Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
Sections I, II, and IV of this dissertation contain rigorous empirical evidence on the impacts of domestic credit conditions, proxied by money supply on agricultural aggregates. All the sections employ unconstrained vector autoregression methods. Section III employs a maximum likelihood estimation procedure to identify more parsimonious models confirming earlier contentions of the importance of money on Australian agriculture.
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Sanni, T.A, "Macro-econometric analysis of the effects of domestic credit conditions and monetary innovations on agriculture by vector-autoregression methods: United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, and Nigeria " (1986). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 8037.