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ARDL Approach to Test the Productivity Bias Hypothesis

Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee () and A. B. M. Nasir

Review of Development Economics, 2004, vol. 8, issue 3, 483-488

Abstract: The productivity bias hypothesis states that a relatively more productive country should experience a real appreciation of its currency. Most studies in the literature that have tested the hypothesis have employed cross-sectional data. Only a few studies have used time-series data and they have tested the hypothesis for only a small number of countries. In this paper the authors test the hypothesis by using time-series data over the 1960-90 period for a sample of 44 countries and with a relatively new method of cointegration known as the ARDL approach. For most countries there is strong evidence supporting the hypothesis. Copyright Blackwell Publishing Ltd 2004.

Date: 2004
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