DISCRETE TIME REPRESENTATIONS OF COINTEGRATED CONTINUOUS TIME MODELS WITH MIXED SAMPLE DATA
Econometric Theory, 2009, vol. 25, issue 4, 1030-1049
This paper derives an exact discrete time representation corresponding to a triangular cointegrated continuous time system with mixed stock and flow variables and observable stochastic trends. The discrete time model inherits the triangular structure of the underlying continuous time system and does not suffer from the apparent excess differencing that has been found in some related work. It can therefore serve as a basis for the study of the asymptotic sampling properties of estimators of the model's parameters. Some further analytical and computational results that enable Gaussian estimation to be implemented are also provided.
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