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Applied cointegration analysis in the mirror of macroeconomic theory

Paul SoМ€derlind

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Published
**1995**
by Centre for Economic Policy Research in London
.

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Paul Söderlind and Anders Vredin. |

Series | Discussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- No.1120 |

Contributions | Vredin, Anders., Centre for Economic Policy Research. |

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Open Library | OL21429438M |

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APPLIED COINTEGRATION ANALYSIS IN THE MIRROR OF MACROECONOMIC THEORY PAUL SODERLIND Stockholm School of Economics, BoxS, 83 Stockholm, Sweden, and CEPR AND ANDERS VREDIN Stockholm School of Economics, BoxS, 83 Stockholm, Sweden SUMMARY Cointegration analyses of macroeconomic time series are often not based on fully.

Applied cointegration analysis has much to gain from strong links with economic theory. For example, the current generation of equilibrium macroeconomic models have simple predi tions for cointegrating vectors. These models also suggest that important information about the economic structure can be found in the short run dynamics, which most cointegration studies disregard.

Applied Cointegration Analysis in the Mirror of Macroeconomic Theory Paul S oderlind. Anders Vredin October The authors thank Tor Jacobson, Torsten Persson, Anders Warne, Michael Wickens and two anonymous referees for comments; Tom Cooley for.

Applied cointegration analysis has much to gain from strong links with economic theory. For example, the current generation of equilibrium macroeconomic models have simple predictions for cointegrating vectors.

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