dGDP

AcronymDefinition
dGDPDeoxyguanosine Diphosphate (nucleotide)
dGDPDiploma in General Dental Practice (UK)
dGDPDirectorate General of Defense Purchase (Bangladesh)
dGDPDirector, Graduate Degree Programs (US DoD)
dGDPDairy Goat Development Programme (Farm-Africa)
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Table 1 VARs for outflows subsample VAR 1 Specification Structural breaks Variable DUR UR DGDP C -0.009 -0.009 0.012 *** (0.062) (0.062) (0.003) UR(-1) -0.068 *** 0.932 *** 0.001 * (0.009) (0.009) (0.0004) DUR(-2) 0.105 *** 0.105 *** -0.001 (0.037) (0.037) (0.002) DGDP(-1) -4.287 ** -4.287 ** 0.093 (1.784) (1.784) (0.089) SB594 0.231 *** 0.231 *** -0.004 ** (0.043) (0.043) (0.002) SB844 0.297 *** 0.297 *** -0.009 *** (0.044) (0.044) (0.002) QUARTER [R.sup.2] 0.435 0.990 0.160 Adj.
The short-run results show that DGP (-1) in Models 2-4, DGP (-2) in Models 2 and 4 and DIF (-3) in Model 3 slow down private investment growth; but DGDP in Models 2-4, DGP (-3) in Model 3, DPVT in Model 3, DPVT (-1) in Model 3, DPVT (-2) in Model 3, DIF (-1) in Model 2 and 4, DIF (-2) in Model 4, DCD in Model 2, DCD (-1) in Model 2 and 4 and DTERM in Models 2-4 promote private investment growth.
During the meeting, the committee reviewed the performance of Directorate General Defence Purchase (DGDP) during the year 2015-16, number of contracts concluded, issues and future vision.
dY = dGDP - ([r.sub.f]d[[kappa].sub.f] + [[kappa].sub.f]d[r.sub.f]) (4)
where dGDP is the annualized log change in real GDP, dPDNFD is the annualized log difference of real credit, and Newey-West t statistics are given in parentheses below the regression coefficients.
where EXS is the export share of country i over total exports of the area; TECS is technological payments of country i over total technological payments of the area; KGDP is the gross fixed capital formation rate over GDP; POPS is the population of country i over total population of the area; RXP is relative export prices; IMPS is the import share of country i; GDP is the GDP of country i; RMP is relative import prices; BAL is the income level compatible with foreign constraint; PROD is the apparent productivity of the labor factor; OPEN is the degree of openness of the economy; DGDP is the GDP deflator of country y; ULC is unit labor costs of the country in question; XP is the exports deflator of country i; TXP is the total exports deflator of the area; and EXCH is the exchange rate.
Statistical definition of indicators of exogenous shocks Contributions to % change in GDP(a) Dependent % change in GDP(A) less trend growth rate variable: of GDP DGDP: Explanatory variables (all with expected positive sign) EX % change in export volume less trend % change in exports in subperiod, all as % of GDP in previous year.
Sample Autocorrelation and Partial Autocorrelation Coefficients of First Differences, 1949:1-1995:2 Lag DGDP DINV DCONS DUN DPS DDER DBAA(+) Autocorrelations 1 .36 .57 .22 .61 .14 .12 -.33 2 .21 .43 .25 24 .02 .07 -.04 3 .07 .28 .30 -.07 -.04 .13 .03 4 .05 .13 .06 -.21 -.15 .18 .07 5 -.01 -.03 .10 -.21 -.14 .11 -.18 6 .01 -.04 .09 -.10 -.02 -.06 .03 7 -.06 -.11 .02 -.10 .00 .06 .01 8 -.18 -.22 -.03 -.13 -.08 .03 .03 9 -.04 -.13 -.01 -.06 .03 .13 .02 10 .05 -.08 .05 -.04 .03 .04 .04 Partial Autocorrelations 1 .36 .57 .22 .61 .14 .12 -.33 2 .10 .16 .21 -.21 .00 .06 -.17 3 -.04 -.02 .24 -.20 .05 .11 -.05 4 .02 -.10 -.08 -.05 .14 .15 .07 Notes: Standard error of all autocorrelation coefficients is .078.
DGDP = [[Beta].sub.0] + [[Beta].sub.1]DCAP +[[Beta].sub.2]DLAB + [[Beta].sub.3]SIZE + [Mu].