Is there really Granger causality between energy use and output?
We carry out a meta-analysis of the very large literature on Granger causality tests between energy use and economic output to determine if there is a genuine effect in this literature or whether the large number of apparently significant results is due to publication and misspecification bias. Our model extends the standard meta-regression model for detecting genuine effects using the statistical power trace in the presence of publication biases by controlling for the tendency to over-fit...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Crawford School of Public Policy|
|Source:||The Energy Journal|
|Access Rights:||Open Access|
|Stern_IsThereReallyGranger_2013.pdf||2.07 MB||Adobe PDF|
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