Cointegration in Frequency Domain
AbstractExistence of a cointegration relationship between two time series in the time domain imposes restrictions on the series zero-frequency behaviour in terms of their squared coherence, phase, and gain, in the frequency domain. I derive these restrictions by studying cross-spectral properties of a cointegrated bivariate system. Specifically, I demonstrate that if two difference stationary series, X and Yt- b] and thus share a common stochastic trend, then at the zero frequency, the squared coherence of (1 - L) Xt and (1 - L) Yt will equal one, their phase will equal zero, and their gain will equal |b|.
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Common Stochastic Trend; Cointegration; Frequency Domain Anlysis; Cross-Spectrum; Zero-Frequency.;
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