Travel Hysteresis in the US Current Account After the Mid-1980s
Guilherme Moura () and
Sergio Da Silva ()
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Roberto Meurer: Federal University of Santa Catarina
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Following the real appreciation of the US dollar in the first half of the 1980s, travel expenditures in the current account soared. Employing standard regression techniques as well as Markov-switching regime analysis we show that such expenditures did not return to their pre- appreciation levels thereafter. The permanent increase suggests the presence of travel hysteresis in the US current account after the mid- 1980s.
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Journal Article: Travel hysteresis in the US current account after the mid-1980s (2005)
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