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Is Spatial Bootstrapping a Panacea for Valid Inference?

Bootstrapping methods have so far been rarely used to evaluate spatial data sets. Based on an extensive Monte Carlo study we find that also for spatial, cross-sectional data, the wild bootstrap test proposed by Davidson and Flachaire (2008) based on restricted residuals clearly outperforms asymptotic as well as competing bootstrap tests, like the pairs bootstrap.

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Paper provided by Universitaet Augsburg, Institute for Economics in its series Discussion Paper Series with number 322.

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Date of creation: May 2013
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Handle: RePEc:aug:augsbe:0322
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