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Consistent Maximum Likelihood Estimation With Dependent Observations: The General (Non-Normal) Case And The Normal Case

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  • Heijmans, Risto
  • Magnus, Jan

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These seems to be almost universal consensus among econometricians that the method of maximum likelihood estimation yields estimators which, under mild assumptions, are consistent. The purpose of this paper is to show that this unanimity is largely justified, but on grounds that are not quite so trivial as generally assumed.

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  • Heijmans, Risto & Magnus, Jan, 1985. "Consistent Maximum Likelihood Estimation With Dependent Observations: The General (Non-Normal) Case And The Normal Case," University of Amsterdam, Actuarial Science and Econometrics Archive 293107, University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Business.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:amstas:293107
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.293107
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