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Testing linearity against STAR models
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Taylor rules (reduced form and optimal rule)
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New Keynesian Models
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Arvanitis, Stelios, and Antonis Demos. “Time Dependence and Moments of a Family of Time‐Varying Parameter Garch in Mean Models.” Journal of Time Series Analysis 25, no. 1 (2004): 1-25.
Oyewale, Akintunde Mutairu, Shangodoyin Dahud Kehinde, and Kgosi Phazamile. “Smooth Transition Autoregressive-GARCH Model in Forecasting Non-linear Economic Time Series Data.” Journal of Statistical and Econometric Methods 2, no. 2 (2013): 11-19. (STAR_GARCH)
Asymmetric loss function
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