An empirical analysis of Malaysian palm oil export to world major palm oil importing countries
Nur Ain Mohd Hassan (),
Kalsom Zakaria (),
Kamalrudin Mohamed Salleh () and
Siti Mashani Ahmad ()
Operations Research and Decisions, 2023, vol. 33, issue 1, 61-73
The paper explores the long-term causal relationships of Malaysian palm oil exports with the real effective exchange rate of the respective importing countries, palm oil consumption, vegetable oil production, and GDP growth. The study applied panel cointegration and causality approaches based on data from 10 main palm oil importing countries between 2004 and 2018. The impacts of economic growth, the effective real exchange rate, and the production of other vegetable oils by the main palm oil importing countries on Malaysian palm oil exports were found to be negative. However, palm oil consumption by the main palm oil importers was found to be a statistically significant positive determinant of Malaysian palm oil exports. This finding indicates that consumption has a direct positive effect on the demand for exports. A panel Granger causality analysis revealed a unidirectional causality between importing countries’ production of other vegetable oils and Malaysian exports of palm oil.
Keywords: panel cointegration; FMOLS; palm oil export; Granger causality (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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