Impact of Money Supply and Exchange Rate on Agricultural Prices in Pakistan
Author: Muhammad Sajid Iqbal

This study analyzed the long-run neutrality of money supply and exchange rate on the agricultural prices of Pakistan by using the Least Square Estimator (LSE) and Johansen & Jusileius from 1975 to 2016. The result shows that the neutrality of exchange rate does not hold in the long-run while the coefficient of money supply is insignificant in the long run emphasized the neutrality of money. There are some unobservable factors such as demand and supply empirically includes in the model shows those prices of agricultural influenced by other factors in the short and long run. Therefore, result suggests that the monetary authorities can control the exchange rate through proper policies to overcome the overshoot problem of agricultural prices in Pakistan. Supervisor:- Dr. Hassan M. Mohsin

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Supervisor: Hassan Muhammad Mohsin

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