Cointegration Causality and Forecasting

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This book is a collection of essays in honor of Clive Granger by some of the world's leading econometricians, all of whom have collaborated with or studied with Granger. It reflects central themes in Granger's work with attention to tests for unit roots and cointegration, tests of misspecification, forecasting models and forecasting evaluation, and non-linear and non-parametric econometric techniques.

Cointegration  Causality  and Forecasting

This book is a collection of essays in honor of Clive Granger by some of the world's leading econometricians, all of whom have collaborated with or studied with Granger. It reflects central themes in Granger's work with attention to tests for unit roots and cointegration, tests of misspecification, forecasting models

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Cointegration  Causality  and Forecasting  A Comparison of Linear and Nonlinear Univariate Models for Forecasting Macroeconomic Time Series  Norman R  Swanson  Eric Ghysels  and Myles Callan  Chapter 2  A Multivariate Time Series Analysis of the Data Revision Process for Industrial Production and the Composite Leading Indicator  Francis X  Diebold  Anthony S  Tay  and Kenneth F  Wallis  Chapter 3  Evaluating Density Forecasts  The Survey of Professional Forecasters  Paul Newbold  David I  Harvey  and Stephen J  Leybourne  Chapter 4  Ranking Competing Multi step Forecasts  David F  Hendry and Grayham E  Mizon  Chapter 5  The Pervasiveness of Granger Causality in Econometrics  James H  Stock  Chapter 6  A Class for Tests for Integration and Cointegration  Helmut Lutkepohl and Pentti Saikkonen  Chapter 7  Order Selection in Testing for the Cointegration Rank of a VAR Process  Tom Engsted and Soren Johansen  Chapter 8  Granger s Representation Theorem and Multicointegration  Jesus Gonzalo and Jean Yves Pitarakis  Chapter 9  Dimensionality Effect in Cointegration Analysis  Luigi Ermini  Chapter 10  Testing DHSY as a Restricted Conditional Model of a Trivariate Seasonally Integrated System  Michio Hatanaka and Kazuo Yamada  Chapter 11  A Unit Root Test in the Presence of Structural Changes in I 1  and I 0  Models  Tae Hwy Lee and Stuart Scott  Chapter 12  Investigating Inflation Transmission by Stages of Processing  Katarina Juselius  Chapter 13  Price Convergence in the Medium and Long Run  an I 2  Analysis of Six Price Indices  Halbert White and Yongmiao Hong  Chapter 14  M  testing using Finite and Infinite Dimensional Parameter Estimators  Jeffrey M  Wooldridge  Chapter 15  Asymptotic Properties of Some Specification Tests in Linear Models with Integrated Processes  Vidar Kjellvik and Dag Tjostheim  Chapter 16  Residual Variance Estimates and Order Determination in Panels of Intercorrelated Autoregressive Time Series  Farshid Vahid  Chapter 17  Partial P

Cointegration Causality and Forecasting A Comparison of Linear and Nonlinear Univariate Models for Forecasting Macroeconomic Time Series Norman R Swanson Eric Ghysels and Myles Callan Chapter 2 A Multivariate Time Series Analysis of the Data Revision Process for Industrial Production and the Composite Leading Indicator Francis X Diebold Anthony S Tay and Kenneth F Wallis Chapter 3 Evaluating Density Forecasts The Survey of Professional Forecasters Paul Newbold David I Harvey and Stephen J Leybourne Chapter 4 Ranking Competing Multi step Forecasts David F Hendry and Grayham E Mizon Chapter 5 The Pervasiveness of Granger Causality in Econometrics James H Stock Chapter 6 A Class for Tests for Integration and Cointegration Helmut Lutkepohl and Pentti Saikkonen Chapter 7 Order Selection in Testing for the Cointegration Rank of a VAR Process Tom Engsted and Soren Johansen Chapter 8 Granger s Representation Theorem and Multicointegration Jesus Gonzalo and Jean Yves Pitarakis Chapter 9 Dimensionality Effect in Cointegration Analysis Luigi Ermini Chapter 10 Testing DHSY as a Restricted Conditional Model of a Trivariate Seasonally Integrated System Michio Hatanaka and Kazuo Yamada Chapter 11 A Unit Root Test in the Presence of Structural Changes in I 1 and I 0 Models Tae Hwy Lee and Stuart Scott Chapter 12 Investigating Inflation Transmission by Stages of Processing Katarina Juselius Chapter 13 Price Convergence in the Medium and Long Run an I 2 Analysis of Six Price Indices Halbert White and Yongmiao Hong Chapter 14 M testing using Finite and Infinite Dimensional Parameter Estimators Jeffrey M Wooldridge Chapter 15 Asymptotic Properties of Some Specification Tests in Linear Models with Integrated Processes Vidar Kjellvik and Dag Tjostheim Chapter 16 Residual Variance Estimates and Order Determination in Panels of Intercorrelated Autoregressive Time Series Farshid Vahid Chapter 17 Partial P by Engle, Robert F. Engle,Halbert White

A collection of essays in honour of Clive Granger. The chapters are by some of the world's leading econometricians, all of whom have collaborated with and/or studied with both) Clive Granger. Central themes of Granger's work are reflected in the book with attention to tests for unit roots and

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