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Browsing School of Economics and Finance · Te Kura Ohaoha Pūtea: Working Paper Series by Author "Shaar, Karam"

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  • Shaar, Karam (Victoria University of Wellington, 2019)
    The common theme of the three papers in this thesis is the focus on the impact of data choices on empirical research in Economics. Such choices can be about the source of data; should we source the data from country A or ...
  • Shaar, Karam (2017)
    When two countries report different values about trading with each other, the globally endemic phenomenon of trade data discrepancy arises. Substantial discrepancy in claims raises serious concerns about the quality of ...
  • Shaar, Karam; Baharumshah, Ahmad Zubaidi (2016)
    The US and China report substantially different figures regarding their trade with each other. Empirical studies suggest that neither the US nor China can be solely blamed for this discrepancy. Previous empirical studies ...
  • Shaar, Karam; Baharumshah, Ahmad Zubaidi (2016)
    Econometric studies investigating the US-China trade have largely retrieved data from one side only, mainly the US. There is a considerable difference between what each partner claims to have actually traded with the other. ...
  • Shaar, Karam; Khaled, Mohammed (2017)
    This study suggests that testing the impact of exchange rate on trade should be done using high frequency data. Using different data frequencies for identical periods and specifications between the US and Canada, we show ...

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