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Document Type: | Book |
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All Authors / Contributors: |
Anindya Banerjee; et al |

ISBN: | 0198287003 9780198287001 0198288107 9780198288107 |

OCLC Number: | 26305706 |

Description: | xiii, 329 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. |

Contents: | Introduction and Overview --- Equilibrium relationships and the long run --- Stationarity and equilibrium relationships --- Equilibrium and the specification of dynamic models --- Estimation of long-run relationships and testing for orders of integration and co-integration --- Preliminary concepts and definitions --- Data representation and transformations --- Examples: typical ARMA processes --- Empirical time series: money, prices, output, and interest rates --- Outline of later chapters --- Appendix --- Linear Transformations, Error Correction, and the Long Run in Dynamic Regression --- Transformations of a simple model --- The error-correction model --- Bardsen and Bewley transformations --- Equivalence of estimates from different transformations --- Homogeneity and the ECM as a linear transformation of the ADL --- Variances of estimates of long-run multipliers --- Expectational variables and the interpretation of long-run solutions --- Properties of Integrated Processes --- Spurious regression --- Trends and random walks --- Some statistical features of integrated processes --- Asymptotic theory for integrated processes --- Using Wiener distribution theory --- Near-integrated processes --- Testing for a Unit Root --- Similar tests and exogenous regressors in the DGP --- General dynamic models for the process of interest --- Non-parametric tests for a unit root --- Tests on more than one parameter --- Further extensions --- Asymptotic distributions of test statistics --- Co-integration --- Polynomial matrices --- Integration and co-integration: formal definitions and theorems --- Significance of alternative representations --- Alternative representations of co-integrated variables: two examples --- Engle-Granger two-step procedure --- Regression with Integrated Variables --- Unbalanced regressions and orthogonality tests --- Dynamic regressions --- Functional forms and transformations --- Appendix: Vector Brownian Motion --- Co-integration in Individual Equations --- Estimating a single co-integrating vector --- Tests for co-integration in a single equation --- Response surfaces for critical rabies --- Finite-sample biases in OLS estimates --- Powers of single-equation co-integration tests --- An empirical illustration --- Fully modified estimation --- A fully modified least-squares estimator --- Dynamic specification --- Appendix: Covariance Matrices --- Co-integration in Systems of Equations --- Co-integration and error correction --- Estimating co-integrating vectors in systems --- Inference about the co-integration space --- An empirical illustration --- A second example of the Johansen maximum likelihood approach --- Asymptotic distributions of estimators of co-integrating vectors in I(1) systems --- Conclusion. |

Series Title: | Advanced texts in econometrics. |

Responsibility: | Anindya Banerjee ... [et al.]. |

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