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By Frederic S. Mishkin

ISBN-10: 0226531864

ISBN-13: 9780226531861

A Rational expectancies method of Macroeconometrics pursues a rational expectancies method of the estimation of a category of types commonly mentioned within the macroeconomics and finance literature: these which emphasize the consequences from unanticipated, instead of expected, routine in variables. during this quantity, Fredrick S. Mishkin first theoretically develops and discusses a unified econometric remedy of those types after which indicates the best way to estimate them with an annotated machine application.

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In the empirical analysis in this book, when Goldfeld-Quandt (1965) tests revealed the presence of heteroscedasticity within an equation, the time-trend procedure outlined by Glesjer (1969) was used to weight each observation to eliminate this heteroscedasticity. 20 Econometric Theory and Methodology where the superscripts on the I indicate that the maximized likelihoods of both the constrained and unconstrained systems were estimated with the same weighting matrix IC and SSRC = the sum of squared residuals from the constrained weighted system, SSR U = the sum of squared residuals from the unconstrained weighted system.

Anticipations are made with information from the future as well as from the past, which clearly goes beyond the rational expectations principle. Note that the joint estimation procedure does not suffer from this prob- 26 Econometric Theory and Methodology lem. As rationality implies in this case, the 'Y which is expected to minimize the mean-squared forecasting error is used to form expectations in the y equation. y's and asymptomatically they will not differ. One last point about estimation methodology is worth discussing.

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