yearly observations of 31 countries from 1963 to 1986
number of observations : 744
country : developing countries
economic topic : macroeconomics
econometrics topic : endogeneity
A dataframe containing :
nominal exports deflated by the unit value of exports per capita
nominal imports deflated by the unit value of exports per capita
official foreing reserves (in US dollars) divided by nominal imports (in US dollars)
real GNP per capita
trend real GNP per capita calculated by fitting linear trend yit*=y0iexp(gi t), where y0i is the initial value of real gnp per capita for country i and gi is the ith country's average growth rate over 1964-1986
real genp for USA per capita
unit value of imports (in US dollars), 1980 = 100
unit value of exports (in US dollars), 1980 = 100
domestic CPI, 1980 = 100
uS producer's price index, 1980 = 100
exchange rate (price of US dollars in local currency), 1980 = 1
domestic consumption per capita,
domestic fixed gross investment per capita
domestic disposable income per capita
official foreing reserves (in US dollars)
domestic money supply per capita
trend dummy, 1964 = 1
log of us producer price index divided by domestic cpi
log of nominal imports divided by export prices
log of imports price divided by domestic cpi
log of exports price divided by domestic cpi
Journal of Applied Econometrics data archive : http://jae.wiley.com/jae/.
Kinal, T. and K. Lahiri (1993) “On the estimation of simultaneous-equations error-components models with an application to a model of developing country foreign trade”, Journal of Applied Economics, 8, 81-92.
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