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000015292 245__ $$aINVESTIGATING THE "COMPLEMENTARITY HYPOTHESIS" IN GREEK AGRICULTURE: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS
000015292 260__ $$c2001-04
000015292 269__ $$a2001-04
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000015292 336__ $$aJournal Article
000015292 446__ $$aEnglish
000015292 520__ $$aThis study investigates determinants of private capital formation in Greek agriculture and tests the "complementarity" against the "crowding out" hypothesis using multivariate cointegration techniques and ECVAR modeling in conjunction with variance decomposition and impulse response analysis.  The results provide evidence of a significant positive causal effect of government spending on private capital formation, thus supporting the "complementarity" hypothesis for Greek agriculture.
000015292 650__ $$aAgricultural Finance
000015292 6531_ $$aagriculture
000015292 6531_ $$acointegration
000015292 6531_ $$acomplementarity hypothesis
000015292 6531_ $$aGreece
000015292 6531_ $$ainnovation accounting
000015292 6531_ $$ainvestment
000015292 700__ $$aKatrakilidis, Constantinos P.
000015292 700__ $$aTabakis, Nikolaos M.
000015292 773__ $$dApril 2001$$jVolume 33$$kNumber 1$$o198$$q189$$tJournal of Agricultural and Applied Economics
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000015292 982__ $$gJournal of Agricultural and Applied Economics>Volume 33, Number 01, April 2001
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