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This paper studies the relationship between GDP fluctuations and long-run economic growth by using macro-panel approach (with small N and large T) in a panel of five selected South Asian countries (SSAC) including Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, over a period of 1980-2010. For this purpose, modern non-stationary panel techniques such as the cross section dependence test, unit root test under cross sectional dependence, panel cointegration and Group Mean Fully Modified OLSdoi:10.2139/ssrn.2071509 fatcat:n32l4u3jcnh2dgjyiusnfvhpq4