Deriving Tests of the Semi-Linear Regression Model Using the Density Function of a Maximal Invariant
In the context of a general regression model in which some regression coefficients are of interest and others are purely nuisance parameters, we derive the density function of a maximal invariant statistic with the aim of testing for the inclusion of regressors (either linear or non-linear) in linear or semi-linear models. This allows the construction of the locally best invariant test, which in two important cases is equivalent to the one-sided t-test for a regression coefficient in an artificial linear regression model.
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- Wu, P.X. & King, M.L., 1994. "One Sided Hypothesis Testing in Econometrics: A Survey," Monash Econometrics and Business Statistics Working Papers 6/94, Monash University, Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics.
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