Autoregressive modeling of Canadian money and income data

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Institute for Policy Analysis, University of Toronto , Toronto
Money supply -- Canada -- Mathematical models, Income -- Canada -- Mathematical m
Statementby C. Hsiao.
SeriesReprint series - Institute for Policy Anaysis, University of Toronto -- no. 136
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LC ClassificationsHG655 H75 1979a
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Autoregressive Modeling of Canadian Money and Income Data CHENG HSIAO* A sequential procedure based on Akaike's final prediction-error criterion and Granger's concept of causality to fit multiple auto-regressions is suggested.

The method not only allows each variable to enter the equation with a different time lag but also provides a. The idea is applied to Canadian postwar money and income data. It is found that a bivariate feedback model for M1 and GNP and a one-way causal relation from GNP to M2 fit the data best.

Diagnostic checks applied to our model seem to indicate the adequacy of our approach. Key Words: Final prediction error, Causality, FeedbackCited by:   This paper is a revised and condensed version of the paper entitled ‘Time Series Modelling and Causal Ordering of Canadian Money, Income, and Interest Rate’, which was presented in the Fourth International Time Series Meetings in Valencia, Spain, June This work was completed while the author was visiting Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, by: Hsiao C.

(), Autoregressive modeling of Canadian Money and Income Data, Journal of the American Statistical Association, 74, – CrossRef Google Scholar Hurvich C. and Tsai C. (), Regression and time series model selection in small samples, Biometr –Author: Will Gersch, David Stone.

The authors describe the key features of a new large-scale Canadian macroeconomic forecasting model developed over the past two years at the Bank of Canada. The new model, called LENS for Large Empirical and Semi-structural model, uses a methodology similar to the Federal Reserve Board’s FRB/US model and the Bank of Canada’sCited by: Finally, the tests suggested are applied to Canadian money and income data.

The tests are based on bivariate and trivariate models of changes in nominal income and two money stocks (M1 and M2). Hsiao, C., a, Autoregressive modelling of Canadian money and income data, Journal of the American Statistical Associat Hsiao, C., b, Causality tests in econometrics, Journal of Economics Dynamics and Control 1,   Multivariate ARMA model has been applied to model Canadian money, income and interest rate forecasting (Boudjellaba et al., ).

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In particular, the study investigates whether knowledge of past. Hsiao, C. (), “Autoregressive Modeling of Canadian Money and Income Data,” Journal of the American Statistical Association, 74, – This paper is concerned with the estimation of the autoregressive parameter in a widely considered spatial autocorrelation model.

The typical estimator for this parameter consider. Hsiao, C.,Autoregressive modeling of Canadian money and income data, Journal of the American Statistical Associat Magnus, JR.,Linear structures (Charles Griffin, London).

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In such a non-linear model, the autocorrelation in an unobserved variable results in an intractable likelihood containing high-dimensional integrals. The data are three-dimensional multiple series with sample size n =consisting of quarterly data from to The first data points are used for model fitting and selection; the last 9 data points are left for model evaluation.

We first eliminate nonstationarity by carrying out first-order differencing for each individual series. The AR(p) model: using multiple lags for forecasting The pth order autoregressive model (AR(p)) is Y t = 0 + 1Y t–1 + 2Y t–2 + + pY t–p + u t The AR(p) model uses p lags of Y as regressors The AR(1) model is a special case The coefficients do not have a causal interpretation To test the.

Second, having ascertained that the variables under study are not cointegrated, an attempt is made to explore the short-run relationship among money, price and output exploiting the characteristics of the Vector Autoregressive and Moving Average (VARMA) model.

Sub-set concept has been used to identify the best-fitted VARMA model. The income data collected in the NHS was reported for the previous year ().

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