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Historical Description of the Peruvian Hyperinflation of the 1990s
Two Unit Roots Exogenous Money Supply Hyperinflation
Dynamic Laffer Curve
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Administration Akaike Information Criterion analytic derivatives balances and money Bidirectional Granger Causality bubbles or sunspots Central Bank change of regime cointegrated consumer price index covariance stationary process deficit demand for money deposits denominated dollar bills dollar deposits domestic currency dynamic Laffer curve eigenvalue endogenous estimated parameters exchange rate exogenous money supply Figure German hyperinflation Granger-causality high inflation equilibrium Impulse response increased innovation to Prices J-step-Ahead Predicition Error j-step-ahead prediction likelihood function Maximum Likelihood Estimation Mi/Pi monetary base money acceleration money and prices money creation money growth money supply process money supply rule observations paquetazos Peru Peruvian and German Peruvian hyperinflation prediction errors Price Acceleration prices and money printing money rate of money rational expectations real balances real interest rates real money base revenues from money Sargent Sargent-Wallace Model seigniorage shocks space representation stabilization standard errors stationary equilibria stochastic transition matrix unit roots wrong side