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    Taylor and Sarno (1998) show that the JLR test statistic in (8) is asymptotically distributed as χ21() under the null hypothesis. The JLR multivariate test employed here offers important methodological advantages over first-generation panel-unit root tests proposed by Levin and Lin (1992, 1993),
    Im et al. (1995),
    O'Connell (1998), and others. Such tests have as their null hypothesis that all variables in the panel are realizations of unit-root processes. Hence, this null will be rejected if even one of the series in the panel is stationary.