Generation and testing of pseudo-random numbers to be used in the stochastic simulation of econometric models
Purpose of this paper is the description of the tecniques used to generate pseudo-random numbers, to be added as disturbance terms to the stochastic structural equations of econometric models. These disturbance terms should have the same statistical properties as the residuals obtained, in each equation, during the estimation phase.
|Date of creation:||1976|
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|Publication status:||Published in IBM Italy Technical Report G513-3544 (1976): pp. 1-42|
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