A Characterization of the Dickey-Fuller Distribution, With Some Extensions to the Multivariate Case
This paper provides a theoretical functional representation of the density function related to the Dickey- Fuller random variable. The approach is extended to cover the multivariate case in two special frameworks: the independence and the perfect correlation of the series.
|Date of creation:||28 Sep 2009|
|Publication status:||published in JSM 2009 Proceedings, Business and Economic Statistics Section. Alexandria, VA. American Statistical Association, 4570-4576.|
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