Private Bag 92019
University of Auckland - Department of Economics
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Autoregression, bias, cross section, dependence, dynamic factors, dynamic panel estimation, incidental trends, panel unit root
Convergence Parameter, Conditional Convergence, Economic Growth, Growth Convergence, Heterogeneity, Neoclassical Economics, Transition Measures
Autoregression, Bias, Cross Section Dependence, Dynamic Factors, Dynamic Panel Estimation, GLS Estimation, Homogeneity Tests, Median Unbiased Estimation, Modified Hausman Tests, Median Unbiased SUR Estimation, Orothogonalization Procedure, Panel Unit Root Test
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Economic growth, Growth convergence, Heterogeneity, Neoclassical growth, Relative transition, Transition curve, Transitional divergence.
Club convergence, Relative convergence, Common factor, Convergence, log t regression test, Panel data, Transition
Bias, HAC estimator, KPSS testing, long run variance, prewhitening, recursive demeaning
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GMM, Panel full aggregation, Stacked and pooled least squares, Panel unit root, X-Differencing
Local Asymptotic Power, Long-Horizon, Regression
Recursive Mean Adjustment, Fixed Effects, Cross-sectional Dependence.
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exchange rates, common factors, forecasting
Aggregating information, Asymptotic normality, Bias Reduction, Differencing, Efficiency, Full aggregation, Maximum likelihood estimation.
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Asymptotics under misspecified trend regression, Cross section dependence, Evaporating trend, Relative convergence, Trend regression, Weak σ-convergence
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