By Frederic S. Mishkin
A Rational expectancies method of Macroeconometrics pursues a rational expectancies method of the estimation of a category of types commonly mentioned within the macroeconomics and finance literature: these which emphasize the consequences from unanticipated, instead of expected, events in variables. during this quantity, Fredrick S. Mishkin first theoretically develops and discusses a unified econometric therapy of those types after which exhibits tips to estimate them with an annotated laptop software.
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As will be shown below, to calculate RETA for the heteroscedasticity correction and to decide when the last iteration is reached. Lines 248-250 retain only the residuals in the data set DRESID. Lines 251-259 use PROC MEANS to calculate the standard error first of the output equation and then of the weighted forecasting equation. Discussion of the Output in Exhibit A2 The first page of the SAS output shows the convergence to the minimum sum of squared residuals, and pages 3-5 show the asymptotic correlation matrix of the parameter estimates.
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It assumes that the OLS 'Y, the estimate of ~ which minimizes the mean-squared forecasting error, is used in forming expectations in the y equation. Rationality of expectations implies only that subjective probability distributions do not differ from the true probability distributions. This implies that the ~ which is expected to minimize the mean-squared forecasting error is used in forming expectations and not the actual )' which minimizes the meansquared error. Thus, in finite samples, the two-step procedure makes an overly strong assumption about expectations formation.
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