By Frederic S. Mishkin
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, pursuits in variables. during this quantity, Fredrick S. Mishkin first theoretically develops and discusses a unified econometric therapy of those versions after which exhibits how you can estimate them with an annotated laptop application.
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The joint procedure will result in more efficient estimates of parameters because the X and Y equations 25 The Econometric Methodology each make use of the other's information in the estimation process. The joint procedure also generates tests of both the neutrality and rationality implications of the MRE hypothesis, whereas the two-step procedure cannot test for rationality and is capable of testing only for neutrality. What relationship exists between tests of neutrality using the joint versus the two-step procedure?
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2: An Annotated Computer Program The computer program here demonstrates how the models discussed in this book can be estimated. The particular example is chosen from Chapter 6 to illustrate the general principle of estimating models where (1) current and lagged values of both anticipated and unanticipated variables have explanatory power, and (2) the error term is specified to follow an autoregressive process. The program makes use of the PROC NLIN nonlinear estimation procedure in the widely available computer package SAS, described in the SAS User's Guide (1979).
A Rational Expectations Approach to Macroeconometrics: Testing Policy Ineffectiveness and Efficient-Markets Models by Frederic S. Mishkin