Testing nonnested Euler conditions with quadrature-based methods of approximation
AbstractIn This Paper We Present a Test for Discriminating Between Two Non-Nested Sets of Euler Conditions Which Have Been Estimated Using Gmm. the Test Is Based on the Encompassing Principle of Mizon and Richard (1986), and Uses Tauchen's (1986) Quadrature-Based Methods for Approximating the Expectation of Nonlinear Functions of Stationary Random Variables. the Test Is Compared to the Procedure Suggested by Singleton (1986).
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- Ghysels, E. & Hall, A., 1987. "Testing Non-Nested Euler Conditions with Quadrature-Based Methods of Approximation," Cahiers de recherche 8703, Universite de Montreal, Departement de sciences economiques.
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