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Economic and Financial Review

Publisher

Research Department, Central Bank of Nigeria

Keywords

Broad Money Demand, Financial Liberalization, Broad Money, South Africa

Abstract

The paper, therefore, tried to study the stability of money demand using different estimation procedures under a financially liberalized economy (South Africa). This was done by developing a fixed-coefficient error-correction model for broad money demand function for the period 1971 to 2000, after which quarterly forecasts were generated for 2001 and 2002, using a varying-parameter regression model.

Issue

44

Volume

1

Recommended Citation

Abdullahi, Abdurrahman. (2006). Broad Money Demand and Financial Liberalization in South Africa: a review. Economic and Financial Review, 44(1), 149-153.

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