Government Expenditures and Revenues: Evidence from Asymmetric Modeling
Bradley Ewing (),
James Payne (),
Mark A. Thompson () and
Omar M. Al-Zoubi ()
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Mark A. Thompson: Institute for Economic Advancement, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Omar M. Al-Zoubi: Department of Economics, Texas Tech University
Southern Economic Journal, 2006, vol. 73, issue 1, 190–200
In this article, we examine the relationship between U.S. federal revenues and expenditures while relaxing the assumption of a symmetric adjustment process underlying the conventional cointegration and error correction model. Threshold autoregression and momentum threshold autoregression models are used to ascertain the empirical link between the two variables of the budgetary process. Our results suggest that revenues and expenditures are cointegrated and that the adjustment process of the budgetary disequilibrium is asymmetric. The application of the asymmetric error correction model indicates that revenues and expenditures respond to the long-run requirements of the budgetary balance only when the budget is worsening.
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