2 edition of **error term in the history of time series econometrics** found in the catalog.

error term in the history of time series econometrics

Qin, Duo.

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Published
**1997**
by University of London, Queen Mary and Westfield College, Department of Economics in London
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Duo Qin, Christopher L. Gilbert. |

Series | Paper / Queen Mary and Westfield College, Department of Economics -- no.369, Paper (Queen Mary and Westfield College, Department of Economics) -- no.369. |

Contributions | Gilbert, Christopher L. |

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Open Library | OL17151217M |

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Roughly speaking, the term persistence in time series context is often related to the notion of memory properties of time series. To put it another way, you have a persistent time series process if the effect of infinitesimally (very) small shock will be influencing the future predictions of . 14 Introduction to Time Series Regression and Forecasting. Time series data is data is collected for a single entity over time. This is fundamentally different from cross-section data which is data on multiple entities at the same point in time. Time series data allows .

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Since theoretical models were at that time mostly static, the structural modelling strategy relegated the dynamics in time-series data frequently to nuisance, atheoretical complications. Revival of the shock interpretation in theoretical models came about through the rational expectations movement and development of the VAR (Vector.

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I Should only be taught as a stepping stone Robust I Appropriate for AR and ADL I Inappropriate for non-dynamic regression or DL HAC I Important for regression or DL Bruce Hansen. Stationarity, Lag Operator, ARMA, and Covariance Structure.

Introduction. History { popular in early 90s, making comeback now. The main diﬁerence between time series econometrics and cross-section is in dependence structure. Cross-section econometrics mainly deals with i.i.d. observations, while in time series each new arriving observation.

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