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Weak Convergence Of Nonlinear Transformations Of Integrated Processes: The Multivariate Case


  • Christopeit, Norbert


We consider weak convergence of sample averages of nonlinearly transformed stochastic triangular arrays satisfying a functional invariance principle. A fundamental paradigm for such processes is constituted by integrated processes. The results obtained are extensions of recent work in the literature to the multivariate and non-Gaussian case. As admissible nonlinear transformation, a new class of functionals (so-called locally p -integrable functions) is introduced that adapts the concept of locally integrable functions in Pötscher (2004, Econometric Theory 20, 1–22) to the multidimensional setting.

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  • Christopeit, Norbert, 2009. "Weak Convergence Of Nonlinear Transformations Of Integrated Processes: The Multivariate Case," Econometric Theory, Cambridge University Press, vol. 25(05), pages 1180-1207, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:cup:etheor:v:25:y:2009:i:05:p:1180-1207_09

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    1. Pötscher, Benedikt M., 2013. "On The Order Of Magnitude Of Sums Of Negative Powers Of Integrated Processes," Econometric Theory, Cambridge University Press, vol. 29(03), pages 642-658, June.

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