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100 1  Obiora, Kingsley I 
245 10 Do Trading Partners Still Matter for Nigeria's Growth? A 
       Contribution to the Debateon Decoupling and Spillovers 
264  1 Washington :|bInternational Monetary Fund,|c2009 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    1 online resource (31 pages) 
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490 1  IMF Working Papers 
505 0  Intro -- Contents -- I. Introduction -- II. Trade and 
       Financial Linkages -- III. Description of Data -- IV. 
       Methodology -- V. Results -- A. Base Vector Autoregression
       Model -- B. Extended Vector Autoregression Model -- VI. 
       Channels of Spillovers -- VII. Conclusions and Lessons for
       Policy -- Tables -- 1. Partnership  Between Nigerian Banks
       and Foreign Asset Managers -- 2. Results of Unit Root 
       Tests Using the Ng-Perron Procedure -- 3. Lag Length 
       Selection -- 4. Variance Decomposition for Nigeria's Real 
       GDP (Base VAR Model) -- 5. Variance Decomposition for 
       Nigeria's Real GDP (Extended VAR Model) -- Figures -- 1. 
       Nigeria's Trade  Openness (in percent of GDP, 1991-2008) -
       - 2. Nigeria: Direction of Trade in Goods and Services (in
       percent of total, 1990-2007) -- 3 Nigeria: Main Exports 
       Markets in the EU (1990-2007) -- 4. Net Foreign Direct 
       Investment in Nigeria (in billions of US Dollars, 1980-
       2008) -- 5. Remittances to Nigeria (in millions of US 
       Dollars, 1995-2007) -- 6. Business Cycle Correlations 
       Between Nigeria and its Key Trading Partners -- 7. 
       Quarterly Real GDP Growth Rates -- 8. Nigeria: GDP Growth 
       Responses to 1 Percent Shocks from Major Trading Partners 
       and PPP-implied Exchange Rate (Base VAR Model)……. -- 9. 
       Nigeria: GDP Growth Responses to 1 Percent Shocks from 
       Major Trading Partners, Oil Price Growth, and PPP-implied 
       Exchange Rate (Extended VAR Model)……. -- 10. 
       Decomposition of Spillovers from Nigeria's Key Trading 
       Partners -- References -- Appendix -- 1. VAR  Granger  
       Causality/Block Exogeneity Wald Test 
520    Should policymakers still be concerned about economic 
       growth in trading partners? Have developing and emerging 
       market countries decoupled from the US enough to grow 
       despite significant recession in the US? Using VAR models,
       this paper addresses these questions for Nigeria in the 
       context of the global crisis. The results seem to debunk 
       the "decoupling theory" and suggest there are still 
       significant spillovers from Nigeria''s main trading 
       partners, including the US, with trade and commodity price
       linkages being the dominant transmission channels. Given 
       the sharp fall in both trade financing and commodity 
       prices in aftermath of the crisis, these results provide 
       some explanation to the realization of adverse second-
       round effects in Nigeria 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009.;Financial crises -- 
       Nigeria -- Econometric models.;Nigeria -- Commerce -- 
       Econometric models.;Nigeria -- Economic conditions -- 
       Econometric models 
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