include import and labor costs in a theoretically logical manner. Implications for estimation are discussed, with special attention given to developing country data concerns. Care is taken to discuss model development within the historical context of emerging market inflationary studies and modern applied econometric model testing.
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