Granger revisited: t values and the empirical OLS bias with stationary and non-stationary time series using Monte Carlo simulations

  title={Granger revisited: t values and the empirical OLS bias with stationary and non-stationary time series using Monte Carlo simulations},
  author={Carlos Guerrero de Lizardi},
  journal={Revista Mexicana de Econom{\'i}a y Finanzas},
La realización de un análisis estadístico confiable se fundamenta en el reconocimiento de las características estadísticas de las series de tiempo en juego y de los supuestos probabilísticos subyacentes del modelo aplicado. Nuestro propósito es ilustrar este tipo de análisis utilizando algunas ideas de Granger. Nuestros resultados de Monte Carlo muestran que en presencia de series de tiempo estacionarias y no estacionarias, la inferencia basada en los mínimos cuadrados ordinarios puede ser enga… 
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