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Copula-Based Univariate Time Series Structural Shift Identification Test


  • Henry Penikas


An approach is proposed to determine structural shift in time-series assuming non-linear dependence of lagged values of dependent variable. Copulas are used to model non-linear dependence of time series components.

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  • Henry Penikas, 2016. "Copula-Based Univariate Time Series Structural Shift Identification Test," Papers 1609.05056,
  • Handle: RePEc:arx:papers:1609.05056

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