INVESTIGADORES
MONTES ROJAS Gabriel Victorio
artículos
Título:
Testing for random effects and serial correlation in spatial autoregressive models
Autor/es:
MONTES ROJAS, GABRIEL VICTORIO
Revista:
JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PLANNING AND INFERENCE
Editorial:
ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
Referencias:
Año: 2010 vol. 140 p. 1013 - 1013
ISSN:
0378-3758
Resumen:
This paper constructs and evaluates tests for random effects and serial correlation in spatial autoregressive panel data models. In these models, ignoring the presence of random effects not only produces misleading inference but inconsistent estimation of the regression coefficients. Two different estimation methods are considered: maximum likelihood and instrumental variables. For each estimator, optimal tests are constructed: Lagrange multiplier in the first case; Neyman’s CðaÞ in the second. In addition, locally size-robust tests, for individual hypotheses under local misspecification of the unconsidered parameter, are constructed. Extensive Monte Carlo evidence is presented