The Linkage Between State and National Output: A Case Study of Connecticut
Francis Ahking () and
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Maneechit Pattanapancha: University of Connecticut
The Review of Regional Studies, 2000, vol. 30, issue 2, 137-145
We test for the short-run and long-run relationships between the Connecticut real gross state product and the U.S. real gross domestic product using quarterly data and a number of different statistical approaches. Quarterly observations on Connecticut real gross state product are not generally available to the public and the series is one of a few such series available. This presents a unique opportunity for such research. Our results show that these two series are not cointegrated for the full sample of 1969:1 to 1995:3, but are cointegrated for a shorter sample period from 1969:1 to 1988:4. For the period from 1969:1 to 1995:3, we find unidirectional causality from the U.S. real gross domestic product to the Connecticut real gross state product.
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