Multivariate versions of Bartlett’s formula
This paper quantifies the form of the asymptotic covariance matrix of the sample autocovariances in a multivariate stationary time series—the classic Bartlett formula. Such quantification is useful in many statistical inferences involving autocovariances. While joint asymptotic normality of the sample autocovariances is well-known in univariate settings, explicit forms of the asymptotic covariances have not been investigated in the general multivariate non-Gaussian case. We fill this gap by providing such an analysis, bookkeeping all skewness terms. Additionally, following a recent univariate paper by Francq and Zakoian, we consider linear processes driven by non-independent errors, a feature that permits consideration of multivariate GARCH processes.
Volume (Year): 105 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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