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Rolling Regressions with Stata


  • Kit Baum

    () (Boston College and RePEc)


This talk will describe some work underway to add a "rolling regression" capability to Stata's suite of time series features. Although commands such as "statsby" permit analysis of non-overlapping subsamples in the time domain, they are not suited to the analysis of overlapping (e.g. "moving window") samples. Both moving-window and widening-window techniques are often used to judge the stability of time series regression relationships. We will present an implementation of a rolling regression command and illustrate with examples from the empirical literature.

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  • Kit Baum, 2004. "Rolling Regressions with Stata," North American Stata Users' Group Meetings 2004 9, Stata Users Group, revised 11 Aug 2004.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:asug04:9

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