This study proposes a five-step statistical procedure to examine a linkage among export diversification, mean-reversion of exports, and stability of the export–growth causality. This linkage was assessed for France, Norway, and Switzerland between 1980Q1 and 2016Q4. The findings
indicated that the mean-reversion tendency of the export sectors in France and Switzerland was stronger than in Norway, which highlighted the important role of export activities for economic growth in France and Switzerland. Also, the causal relationship between exports and economic growth
in Norway was found to be more unstable than in France, but more stable than in Switzerland.
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mean-reversion of exports;
stability of export–growth causality
Document Type: Research Article
Asia–Europe Institute, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Department of Economics, Pennsylvania State University at Mont Alto, Mont Alto, Pennsylvania, USA
Department of Economics, Institute of Business Administration, Karachi, Pakistan
Publication date: May 4, 2019
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