1 edition of Classical and Bayesian methods of testing for unit roots. found in the catalog.
Classical and Bayesian methods of testing for unit roots.
Cover title: Journal of AppliedEconometrics: Themed issue: Classical and Bayesian methods of testing for unit roots, volume 6, October-December 1991.
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By leveraging priors, Bayesian A/B testing often needs fewer data points to reach a conclusion than other methods. For example, let’s say we use a Author: Michael Frasco.
Most empirical work on unit roots has relied on classical tests of the type described above. But Bayesian methods are also available and appear to offer certainAuthor: Peter C.
Phillips. A Bayesian testing approach for a periodic unit root in quarterly and monthly data is presented. Further a Bayesian test is introduced to test for unit roots at (non)seasonal spectral frequencies.
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