ESTIMATION OF SPATIAL AUTOREGRESSIONS WITH STOCHASTIC WEIGHT MATRICES
Abhimanyu Gupta ()
Econometric Theory, 2019, vol. 35, issue 2, 417-463
We examine a higher-order spatial autoregressive model with stochastic, but exogenous, spatial weight matrices. Allowing a general spatial linear process form for the disturbances that permits many common types of error specifications as well as potential â€˜long memoryâ€™, we provide sufficient conditions for consistency and asymptotic normality of instrumental variables, ordinary least squares, and pseudo maximum likelihood estimates. The implications of popular weight matrix normalizations and structures for our theoretical conditions are discussed. A set of Monte Carlo simulations examines the behaviour of the estimates in a variety of situations. Our results are especially pertinent in situations where spatial weights are functions of stochastic economic variables, and this type of setting is also studied in our simulations.
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Working Paper: Estimation of Spatial Autoregressions with Stochastic Weight Matrices (2015)
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