Dynamic Factors in the Presence of Blocks

  title={Dynamic Factors in the Presence of Blocks},
  author={Marc and Rom{\'a}n},
Macroeconometric data often come under the form of large panels of time series, themselves decomposing into smaller but still quite large subpanels or blocks. We show how the dynamic factor analysis method proposed in Forni et al (2000), combined with the identification method of Hallin and Lǐska (2007), allows for identifying and estimating joint and block-specific common factors. This leads to a more sophisticated analysis of the structures of dynamic interrelations within and between the… CONTINUE READING

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