Applying a general equilibrium model and the Newey-West method, this article finds that real output in China has a positive relationship with real M2, the government deficit/GDP ratio, and the real stock price and a negative relationship with real appreciation. The expected inflation rate is insignificant. It is estimated that when the real effective exchange rate rises 1%, real GDP in China is expected to decrease by 0.938% and that a 1% increase in real stock prices would raise output by 0.126%.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Economics and Econometrics