Exchange Rate Volatility And Economic Growth In Nigeria
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Exchange Rate Volatility And Economic Growth In Nigeria
This study seeks to evaluate the effect of exchange rate volatility on economic growth in selected WAMZ nations (Nigeria and Ghana) on the basis of annual data from 1980 to 2011. A review of the literature reveals that exchange rate volatility can have either positive or negative effect on economic growth. The empirical analysis began with testing for stationarity of the variables by applying the Augmented Dickey-Fuller (ADF). This was followed by co-integration test of the model. The unit root test results show that all variables were integrated at order one, that is I(1)). Also, co-integration analysis indicated that variables are co-integrated. Employing the Generalised Autoregressive ConDownloadViews: 356

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