Nonparametric Detection and Estimation of Structural Change
We propose a nonparametric approach to the estimation and testing of structural change in time series regression models. Under the null of a given set of the coefficients being constant, we develop estimators of both the nonparametric and parametric components. Given the estimators under null and alternative, generalized F and Wald tests are developed. The asymptotic distributions of the estimators and test statistics are derived. A simulation study examines the fi?nite-sample performance of the estimators and tests. The techniques are employed in the analysis of structural change in US productivity and the Eurodollar term structure.
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- Bai, Jushan, 1999. "Likelihood ratio tests for multiple structural changes," Journal of Econometrics, Elsevier, vol. 91(2), pages 299-323, August.
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