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Applied Economics Letters

Volume 10, Issue 3, 2003

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Testing for breaks in inertia: an alternative approach

Testing for breaks in inertia: an alternative approach

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Ricardo Gottschalka

pages 161-163

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This paper tests for breaks in inflation inertia. It proposes an alternative method that can be relied upon when inflation follows a stationary process that fluctuates around a segmented deterministic trend. This method is then applied to the Brazilian case.

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