Commodity and manufactures prices in the long run /

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Author / Creator:Boughton, James M., author.
Imprint:[Washington, D.C.] : International Monetary Fund, Research Department, 1991.
Description:1 online resource (iii, 23 pages, 6 unnumbered leaves of plates inserted) : illustrations.
Language:English
Series:IMF working paper ; WP/91/47
IMF working paper ; WP/91/47.
Subject:Primary commodities -- Prices -- Econometric models.
Produits manufacturés -- Commercialisation.
Produits manufacturés -- Prix.
Primary commodities -- Prices -- Econometric models.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12497418
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Other authors / contributors:International Monetary Fund. Research Department, issuing body.
ISBN:1455279633
9781455279630
Notes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 21-23).
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Summary:The low level of primary commodity prices since 1985 is examined in the context of the behavior of those prices relative to prices of manufactured goods since 1854. the Prebisch-Singer hypothesis of a secular decline in relative commodity prices is sustained, but the recent decline is shown to be well outside the realm of historical experience. Commodity and manufactures prices are found to be cointegrated, conditional on the negative trend and a number of unexplained short-term swings. the earlier finding of a Gibson paradox is explained in terms of the difference between short- and long-run relationships.
Other form:Print version: Boughton, James M. Commodity and manufactures prices in the long run. [Washington, D.C.] : International Monetary Fund, 1991