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Bootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels

Dario Focarelli

Bootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels

with an application to money demand in the euro area

by Dario Focarelli

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Published by Banca d"Italia in Roma .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Demand for money -- European Union countries -- Statistical methods.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDario Focarelli.
    SeriesTemi di discussione del Servizio studi -- no. 440, Temi di discussione -- 440.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22435530M

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Bootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels by Dario Focarelli Download PDF EPUB FB2

A possible solution for the MG estimator bias is a bootstrap bias-correction procedure, but Analysis of Panels and Limited Dependent Variables: A Volume in Honour of G.S.

MaddalaCambridge chapter 12 – shows that it performs well only when the true coefficient of the lagged dependent variable is by: Dario Focarelli, "Bootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels, with an application to money demand in the euro area," Temi di discussione (Economic working papers)Bank of Italy, Economic Research and International Relations Area.

Handle: RePEc:bdi:wptemi:td__ Bootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels, with an application to money demand in the euro area Article in. UPDATE: for more on the topic, see this article: Reaction times and other skewed distributions: problems with the mean and the median [Preprint] [Reproducibility package] The code and a notebook for this post are available on github.

The bootstrap bias correction technique is described in detail in chapter 10 of this classic textbook: Efron, B.

Focarelli, Dario, "Bootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels, with an application to money demand in the euro area," Economic Modelling, Elsevier, vol.

22(2), pagesMarch. This paper considers the small sample properties of the mean group estimator of the long-run coefficients in dynamic heterogeneous panels, and using Monte Carlo techniques examines the effectiveness of a number of alternative bias-correction procedures in reducing the small sample bias of these estimates.

Four different bias-corrected estimators of the long-run coefficients. In homogeneous dynamic panels the within estimator or least-squares dummy variable estimator is inconsistent when the time dimension is fixed.

In this paper we present a bias correction procedure for the least-squares dummy variable estimator that is Cited by: Cited by: Herwartz, Helmut & Reimers, Hans-Eggert, "Modelling the Fisher hypothesis: World wide evidence," Economics Working PapersChristian-Albrechts-University o.

Bootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels, with an application to money demand in the euro area Article Mar Author: Bertrand Hounkannounon. Focarelli, Dario, "Bootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels, with an application to money demand in the euro area," Economic Modelling, Elsevier, vol.

22(2), pagesMarch. David Letson & B.D. McCullough, This article describes a new Stata routine, xtbcfe, that performs the iterative bootstrap-based bias correction for the fixed effects (FE) estimator in dynamic panels proposed by Everaert and. The analytical expressions for the bias of these quantities are very difficult to obtain, so a bootstrap procedure was chosen as an alternative method to correct such biases.

Focarelli used the bootstrap bias-correction procedure to estimate long-run relationships from dynamic panels, with an application to money demand in the euro area. Percentile EstimatorsCited by: 1.

Bootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels, with an application to money demand in the euro area Article Mar Choi et al., ).2 In contrast to the bias-correction methods, our approach is not based on correcting for a bias of an estimator, but instead it is based on correcting the ‚bias™of the moment conditions before estimation.

One could also consider Cited by: 1. FocarelliBootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels, with an application to money demand in the euro area Economic Modelling, 22 Cited by: D.

FocarelliBootstrap bias-correction procedure in estimating long-run relationships from dynamic panels, with an application to money demand in the Euro area Economic Modelling, 22 Cited by: 7.

The use of GMM-based inference in dynamic panel data models is a common practice in applied research. Most specifications rest on instruments sets as proposed by Blundell and Bond ().Their so-called system GMM (SYS-GMM) approach combines moment conditions for the joint estimation of a regression equation in first differences and : Timo Friedel Mitze.

The bootstrap bias correction proposed in the literature (e.g., Everaert and Pozzi, ) usually assumes a flat bias function that satisfies b(γ, n) = b(n) for all γ and adopts a constant bias correction (CBC) procedure.

However, estimation biases are unlikely to be by: the bootstrap techniques to bias adjust log periodogram and semi-parametric local Whittle estimators of the memory parameter is provided.

Simulation evidence comparing the per-formance of the bootstrap bias correction with analytical bias correction techniques is. Published Articles: "Common Correlated Effects Estimation of Heterogeneous Dynamic Panel Quantile Regression Models", by Matthew Harding, Carlos Lamarche and M.

Hashem Pesaran, Journal of Applied Econometrics, FebruaryVol Issue 3, pp. Abstract: This paper proposes a quantile regression estimator for a heterogeneous panel .Bootstrap D. S. Poskitt, Gael M. Martinyand Simone D. Grose Department of Econometrics & Business Statistics, Monash University February 9, Abstract This paper investigates bootstrap-based bias correction of semiparametric es-timators of the long memory parameter, d, in fractionally integrated processes.

The re-sampling method involves the File Size: KB.The bootstrap is one easy way to analyze the sensitivity of efficiency scores relative to the sampling variations of the estimated frontier.

The main point in order to validate the bootstrap is to define a reasonable data-generating process in this complex framework and to propose a reasonable estimator of by: