Evaluating dynamic econometric models by encompassing the VAR by David F. Hendry

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Statementby David F. Hendry and Grayham E. Mizon.
SeriesDiscussion papers in economics and econometrics -- 9011
ContributionsMizon, Grayham E., University of Southampton. Department of Economics.
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Empirically, more than one model can appear to be congruent, but that which encompasses its rivals is dominant and will encompass all models nested within it and accurately predict the mis-specifications of non-congruent models. Evaluating dynamic econometric models by encompassing the VAR.

In Models, Methods and Applications of Econometrics, ed. Phillips. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Google Scholar. Hendry, D. and Mizon, G. Forecasting in the presence of structural breaks and policy regime shifts.

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Weak, strong, and super exogeneity are discussed in general; and these concepts are then applied to the use of econometric models in policy analysis when the variables are cointegrated. Neil R. Ericsson and Jaime Marquez (), 'Encompassing the Forecasts of U.S. Trade Balance Models' David F.

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Lovell (), 'Data Mining' Frank T. Denton (), 'Data Mining as an Industry' (2)] from which it is derived, so Hendry and Mizon's () VAR-encompassing test is a natural one to use. Even when the assumptions for a structural ECM are statistically valid, the economic interpretability of the identified and diagonal A will depend upon the particular data Cited by: This book has been cited by the following publications.

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Most of the formulae for the computed statistics are more conveniently presented in the next section on simple dynamic regressions, but the t-statistic is defined (e.g., for α̂) as t α = α̂/ SE (α̂), using the formula in ().Critical values are derived from the reponse surfaces in MacKinnon (), and depend on whether a constant, or constant and trend, are included (seasonals are ignored).

gest that existing econometric models can be improved by building dy-namic models that are motivated by reference to dynamic economic the-ory, and which impose the cross-equation restrictions characteristic of that theory. Muth (Chap. 17), Wallis (Chap. 18), and Chow (Chap.

19) de-scribe econometric methods for estimating models of this type. Traditional econometric analysis concentrates on classical methods which are far from suitable for handling actual economic problems.

They can only be used as a starting point for students to learn basic econometrics and as a reference point for more advanced methods. models model data regression variables analysis. autoregressive (VAR) models. VAR models are the popular forecasting tool in many applied areas, but high dimensionality of data is widely acknowledged as a significant hurdle for their efficient application.

Sparse specifications of VAR models are designed to overcome this problem and keep the model specification parsimonious and Size: 2MB. Traditional econometric analysis concentrate on classical methods which are far from suitable handling actual economic problems.

Modern econometric analysis tries to develop new approaches from an economic perspective. As a consequence, there is less of a. In specifying it, econometric methodology plays a fundamental role, and we address issues of empirical model design and evaluation, cointegration, exogeneity, policy analysis, and encompassing.

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The VAR model represents a general linear model which specifies the stock return as a function of its own past and the past of its predictor. For the predictive regression and VAR models, we employ bias-corrected parameter estimation to construct prediction intervals free from small sample estimation bias (see Stambaugh, ).Author: Amélie Charles, Olivier Darné, Jae H.


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