IUP Journal of Applied Economics

Provides articles on micro, macro, development and energy economics.

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 2, April

Cause-Effect Relation between National Milk Supply and the Price Paid to Brazilian Milk Producers: An Empirical Analysis
This paper analyzes the cause-effect relation between national milk supply and the price paid to Brazilian producers. It also seeks to model the expected returns on a monthly basis for the price of milk paid to producers in Brazil. Logarithmic returns...
Do Stock Returns in India Follow a Random Walk?
The study re-examines the McKinnon-Shaw financial liberalization hypothesis, which posits simply that high real deposit interest rates increase financial savings, which in turn lead to increase in the quantity and quality of domestic investment. More...
Economy-Wide Modeling: Past, Present and Future[dagger]
The need for an empirical macroeconometric model with an appropriate theoretical basis has markedly grown in recent years. This is largely because under the new economic policy regime, introduced two decades back, different segments of the economy have...
Evaluating the Technical Efficiency of Elementary Education in India: An Application of DEA
This paper assesses the technical efficiency and efficiency differences in elementary education system across Indian states by using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) and regression model. It considers different educational outcome variables such as enrolment...
Interest Rate Deregulation and Private Investment: Revisiting the McKinnon-Shaw Hypothesis in Ghana
The study re-examines the McKinnon-Shaw financial liberalization hypothesis, which posits simply that high real deposit interest rates increase financial savings, which in turn lead to increase in the quantity and quality of domestic investment. More...
Is Long-Run Demand for Money Stable in India? - an Application of the Gregory-Hansen Model[dagger]
The paper is an attempt to analyze the behavior of money demand function in India using annual data for the period 1953-2008. Gregory and Hansen (1996) cointegration results show the presence of cointegration between demand for money, real GDP and nominal...
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