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Testing structural stability with endogenous break point

Francis X. Diebold

Testing structural stability with endogenous break point

a size comparison of analytic and bootstrap procedures

by Francis X. Diebold

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Published by Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division in Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementFrancis X. Diebold, Celia Chen.
SeriesEconomic research working paper series / Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division -- no.11, Economic research working paper (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Economic Research Division) -- no.11.
ContributionsChen, Celia.
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Open LibraryOL17145126M

Testing Structural Stability in Heterogeneous Panel Data 1Felix Chan,ommaso Mancini-Griffoli and 2T 3Laurent L. Pauwels 1School of Economics and Finance, Curtin University of Technology GPO Box U WA , Australia. E-Mail:@ 2Paris-Jourdan Sciences Economiques (PSE), CEPREMAP 3Hong Kong Monetary Authority and Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva. In a recent paper, Bai and Perron () demonstrate that their approach for testing for multiple structural breaks in time series works well in large samples, but they found substantial deviations in both the size and power of their tests in smaller samples. We propose modifying their methodology to deal with small samples by using Monte Carlo simulations to determine sample-specific critical.

Structural Stability: Theory and Implementation is a practical work that provides engineers and students in structural engineering or structured mechanics with the background needed to make the transition from fundamental theory to practical design rules and computer ing with the basic principles of structural stability and basic governing equations,Structural Stability is Cited by: Boldea, O., and A. R. Hall, , Testing Structural Stability in Macroeconometric Models, in A. R., S. Han and O. Boldea, , Inference Regarding Multiple Structural Changes in Linear Models with Endogenous Regressors and S. Han, , Asymptotic Distribution Theory for Break Point Estimators in Models Estimated.

An Introduction to Modern Econometrics Using Stata can serve as a supplementary text in both undergraduate- and graduate-level econometrics courses, and the book’s examples will help students quickly become proficient in Stata. The book is also useful to economists and businesspeople wanting to learn Stata by using practical examples. stability: Structural stability of a VAR(p) stability: Structural stability of a VAR(p) Character vector containing the names of the endogenous variables. K: of class ‘chowpretest’ the list consists of the following elements: teststat_bp: A vector containing the calculated break point test statistics for all considered break points.


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Testing structural stability with endogenous break point by Francis X. Diebold Download PDF EPUB FB2

Structural change is of paramount importance in economics and econometrics, and the associated literature is huge.1 An important associated problem is testing the null hypothesis of structural stability against the alternative of a one-time structural break.

In standard treatments, the location of the potential break is assumed known a priori. The standard. Introduction Structural change is of paramount importance in economics and econo- metrics, and the associated literature is huge.1 An important associated problem is testing the null hypothesis of structural stability against the alternative of a one-time structural by: Testing structural stability with endogenous break point: a size comparison of analytic and bootstrap procedures.

Testing structural stability with endogenous breakpoint A size comparison of analytic and bootstrap procedures Francis Diebold () and Celia Chen Journal of Econometrics, Cited by: Testing structural stability with endogenous break point: a size comparison of analytic and bootstrap procedures.

Celia Chen and Francis Diebold (). NoWorking Papers from Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Keywords: Econometrics (search for similar items in EconPapers) Date:Revised References: Add references at CitEc Citations: View citations in EconPapers (2) Track Cited by: Testing structural stability with endogenous breakpoint A size comparison of analytic and bootstrap procedures Francis X.

Diebold*q”yb, Celia Chen” “Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA USA bNBER, Cambridge, MAUSA Abstract. Celia Chen & Francis X. Diebold, "Testing structural stability with endogenous break point: a size comparison of analytic and bootstrap procedures," Working PapersFederal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, revised Cited by: 7.

Testing for structural break with unknown date •Perron () shows that failure to allow for an existing break leads to a bias that reduces the ability to reject a false unit root null hypothesis.

•To overcome this, the author proposes allowing for a known or exogenous structural break in the Augmented Dickey-Fuller (ADF) Size: KB.

Davies, R. Hypothesis testing when a nuisance parameter is present only under the alternative. Biometrika, 64(2), Google Scholar Cross Ref; Diebold, F. X., & Chen, C. Testing structural stability with endogenous breakpoint: A size comparison of analytic and bootstrap procedures.

Journal of Econometrics, 70(1), Structural break tests help us to determine when and whether there is a significant change in our data.

Commands estat sbknown and estat sbsingle test for a structural break after estimation with regress or ivregress. Both are robust to unknown forms of heteroskedasticity, something that cannot be said of traditional Chow tests. Diebold, F.X.

and Chen, C. (), "Testing Structural Stability With Endogenous Break Point: A Size Comparison of Analytic (), " A Note on Bayesian Forecast Combination Procedures" in P. Hackl and A. Westlund (eds.), Economic Structural Change:Analysis (), "Testing for Serial Correlation in the Presence of ARCH.

This paper analyzes the role of common data problems when identifying structural breaks in small samples. Most notably, we survey small sample properties of the most commonly applied endogenous break tests developed by Brown et al.

(J R Stat Soc B –, ) and Zeileis (Stat Pap 45(1)–, ), Nyblom (J Am Stat Assoc 84()–, ) and Hansen (J Policy Cited by: 7.

The paper considers the problem of testing for the presence of a structural break without imposing any restriction on the location of the break, or equivalently with τ = 0, in models useful in econometrics, such as nonlinear simultaneous equations and transformation models under general conditions on the dependence structure of the variables of the model.

In doing so, we develop a general strong Cited by:   Structural Stability Testing: Structural Stability Testing Testing for the structural stability of the factors and the over determining limitations can be conducted by choosing the Stability access, under the Examining area.

The system assistance testing. INTRODUCTION Since the work of Chow () and Quandt (), testing for structural stability has been a very active topic of theoretical and applied research.

Most of the research assumes that a structural break occurred in a particular segment of the sample. macroeconomics literature a test of unknown break point to test for a change in regime. Tests for parameter instability provide a flexible framework for testing a range of hypotheses commonly posed in program evaluation.

These tests both pinpoint the timing of maximal break and provide a valid test of statistical by: The QLR Test for Structural Breaks The first step towards identifying a structural break in a macroeconomic time se-ries is having a reliable test for a structural break, that is, a test that has con-trolled size under the null of no break and good power against the alternative of a break.

One such test is the Quandt likelihood ratio test. Testing structural stability with endogenous break point: A size comparison of analytic and bootstrap procedures.

Tests for parameter instability and structural change with unknown change : B.E. Hansen. Tests for Structural Change and Stability A fundamental assumption in regression modeling is that the pattern of data on dependent and independent variables remains the same throughout the period over which the data is Size: 62KB.

We show that even in the presence of endogenous regressors, it is still preferable to simply estimate the break dates and test for structural change using the usual ordinary least-squares (OLS. This paper contributes to the econometric literature on structural breaks by proposing a test for parameter stability in VAR models at a particular frequency 'omega', where 'omega is an element of.If there seems to be a single structural break (also require literature support), you can test it by using ' Chow breakpoint test ' and if there seems to be multiple structural breaks (also require literature support), you can test the exact breakpoint by using ' Bai-Perron muliple breakpoint test '.

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