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Testing for the 'Existence of a Long-run Relationship'

Key Words: Panel tests of threshold effects, long-run relationships, .. Overall, the test results support the long-run theory, with the existence of long-run relations. Pesaran, M. H., Shin, Y., & Smith, R. J. (). new approach to the problem of testing the existence of a long-run level relationship between. First, we tested whether any long run relationship exist using Johansen consumption policy to support smooth energy supply for sustainable economic growth. 1. .. Following Pesaran and Shin we have estimated the following equations to.

The same applies to the empirical analysis of networks in general.

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We use cross unit averages to extract common factors viewed as a source of strong cross-sectional dependence and compare the results with the principal components approach widely used in the literature. We then apply multiple testing procedures to the de-factored observations in order to determine significant bilateral correlations signifying connections between spatial units and compare this to an approach that just uses distance to determine units that are neighbours.

We apply these methods to real house price changes at the level of Metropolitan Statistical Areas in the USA, and estimate a heterogeneous spatio-temporal model for the de-factored real house price changes and obtain significant evidence of spatial connections, both positive and negative.

C21, C23 Full Text: This paper develops a cross-sectionally augmented distributed lag CS-DL approach to the estimation of long-run effects in large dynamic heterogeneous panel data models with cross-sectionally dependent errors. The asymptotic distribution of the CS-DL estimator is derived under coefficient heterogeneity in the case where the time dimension T and the cross-section dimension N are both large.

The theoretical results are illustrated with small sample evidence obtained by means of Monte Carlo simulations, which suggest that the performance of the CS-DL approach is often superior to the alternative panel ARDL estimates, particularly when T is not too large and lies in the range of 30— The Global Vector Autoregressive GVAR approach has proven to be a very useful approach to analyse interactions in the global macroeconomy and other data networks where both the cross-section and the time dimensions are large.

Bounds Testing Approaches to the Analysis of Long-run Relationships

This paper surveys the latest developments in the GVAR modelling, examining both the theoretical foundations of the approach and its numerous empirical applications. We provide a synthesis of existing literature and highlight areas for future research. It is shown that the presence of a strong unobserved common factor can lead to an undetermined GVAR model.

The small sample properties of the proposed solution are investigated by Monte Carlo experiments as well as empirically.

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In the empirical part, we investigate the value of the information content of Purchasing Managers Indices PMIs for forecasting global 48 countries growth, and compare forecasts from Aug- GVAR models with a number of data-rich forecasting methods, including Lasso, Ridge, partial least squares and factor-based methods. Two sets of asymptotic critical values are provided: These provide a band covering all possible classifications of the regressors into I 0I 1 or mutually cointegrated.

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