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We show that the power of the KPSS-test against integration, as measured by divergence rates of the test statistic under the alternative, remains the same when residuals from an OLS-regression rather than true observations are used. This is in stark contrast to residual based tests of the null...
The paper discusses structural change as possible mechanism that generates the appearance of long memory in economic time series. It shows that there are no long memory effects in German stock returns and that long memory in squares of German stock returns disappears once shifting means are...
We derive the limiting null distributions of the standard and OLS based CUSUM-tests for structural change of the coecients of a linear regression model in the context of long memory disturbances. We show that both tests behave fundamentally different in a long memory environment, as compared to...
We show that the power of the KPSS-test against inte-gration, as measured by divergence rates of the test statistic underthe alternative, remains the same when residuals from an OLS-regression rather than true observations are used.[...]
We show that the power of the KPSS-test against integration, as measured by divergence rates of the test statistic under the alternative, remains the same when residuals from an OLS-regression rather than true observations are used. The divergence rate is independent of the order of integration...
We show that the power of the KPSS-test against integration, as measured by divergence rates of the test statistic under the alternative, remains the same when residuals from an OLS-regression rather than true observations are used. This is in stark contrast to residual based tests of the null...
We derive the limiting null distributions of the standard and OLS based CUSUM-tests for structural change of the coecients of a linear regression model in the context of long memory disturbances. We show that both tests behave fundamentally different in a long memory environment, as compared to...
The paper discusses structural change as possible mechanism that generates the appearance of long memory in economic time series. It shows that there are no long memory effects in German stock returns and that long memory in squares of German stock returns disappears once shifting means are...