International Application Model Short-Long Term Between GDP and Consumption: Case Study Indonesia
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Sugiarto Teguh: Dept. Accounting Universitas Budi Luhur, Jl. Ciledug Raya, Petukangan Utara, Pesanggrahan, Jak-Sel, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia
Madu Ludiro: Lecture at UPN Veteran Departemen Internasional Relation. Universitas Pembangunan ‘Nasional’ Veteran, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Subagyo Ahmad: Lecture at STIE GICI Business Scholl, Depok, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
Sugiyanto: Lecture at Dept. Acc. Universitas Pamulang Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia
Achmadi: Lecture at STIE Tunas Nusantara, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 12430, Indonesia
Economics, 2018, vol. 6, issue 1, 81-90
More recently, significant fluctuations in the Indonesian economy justify the need to pay more attention to this issue. In this case, the main purpose of this research is to know the relationship between two issues related to Indonesian macro economy called consumption and GDP for data period during 1967 until 2014. This study investigates the relationship between GDP variables and Indonesian consumption consumption variables using the test ARDL, cointegration and Granger causality. The result of the research can be concluded that, there is long-run equilibrium relationship between GDP and consumption with long-term ARDL model, 10% change of consumption will produce long-term change of 44% in GDP. It is not surprising that there is no short-run equilibrium relationship between GDP and consumption. 10% of consumption will result in a short-term ARDL model change of 95% in GDP. The variables and consumption of GDP are cointegrated in the long run significantly at lag interval 10, whereas the use of lag interval 1 and 5 is not credited in the long run. Using a cointegration test with lag interval 1, 5 and 10 indicates significant for all usage slowness. So it can be summarized in the context of GDP and coordinated short-term economic consumption for all the prevailing interval lags. concluded that long-term causality test results between GDP variables and significant consumption with time intervals 5 and 10. intervals 1, 15 and 20 have no long-term causality relationship between GDP variables and consumption variables. a short-term causal model. With lagging intervals of 1, 5, 10 and 15, there is a short-term causal relationship between the variable GDP and consumption. As for the use of delay interval 20 there is no causal relationship in the short term between the variable GDP and consumption in Indonesia.
Keywords: ARDL; cointegration; granger causality; GDP; consumption (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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