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This dissertation builds upon the analysis that I have already undertaken for my Econometrics project titled “Modeling Money Demand in Canada”. It is an attempt to investigate for co-integration by remodeling the Money Demand specification from the project, considering a time span from January 1985 to September 2006: the same as used for the project, using data for Canada. As a comparison it is also analyzed whether the resulting specification thus uncovered is also valid for the United States of America. This paper is based upon the analysis conducted by some of the key researchers in the field of Money Demand Modeling. Using some of the most recent techniques in Cointegration Analysis, this paper establishes the presence of a long term relationship for the variables considered, both for Canada and the US, thus suggesting a possible specification for the Money Demand function. This dissertation provides a general overview of some of the key issues in Money Demand Modeling and explains various techniques employed in Cointegration analysis.

  • 20,000 words – 137 pages in length
  • Excellent in depth analysis
  • Good use of literature
  • Excellent use of economic models
  • Ideal for economics students

1: Introduction

2: Literature Review

3: Data Description
The Order Of Integration

4: The Long Run Equation

5: Cointegration Analysis; Using Engle And Granger Approach

6: VAR Analysis

7: Johansen Approach

8: Impulse Response And Granger Causality

9: Conclusion

10: Appendix: Canadian Data Set (C)

11: Appendix Section


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