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  • ISBN 9578562780
  • ISBN13 978-9578562783
  • Author An-loh Lin
  • Publisher Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (1995)
  • Pages 44
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PDF The geometric distributed lag model, after application of the . In time series jargon, this model is called an ARMAX model, see Franses (1991). for more details on ARMAX models.

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Dummy functions in the Koyck distributed-lag model (Discussion paper series) by An-loh Lin (1995).

This would be an MA(1) error term for the koyck distributed lag. I don't think it simplifies in any way by writing it in the short form but it's still a nice way of thinking of a third possibility. In one case, the error term lasts on period. in another case, the error term is is an exp smoothed average of past errors and in the last case, the error is linear combination of the last two errors.

In this paper, the polynomial approximation of distributed lags is investigated within the framework of linear restrictions in. .The paper ends by investigating the sensitivity of a particular set of data .

In this paper, the polynomial approximation of distributed lags is investigated within the framework of linear restrictions in linear regression models. In the first part, the polynomial approximation is analysed assuming well known the truncation point and the degree of the polynomial. changes in the truncation point, in the degreee of the polynomial and in the prior tightness of the polynomial approximation. Econometrica, 33, 178–196, 1965.

It also has a "distributed lag" component, in the form of successive lags of.On the econometrics of the Koyck model. More generally, an time-series models using only n 10 is unlikely to be of much use. Delete.

It also has a "distributed lag" component, in the form of successive lags of the "x" explanatory variable. Sometimes, the current value of xt itself is excluded from the distributed lag part of the model's structure. Let's describe the model above as being one that is ARDL(p,q), for obvious reasons. Report 2004-07, Econometric Institute, Erasmus University, Rotterdam. Giles, D. E. 1975.

In statistics and econometrics, a distributed lag model is a model for time series data in which a regression equation is used to predict current values of a dependent variable based on both the current values of an explanatory variable and the lagge.

In statistics and econometrics, a distributed lag model is a model for time series data in which a regression equation is used to predict current values of a dependent variable based on both the current values of an explanatory variable and the lagged (past period) values of this explanatory variable. The starting point for a distributed lag model is an assumed structure of the form.

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