Long memory with Markov-Switching GARCH
The paper considers the Markov-Switching GARCH(1,1)-model with time-varying transition probabilities. It derives su±cient conditions for the square of the process to display long memory and provides some additional intuition for the empirical observation that estimated GARCH-parameters often sum to almost one.
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|Date of revision:||Oct 2006|
|Publication status:||Published in Economics Letters, May 2008, pages 390-392|
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