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THE BOOTSTRAP OF THE MEAN FOR DEPENDENT HETEROGENEOUS ARRAYS

Gonçalves, Sílvia and Halbert White
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Silvia Goncalves ()

Econometric Theory, 2002, vol. 18, issue 6, 1367-1384

Abstract: Presently, conditions ensuring the validity of bootstrap methods for the sample mean of (possibly heterogeneous) near epoch dependent (NED) functions of mixing processes are unknown. Here we establish the validity of the bootstrap in this context, extending the applicability of bootstrap methods to a class of processes broadly relevant for applications in economics and finance. Our results apply to two block bootstrap methods: the moving blocks bootstrap of Künsch (1989, Annals of Statistics 17, 1217–1241) and Liu and Singh (1992, in R. LePage & L. Billiard (eds.), Exploring the Limits of the Bootstrap, 224–248) and the stationary bootstrap of Politis and Romano (1994a, Journal of the American Statistical Association 89, 1303–1313). In particular, the consistency of the bootstrap variance estimator for the sample mean is shown to be robust against heteroskedasticity and dependence of unknown form. The first-order asymptotic validity of the bootstrap approximation to the actual distribution of the sample mean is also established in this heterogeneous NED context.

Date: 2002
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