FIGURES & DATA
The Impact of Direct and Indirect Taxes on the Growth of the Turkish Economy*
https://doi.org/10.3326/pse.43.3.5 | Published online: September 14, 2019
The advantages and disadvantages of indirect taxes
Source: Özdemir (2009:17-18)
Note: * Indicates a significance level of 5%
Unit root test results
Note: * Indicates a significance level of 1%. Figures in parentheses are critical values of test statistics. Schwarz information criterion is used.
ARDL bound-testing cointegration results
ARDL long-term estimation results
ARDL error correction approach estimates (short-term estimation)
Diagnostic test results
Plots of cumulative sum (CUSUM) and cumulative sum of squares (CUSUMSQ)
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