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bottleneck theory of the cross-sectional variance of inflation.

George Evans

bottleneck theory of the cross-sectional variance of inflation.

by George Evans

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Published by University of Stirling in Stirling .
Written in English


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SeriesDiscussion papers in economics, finance and investment / University of Stirling -- No.82, Discussion papers in economics, finance and investment -- No.82.
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Open LibraryOL13774477M

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  Multicollinearity was also assessed for each model, and the variance inflation factor (VIF) of all variables was less than All statistical tests were 2-sided, considered significant at the p Cited by: List of statistics topics Please add any Wikipedia articles related to statistics that are not already on this list. The "Related changes" link in the margin of this page (below search) leads to a list of the most recent changes to the articles listed below.

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Bottleneck theory of the cross-sectional variance of inflation by George Evans Download PDF EPUB FB2

The mean and variance of such forecasts are important inputs to the economic theory of household labour supply, savings, and portfolio choice. Unlike most empirical tests of rational expectations, cross-sectional data on individuals are employed rather than time series data on some group average by: 4.

Before examining those situations, let’s first consider the most widely-used diagnostic for multicollinearity, the variance inflation factor (VIF). The Bottleneck theory of the cross-sectional variance of inflation. book may be calculated for each predictor by doing a linear regression of that predictor on all the other predictors, and then obtaining the R 2 from that regression.

The VIF is just 1/(1-R 2). Relation between Time-Series and Cross-Sectional Effects of Idiosyncratic Variance on Stock Returns Abstract Consistent with the post U.S. evidence by Ang, Hodrick, Xing, and Zhang (), we find that stocks with high idiosyncratic variance (IV) have low CAPM-adjusted expected returns in both pre U.S.

and modern G7 data. The cross-sectional variance of such heterogeneous expectations has often been considered a proxy for the ht but clearly this depends upon differences across agents.

The objective of this paper differs from many others approaching the same problem. Lucas [12]. Cross-sectional data; Cross-sectional regression; Cross-sectional study; Cross-spectrum; Info-gap decision theory; Information bottleneck method; Information geometry; Information gain ratio; Variance inflation factor; Variance-gamma distribution; Variance reduction.

Cross-sectional averages of correlations between alternative measures are Corr [x ̃ t H P, x ̃ t C F] =Corr [x ̃ t H P, Δ 12 x t] = and Corr [x ̃ t C F, Δ 12 x t] = Owing to moderate correlation, each process may provide distinct context information to assess the causal linkage between inflation and by: This paper suggests that CAPM-based idiosyncratic variance (IV) correlates negatively with future stock returns because it is a proxy for loadings on discount-rate shocks in Campbell’s () ICAPM.

The ICAPM also implies that there are important links between the time-series and cross-sectional IV effects. Author(s): Devereux, Michael. Abstract: Empirically, inflation and the variance of inflation are positively associated. This paper develops a model that provides a potential explanation for this relationship in terms of the incentives facing the policymaker in a "discretionary equilibrium." The model can also account for an empirical association between inflation and measures of real.

Download Citation | TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS FOR THE MEAN AND VARIANCE OF INFLATION RATE | At this time, evolution of inflation rate is the main responsibility for Romanian monetary authorities. The Author: Ciprian Sipos. 74/ Cross-Sectional Relative Price Variability and Inflation in Turkey 3.

Empirical results In the first step, equation 1 is estimated by the OLS, assuming that the relationship between inflation and cross-sectional RPV is time invariant. Table 2 reports the coefficient estimates and their statistics errors ofAuthor: Rahmi Yamak, Havvanur Feyza Erdem.

Causal relations between inflation and inflation uncertainty-Cross sectional evidence in favour of the Friedman-Ball hypothesis May Economics Letters (2). Abstract This study investigates the empirical validity of the variability hypothesis in Turkey for the period of February Novemberby using cross-sectional relative price data and by focusing on the assumptions of linearity and stability.

The linearity assumption between the two variables is ensured by estimating quadratic regression : Rahmi Yamak, Havvanur Feyza Erdem. This study tests pecking order hypothesis against static trade-off theory on a cross-sectional sample of companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange.

The study covers and uses firm-year observations. Evidence observed shows that new debt issues do not have the one-to-one relationship with internal funds flow deficits that Cited by: Estimated variance of the Fama MacBeth variance: S² = 1/T ∑ (β^t - β^ FM)² / (T-1) (2) Variance formula assumes that the yearly estimates of the coefficient β^t are independent of each other Note this will not be true when there is a fixed firm effect in the model.

To investigate multicollinearity issues, I have calculated Generalized Variance Inflation Factors (GVIF) in R (using the CAR package). R automatically calculates GVIF^(1/(2Df)), which to my understanding is an estimate of the factor by which the confidence interval of each coefficient is inflated (please correct me if I am wrong).

(S.2) The "real" (or inflation-adjusted) expected rate of return on the stock market, r, is constant over time. (S.3) Aggregate real dividends on the stock market, {D(t)}, can be described by a finite-variance stationary stochastic process with a deterministic exponential trend.

Multicollinearity was also assessed for each model, and the variance inflation factor (VIF) of all variables was less than All statistical tests were 2-sided, considered significant at the p Cited by: A simple algorithm based on cross sectional mean of a bunch of stocks and their covariance.

It works great from until July but after that fails to work. I think it can be improved by using a different bunch of stocks and also possibly changing the hedge security. Please keep me posted if you manage to find a better composition or trick to get it working. Introduction. Pricing is still an under-researched topic in industrial marketing: in a retrospective analysis of the content published in the Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing Dant and Lapuka () find that the topic of pricing accounts for less than 5% of all articles published between and Similarly, after a comprehensive review of the industrial marketing literature Cited by: Chapter 10 Predictive Models of the Acquisition of Individual Words Note: The contents of this chapter are lightly adapted from Braginsky et al.

(). In this chapter, we take up the challenge posed in Chapter 8, that is, to explain consistency and variability in the acquisition of individual approach is to define regression models that attempt to predict which words are learned. the VP develops a theory of possible factors that may be influencing ineffective budgeting practices.

That is, a theoretical framework of the factors that could account for padding of budgets is developed. Hypothesizing From the theory, the VP conjectures the relationships among the factors, and.Info-gap decision theory; Information bottleneck method; Variance inflation factor; Variance-gamma distribution; Variance reduction; Variance-stabilizing transformation; Variance-to-mean ratio; Cross-sectional study; Cohort study; Natural experiment; Quasi-experiment; Statistical inference.Mean-Variance Econometric Analysis of Household Portfolios Ra aele Miniaciy Sergio Pastorelloz First draft: In this paper we focus on cross-sectional phenomena, such as the apparent lack of diversi ca- of Roy’s identity.

The latter, a standard result in consumer theory, states that the demand.