The Effects of exchange rates, oil prices, global risk perceptions and global warming on food prices

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2012
Dağdelen, Derya
This thesis examines the relationship between food prices, oil prices, carbon emission prices, exchange rates and global risk perception. To obtain the effects of these variables on the food prices, Toda and Yamamoto procedure is employed for 5-day week daily time series covering the period February 27, 2008 and March 21, 2011. The empirical results indicate that only volatility index Granger causes food prices. Furthermore, according to results of generalized impulse response plots food prices respond to all variables in the short run.

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D. Dağdelen, “The Effects of exchange rates, oil prices, global risk perceptions and global warming on food prices,” M.B.A. - Master of Business Administration, Middle East Technical University, 2012.