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The Quantity Theory of Money: Evidence from the United States

By Jamie Emerson

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In this paper cointegration analysis is used to examine the long-run relationship between money, prices, output, and interest rates. This paper finds convincing evidence in support of the quantity theory of money using time series data from the United States.Cointegration

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