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Exchange Rate and Trade in Services Nexus in Nigeria: A Non-Linear ARDL Approach

Nathan Audu and Titus Obiezue

Athens Journal of Business & Economics, 2022, vol. 8, issue 1, 79-96

Abstract: A nonlinear ARDL model is employed to investigate the asymmetric drivers of non-oil trade in services between Nigeria and Netherlands. A significant number of past studies have concentrated their attention on the elasticity of trade in services to real exchange rates and income as well as on non-oil export, total export trade or import, yet none have delve into asymmetric relationship. This study aims to fills this void. Our result shows that the effects of exchange rate variations have both positive and negative displays with more negative asymmetry. This provides further insights in the nature of service asymmetries.

Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.30958/ajbe.8-1-5

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