## PPP and the real exchange rate-real interest rate differential puzzle revisited: evidence from non-stationary panel data

*Georgios E. Chortareas*;

*Rebecca L. Driver*;

This paper examines the evidence for two of the relationships that underpin (explicitly or implicitly) much of international macroeconomics. The first is purchasing power parity (PPP), or the hypothesis that there exists a constant long-run equilibrium real exchange rat... View more

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