Testing for time-varying properties under misspecified conditional mean and variance
Daiki Maki and
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This study examines statistical performance of tests for time-varying properties under misspecified conditional mean and variance. When we test for time-varying properties of the conditional mean in the case in which data have no time-varying mean but have time-varying variance, asymptotic tests have size distortions. This is improved by the use of a bootstrap method. Similarly, when we test for time-varying properties of the conditional variance in the case in which data have time-varying mean but no time-varying variance, asymptotic tests have large size distortions. This is not improved even by the use of bootstrap methods. We show that tests for time-varying properties of the conditional mean by the bootstrap are robust regardless of the time-varying variance model, whereas tests for time-varying properties of the conditional variance do not perform well in the presence of misspecified time-varying mean.
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Date: 2019-07, Revised 2019-08
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