Savings and investment rates in Latin America: An error correction analysis
Using savings and investment rates from fifteen Latin and Central American countries, this study explores the possibility of a long-run relationship between saving and investment. The analysis consists of regressions, unit root tests, and an error correction model developed by Jansen and Schulze (1996) and Jansen (1996). Of the 15 countries, there is evidence to substantiate capital mobility in 13 countries. For Chile and Uruguay, countries that have experienced considerable capital controls, evidence indicates the lack of capital mobility for these two countries.
Journal of Economics and Finance
Van Rensselaer, K., & Copeland, J. (2000). Savings and investment rates in Latin America: An error correction analysis. Journal of Economics and Finance. Retrieved from https://ir.una.edu/feda_facpub/20