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Introduction to Econometrics (3 Rd Updated Edition)
This article surveys work on a class of models, dynamic factor models DFMs , that has received considerable attention in the past decade because of their ability to model simultaneously and consistently data sets in which the number of series exceeds the number of time series observations.
The aim of this survey is to describe the key theoretical results, applications, and empirical findings in the recent literature on DFMs. The article is organized as follows. The first issue at hand for the econometrician is to estimate the factors and to ascertain how many factors there are; these two topics are covered in Sections 2 and 3.
Once one has reliable estimates of the factors, there are a number of things one can do with them beyond using them for forecasting, including using them as instrumental variables, estimating factor-augmented vector autoregressions, and estimating dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models; these applications are covered in Section 4.
Section 5 discusses some extensions. Keywords: time series , economic forecasting , vector autoregressions , general equilibrium models. James H. He received a master's degree in statistics and a doctoral degree in economics from the University of California, Berkeley. He has published more than professional articles in the fields of econometric methods, macroeconomic forecasting, and monetary policy.
He is also coauthor with Mark Watson of a leading undergraduate econometrics textbook, Introduction to Econometrics. Mark W. His research focuses on time series econometrics, empirical macroeconomics, and macroeconomic forecasting. He currently serves as a coeditor of the Review of Economics and Statistics. He is also coauthor with James Stock of a leading undergraduate econometrics textbook, Introduction to Econometrics. Access to the complete content on Oxford Handbooks Online requires a subscription or purchase.
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Factor Estimation 2. First generation: time-domain maximum likelihood via the Kalman filter 2. Second generation: nonparametric averaging methods 2. Third generation: hybrid principal components and state-space methods 2. Comparisons of estimators 2. Bayes estimation 3. Determining the Number of Factors 3. Estimating the number of static factors r 3. Estimating the number of dynamic factors q 4. Uses of the Estimated Factors 4. Use of factors in second-stage regressions 4.
Factor-augmented vector autoregression 4. Selected Extensions 5. Breaks and time-varying parameters 5. Incorporating cointegration and error correction 5. Hierarchical DFMs 5. Outlook References Notes. Abstract and Keywords This article surveys work on a class of models, dynamic factor models DFMs , that has received considerable attention in the past decade because of their ability to model simultaneously and consistently data sets in which the number of series exceeds the number of time series observations.
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Introduction to Econometrics by James H. Stock, Mark W. Watson
This textbook teaches some of the basic econometric methods and the underlying assumptions behind them. It also includes a simple and concise treatment of more advanced topics in spatial correlation, panel data, limited dependent variables, regression diagnostics, specification testing and time series analysis. Each chapter has a set of theoretical exercises as well as empirical illustrations using real economic applications. These empirical exercises usually replicate a published article using Stata or Eviews. There are not many introductions to econometrics which approach the relevant material so consistently from the viewpoint of the student. The book is also well suited for self study and can be recommended to everybody who is in need to quickly acquire the basics of the field. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents.
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Over the recent years, the statistical programming language R has become an integral part of the curricula of econometrics classes we teach at the University of Duisburg-Essen. We regularly found that a large share of the students, especially in our introductory undergraduate econometrics courses, have not been exposed to any programming language before and thus have difficulties to engage with learning R on their own. With little background in statistics and econometrics, it is natural for beginners to have a hard time understanding the benefits of having R skills for learning and applying econometrics. These particularly include the ability to conduct, document and communicate empirical studies and having the facilities to program simulation studies which is helpful for, e. Being applied economists and econometricians, all of the latter are capabilities we value and wish to share with our students.