Macroeconomic dataset for generating macroeconomic volatility among selected countries in the Asia Pacific region

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Yee Peng Chow; Junaina Muhammad; Bany Ariffin Amin Noordin; Fan Fah Cheng;
(2017)

This data article provides macroeconomic data that can be used to generate macroeconomic volatility. The data cover a sample of seven selected countries in the Asia Pacific region for the period 2004–2014, including both developing and developed countries. This dataset ... View more
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