# Questions tagged [co-integration]

Two or more non-stationary, integrated variables are cointegrated if there exists a linear combination of those variables which is integrated of a lower order, e.g. stationary.

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### In Panel Data models, could we apply the existing Unit Root Tests (i.e. IPS) to the residuals in order to test for Cointegration?

The Engle Granger approach suggests that we check the regression residuals stationarity with ADF test and if the residuals are stationary, even if not all other model variables are, we can say there ...
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### Purchasing power parity and cointegrating vectors

I am testing for the existence of purchasing power parity (PPP) relationships using cointegration tests, among others, and I am a bit tempted to test whether or not my cointegrating vectors are equal ...
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### Cointegration in stock market between different market places

Hi guys im interested in cointegration in stock market between Brazil, USA, London, China, India, Argentina and Hong Kong. Since I want to compare each country’s index to the BR index, how do i do to ...
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### Sources of Growth and co-integration: production function approach

I am experimenting with time series data to gauge the importance of factors of production i.e. labour force, capital stock, energy, land, etc. in output growth. One venue I am looking into is the ...
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### What should I do before an OLS regression and Johansen cointegration test with time series data?

I have to make a regression with real exports as the dependent and then an aggregated GDP income variable and the real effective exchange rate as independent variables. My variables are time series (...
Suppose I have two variables - $y_t$ and $x_t$ - which are cointegrated. I believe that (i) $y_t$ responds to deviations from the long-run equilibrium, (ii) the long-run elasticity of $y_t$ with ...