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Inflation and growth: Positive or negative relationship?
(A N S I Network, 2008)
This study has been motivated by two developments. Firstly, by the vast literature on the relationship between inflation and growth which is abundantly endowed with diverse theoretical explanations and contradictory evidence ...
The effects of changes in the anticipated and unanticipated fed funds target rate on financial indicators: the case of an emerging market country-Turkey
(European Journals Inc., 2007)
This paper puts forward the thesis that neither the changes in FED Funds anticipated target rate nor the FED Funds unanticipated target changes can be expected to affect the financial indicators of all emerging markets. ...
The centre and periphery relations in international stock markets
Encouraged by the findings of the recent studies it is argued that a kind of centre-periphery relation has been emerging between the equity markets of the developed and less developed countries. To test the argument the ...
The relationship between different price indexes: a set of evidence from inflation targeting countries
(I O S Press, 2006)
The possible long-run relationships between the Consumer Price Index and the Wholesale Price Index are analyzed for three inflation targeting countries - Canada, Sweden and the UK - using three different statistical ...
Inflation uncertainty and interest rates: Is the Fisher relation universal?
This paper tests the validity of the Fisher hypothesis, which establishes a positive relation between interest rates and expected inflation, for the G7 countries and 45 developing economies. For this purpose, we estimate ...