A note on the tests of Granger-causality between exports and economic growth
Applied Economics Letters, 1994, vol. 1, issue 11, 207-209
This paper demonstrates that the Granger-causality tests are not affected by an accounting identity relationship. In the context of exports and economic growth relationship, this amounts to saying that if a Granger-causal relationship from exports to output is detected, this cannot be due to a built-in accounting identity relationship.
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