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Self-Selection and the Returns to Geographic Mobility: What Can Be Learned from the German Reunification ?Experiment?

Zaiceva, Anzelika

This paper investigates the causal effect of geographic labour mobility on income. The returns to German East-West migration and commuting are estimated exploiting the structure of centrally planned economies and a "natural experiment" of German reunification for identification. I find that migratio...

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Predicting the causal agent in verbally described social interactions

Højvig, Mette; Tumasjan, Andranik; Spörrle, Matthias

Implicit causality in interpersonal verbs (i.e., causal assumptions about the initiator of a social interaction) has been extensively investigated, especially in English and German language (cf. Rudolph & Försterling, 1997). The present study is the first to investigate verb causality inDanish lang...

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Nested communities of alpine plants on isolated mountains: relative importance of colonization and extinction

Bruun, Hans Henrik; Moen, Jon

Aim This paper seeks to investigate whether alpine floras on isolated mountains in boreal forest show nestedness, and, if that is the case, to determine whether selective extinction or colonization is the likely cause of the observed patterns.Location Isolated mountains in the boreal coniferous for...

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Latent variable modeling and applications to causality : [... papers presented at the 1994 UCLA Conference on Latent Variable Modeling and Applications to Causality]

Conference on Latent Variable Modeling and Application to Causality < 1994, Berkeley, Calif.>; University of California < Berkeley, Calif.> / Los Angeles Campus
1997-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Is a Newspaper's Companion Website a Competing Outlet Channel for the Print Version?

Kaiser, Ulrich

This paper uses Granger non-causality tests to analyze if channel competition exists between the companion websites of 93 German newspapers observed between I/1998 and II/2005. It provides econometric evidence for significant negative effects of companion website traffic on the print circulation of ...

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Is a Newspaper's Companion Website a Competing Outlet Channel for the Print Version?

Kaiser, Ulrich

This paper uses Granger non{causality tests to analyze if channel competition exists between the companion websites of 93 German newspapers observed between I/1998 and II/2005. It provides econometric evidence for significant negative effects of companion website tra?c on the print circulation of na...

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Forecasting economic activity in Germany: how useful are sentiment indicators?

Schröder, Michael; Hüfner, Felix P.

We analyze four economic sentiment indicators for the German economy regarding their ability to forecast economic activity. Using cross correlations and Granger causality tests we find that the ifo business expectations (ifo), the Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) and the ZEW Indicator of Economic Sen...

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Forecasting Economic Activity in Germany – How Useful are Sentiment Indicators?

Hüfner, Felix P.; Schröder, Michael

We analyze four economic sentiment indicators for the German economy regarding their ability to forecast economic activity. Using cross correlations and Granger causality tests we find that the ifo business expectations (ifo), the Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) and the ZEW Indicator of Economic Sen...

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Financial development and economic growth: evidence from ten new EU members

Caporale, Guglielmo Maria; Rault, Christophe; Sova, Robert; Sova, Anamaria

This paper reviews the main features of the banking and financial sector in ten new EU members, and then examines the relationship between financial development and economic growth in these countries by estimating a dynamic panel model over the period 1994-2007. The evidence suggests that the stock ...

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Energy consumption and economic growth: New insights into the cointegration relationship

Belke, Ansgar; Dreger, Christian; Haan, Frauke de

This paper examines the long-run relationship between energy consumption and real GDP, including energy prices, for 25 OECD countries from 1981 to 2007. The distinction between common factors and idiosyncratic components using principal component analysis allows to distinguish between developments o...

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Do Oil-Rich GCC Countries Finance US Current Account Deficit?

Hammoudeh, Shawkat; Sari, Ramazan; Alesia, Eisa

Given the secrecy that wraps the flows of the GCC countries petrodollar surpluses to the United States and the pressures on these countries to spend and recycle more, this study attempts to uncover the direct and reverse causal relationships between the GCC financial accounts and the US current acc...

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Determinants of Business Cycles in Small Scale Macroeconomic Models: The German Case

Maussner, Alfred; Spatz, Julius

We identify measures of shocks to total factor productivity and preferences from two real business cycle models and subject them to Granger causality tests to see whether they can be considered exogenous to other plausible sources of the German business cycle. For the period 60.i to 89.iv no variabl...

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Correlation vs. causality in stock market comovement

Weber, Enzo

This paper seeks to disentangle the sources of correlations between high-, mid- and low-cap stock indexes from the German prime standard. In principle, such comovement can arise from direct spillover between the variables or due to common factors. By standard means, these different components are ob...

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Correlation vs. Causality in Stock Market Comovement

Weber, Enzo

This paper seeks to disentangle the sources of correlations between high-, mid- and lowcap stock indexes from the German prime standard. In principle, such comovement can arise from direct spillover between the variables or due to common factors. By standard means, these different components are obv...

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