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Orthogonale und verallgemeinerte Impuls-Antwort-Funktionen in Vektor-Fehlerkorrekturmodellen

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  • Andreas Nastansky
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    Die Impuls-Antwort-Analyse – auch Schockanalyse genannt – stellt eine wichtige Möglichkeit der vertiefenden Analyse von vektorautoregressiven (VAR) Modellen dar. Bei der Schätzung der Impuls-Antwort-Folgen müssen die Zeitreiheneigenschaften der zugrundeliegenden Daten berücksichtigt werden. Weisen die Zeitreihen stochastische Trends auf und sind die Zeitreihen kointegriert, kann die Impuls-Antwort-Analyse auf der Basis eines kointegrierenden VAR-Modells (VECM) erfolgen. Pesaran und Shin (1998) entwickelten die verallgemeinerten (Generalized) Impuls-Antwort-Funktionen, um den Mangel der fehlenden Eindeutigkeit der orthogonalen Schockanalyse zu umgehen. Am Beispiel der Variablen einer Konsumfunktion für Deutschland werden die auf der Grundlage eines Vektor-Fehlerkorrekturmodells berechneten verallgemeinerten Impuls-Antwort-Folgen den orthogonalen gegenübergestellt.

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    Paper provided by Universität Potsdam, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Fakultät in its series Statistische Diskussionsbeiträge with number 45.

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    Date of creation: Mar 2011
    Handle: RePEc:pot:statdp:45
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