Determinants of inflation in Namibia: A co-integration approach

  title={Determinants of inflation in Namibia: A co-integration approach},
  author={Valdemar Jo{\~a}o Undji and Teresia Kaulihowa},
The paper aims to examine the determinants of inflation in Namibia for the period 1993–2013. It was necessitated by the recent increase in consumer prices as world economies remain volatile. Moreover, theoretical and empirical predictions are not without ambiguities on the determinants of inflation in any given economy. The paper employed a co-integration technique to assess the determinants of inflation in Namibia. Empirical results suggest that inflation was mainly driven by imports and… 

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