Author Name: Cesar Perez Lopez
Publisher Name: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Edition: First Edition
Publication Date: Oct 30, 2013
Number of Pages: 222 pages
Language of the Book: English
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Short about the book:
Usually variables that appear how explanatory in econometric models are supposed related at one time with the endogenous variable, so usually the temporary subscripts of all variables are equal. However, economic theory, econometrics, and other sciences lead us to relationship dynamic between the variables, since the impacts between variables can become manifest in later periods or extended to many periods. In this way appear dynamic models with variables out in time. Dynamic models usually seen three different situations according to the variables affected by delays. It may be that the delays involved only to exogenous variables, only the endogenous variable or simultaneously to endogenous and exogenous variables. This book covers a wide typology of dynamic models including models with distributed delays, models with stochastic regressors, models with structural change and dynamic panel data models. Widely is the theory of unit roots, the Cointegration and error correction models. And all this from a perspective multi-software, using the latest software on the market suitable for these non-trivial econometric tasks (SAS, EVIEWS, SPSS and STATA). The book develops the following themes: Dynamic models Dynamic models with delays in exogenous variables Dynamic models with delays in the endogenous variable Dynamic models with delays in the endogenous variable and the exogenous variables simultaneously Special types of dynamic models Models with finite distributed delays Models with distributed delays infinite EVIEWS and the specific dynamic models SPSS and the dynamic models SPSS and dynamic models with stochastic regressors. instrumental variables EVIEWS and dynamic models with stochastic regressors. instrumental variables SAS and the dynamic models Stable models. Structural change, unit roots and cointegration Structural stability in econometric models Parameters constant in time and prediction of Chow test Chow prediction test Structural Change and Chow test Recursive models: contrasts based on recursive estimation CUSUM and CUSUMQ tests Unstable models: spurious regressions Stationary time series. Detecting stationarity Seasonality detection Unit roots test Dickey-Fuller Unit Roots Tests Phillips-Perron Unit Roots Test Stable models in the long term: the cointegration analysis Phillips-Oularis for the Cointegration Test Error correction models mce Unit roots and cointegration in seasonal series Unit roots and cointegration in series with structural change Stationary and seasonality with EVIEWS Unit roots, cointegration and structural change with EVIEWS Panel data models. Unit roots and cointegration in panel. Dynamic panels Econometric models with panel data Panel data models with constant coefficients Panel data models with fixed effects Panel data models with random -effects Dynamic panel data models Logit and probit panel data models Unit roots and cointegration in panel data models EVIEWS and panel data models SPSS and panel data models Panel data models with SAS EVIEWS and dynamic models with panel data. methodology of ARELLANO and BOND EVIEWS and the contrasts of unit roots with panel data. Cointegration in panel