Cigarette consumption in Turkey: Tansel's spurious regression
Samuel Cameron () and
Alan Collins ()
Applied Economics Letters, 1998, vol. 5, issue 6, 351-353
Estimates of the demand for cigarettes in Turkey uncovered significant effects from prices, incomes, education and health scares. The previous study did not pre-test for the presence of unit roots. This note reports the undertaking of this task, and the results of cointegrating regression analysis on previous data, which invalidates the earlier results.
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