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Identification through heteroskedasticity

Roberto RigobГіn

Identification through heteroskedasticity

measuring "contagion" between Argentinean and Mexican sovereign bonds

by Roberto RigobГіn

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Equations, Simultaneous.,
  • Bonds -- Prices -- Mexico -- Econometric models.,
  • Bonds -- Prices -- Argentina -- Econometric models.,
  • Contagion (Social psychology) -- Economic aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMeasuring "contagion" between Argentinean and Mexican sovereign bonds.
    StatementRoberto Rigobon.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 7493, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 7493.
    ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22396636M

    The explanation that best seems to fit the evidence runs from centralization of economic power to lack of inter-elite political competition across space to inferior economic outcomes in the long-run. To establish causality we use identification through heteroskedasticity, which does . Using Heteroskedasticity to Identify and Estimate Mismeasured and Endogenous Regressor Models Article January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

    This is the approach to identification in vector autoregression (VAR) studies such heteroskedasticity-based estimator to show that OLS results based on monetary shocks constructed from longer-term interest rate changes over one-day windows around FOMC announcements are confounded by substantial “background noise” that lead to unreliable. To estimate the response of asset prices to monetary policy, we employ a technique called identification through heteroskedasticity. 4 This approach relies on looking at changes in the co-movements of interest rates and asset prices when the variance of one of the shocks in the system is known to shift. By doing so, the response of asset prices.

    Identification via heteroskedasticity is particularly useful in the current analysis as there are several ways to identify technology shocks discussed in the literature. Different identification schemes with long-run restrictions are used by Gali, , Francis and Ramey, , Chang and Hong, , Fisher, , Canova et al., Carneiro, Heckman, and Vytlacil: w Estimating Marginal Returns to Education: Rigobon: w Identification through Heteroskedasticity: Measuring "Contagion: betweenArgentinean and Mexican Sovereign Bonds: Moffitt: w Estimating Marginal Returns to Higher Education in the UK: Heckman and Li: w Selection Bias, Comparative Advantage and Heterogeneous Returns to Education.


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Identification through heteroskedasticity by Roberto RigobГіn Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper develops a method for solving the identification problem that arises in simultaneous-equation models. It is based on the heteroskedasticity of the structural shocks. For simplicity, I consider heteroskedasticity that can be described as a two-regime process and show that the system is just by: Abstract: In this paper, I develop a new identification method to solve the problem of simultaneous equations, based on heteroskedasticity of the structural shocks.

I show that if the heteroskedasticity can be described as a two-regime process, then the system. I show that if the heteroskedasticity can be described as a two-regime process, then the system is just identified under relatively weak conditions.

Identification is also discussed under more than two regimes, when the residuals exhibit ARCH behavior, and when there are aggregate shocks. In this chapter, we explain the principle of identification by heteroskedasticity. In Sectionthe general modeling strategy is presented and its advantages and limitations are discussed.

The central idea is that in a conventional structural VAR analysis the structural shocks are recovered by transforming the reduced-form : Lutz Kilian, Helmut Lütkepohl.

By using a parsimonious “identification through heteroskedasticity” methodology, we compute the impact exposures of index returns to common and country-specific : Roberto Rigobon. We discuss general conditions for identification and one of the results shows that an adequate number of different levels of heteroskedasticity is sufficient to identify the parameters of the structural form without the inclusion of any kind of restriction.

A Full Information Maximum Author: Emanuele Bacchiocchi. Identification through Heteroscedasticity: What If We Have the Wrong Form of Heteroscedasticity. (deposited 29 Mar ) All papers reproduced by permission. Reproduction and distribution subject to the approval of the copyright owners.

View Item: MPRA is a RePEc service hosted by. Tak Wai Chau, "Identification through Heteroscedasticity: What If We Have the Wrong Form?," Economics Bulletin, AccessEcon, vol. 37(4), pages Handle Author: Tak Wai Chau. This paper develops a method for solving the identification problem that arises in simultaneous-equation models.

It is based on the heteroskedasticity of the structural shocks. For simplicity, I consider heteroskedasticity that can be described as a two-regime process and show that the system is just identified.

We discuss general conditions for identification and one of the results shows that an adequate number of different levels of heteroskedasticity is sufficient to identify the parameters of the structural form without the inclusion of any kind of restriction. Identification through heteroskedasticity: measuring "contagion" between Argentinean and Mexican sovereign bonds.

Identification Through Heteroscedasticity in a Multicountry and Multimarket Framework Article in SSRN Electronic Journal June with 49 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Identification through Heteroskedasticity. Autores: Roberto Rigobon Localización: Review of economics and statistics, ISSNVol.

85, Nº 4,págs. Idioma: inglés Resumen. This paper develops a method for solving the identification problem that arises in. Lewbel () provides a heteroscedasticity based estimator for linear regression models containing an endogenous regressor when no external instruments or other such information is available.

The estimator is implemented in the Stata module ivreg2h by Baum and Schaffer (). This note gives some advice and instructions to researchers who want to use this estimator.

Advice on using heteroskedasticity-based identification Show all authors. Christopher F. Baum. Christopher F. Baum. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA. He is the coauthor of several Stata commands and the author of two Stata Press books, and he maintains the SSC archive.

Identification through heteroskedasticity. through x j. If MLR5 is untrue If heteroskedasticity is suspected to derive from a single variable, plot it against the residuals This is an ad hoc method for getting an intuitive feel for the form of heteroskedasticity in your model.

Let’s see if the regression from the. st: identification through heteroskedasticity. From: Joaquin Canessa Prev by Date: RE: st: Confidence interval in natural units after GLM with log link; Next by Date: st: Dropping Duplicates that Aren't Exactly Duplicates; Previous by thread: st: identification through heteroskedasticity.

How to identify and correct for heteroskedasticity This Vignette will demonstrate how to identify heteroskedasticity within a data set, and the different options that can be taken to correct this.

Heteroskedasticity is the situation whereby the variance of a variable changes across the range of observed values. The results from alternative identification schemes show that better access to both domestic and international markets has positive effects on per capita consumption, the domestic market effect is significantly larger in magnitude, and there is complementarity between the access to domestic and international markets.

Identification is achieved in this context by having regressors that are uncorrelated with the product of heteroskedastic errors, which is a feature of many models where error correlations are due to an unobserved common factor.

For testing M3 and M4, χ 2 asymptotics for the LR tests relies on the assumption of full identification through heteroskedasticity which is not obviously satisfied for our models. Despite the fact that full identification may not be obtained via heteroskedasticity, the large values of the LR statistics show that there is some curvature in the.IDENTIFICATION THROUGH HETEROSKEDASTICITY setting.

The methodology based on heteroskedasticit3 studied when the data exhibit two regimes, as well as w they exhibit more than two. A GMM interpretation of estimation problem is developed. In section III, neces!

conditions for identification are derived for multivar processes with unobservable common shocks.Identification through heteroskedasticity. Economist 3a2d.

Do you buy it? The IV created does not have an economic interpretation but it works statistically. 9 months ago # QUOTE 0 Good 1 No Good!

Economist b71c. read the paper and understand it yourself, it makes sense. Also, there have been used quite many times in good journals.