The Empirics of U.S. Philips Curve: A Revisit

Islam, Faridul; Hassan, Kabir; Mustafa, Muhammad; Rahman, Matiur
January 2003
American Business Review;Jan2003, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p107
Academic Journal
Examines the possible negative cointegrating relation between inflation and unemployment rates in the United States. Macroeconomic policy tool; Determinant of inflation; Implementation of the bivariate cointegration and error-correction models.


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