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An Empirical Study on the Wealth Effect
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 Title & Authors
An Empirical Study on the Wealth Effect
Kim, Yon Hyong; Chong, Young Suk;
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 Abstract
The primary purpose of this paper is to estimate the wealth effect. We establish a linear relationships between household consumption, labor income, and stock price index. Each variable is nonstationary. And so, it contains a unit root. However, as the result of the test about cointegrating relations, the variables are cointegrated which implies the error term is stationary. The cointegrating parameter that the marginal propensity to consume out of stock price is 0.08%. The result of estimation shows the error correction is -0.62 and the significant level is also high. The error correction term indicates a rather rapid adjustment to deviations from the long run equilibrium relations.
 Keywords
Wealth effect;nonstationary;cointegration;error correction model;
 Language
Korean
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