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spectral and cross-spectral analysis of the long swing hypothesis.
Matthew J. Lambrinides
by Department of Economics, University of Warwick in Coventry
|Series||Warwick economic research papers -- no. 35|
|Contributions||University of Warwick. Department of Economics.|
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“A Spectral-Analytic Test of the Long-Swing Hypothesis in Canada,” The Review of Economics and Statistics, vol. 50,pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar Cited by: 1. The forerunners of modern spectral analysis have been Fourier series fitting techniques and the periodograms.
The reason for the periodogram giving evidence of too many apparent cycles is explained by the low correlation between estimates at adjacent frequencies and the fact that it is an inconsistent estimator of the theoretical by: Cross-spectral analyses have been made of the relations between these series and the corresponding series as seasonally adjustment by the procedures used by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The cross-spectral estimates clarify the lead-lag relationships among the series. We find three key factors, loans and discounts of all banks, exports, and government consumption leading the other. A Spectral Analysis of Building Cycles in Britain.
R Barras and D Ferguson. Harkness, J P,“A spectral-analytic test of the long swing hypothesis in Canada Klotz, B P, Neal, L,“Spectral and cross spectral analysis of the long swing hypothesis Cited by: KLOTZ, BENJAMIN P., and LARRY NEAL.
Spectral and Cross-Spectral Analysis of the Long-Swing Hypothesis KMENTA, J., and P. SMITH. Autonomous Expenditures Versus Money Supply: An Application of Dynamic Multipliers KWON, JENE, and RICHARD THORNTON.
An Examination of the Financing of Federal Home Loan Bank Advances: A Reply "Spectral and Cross-Spectral Analysis of the Long-Swing Hypothesis," The Review of Economics and Statistics, MIT Press, vol. 55(3), pagesAugust. Altissimo, F. & Violante, G.L., " Nonlinear VAR: Some Theory and an Application to the US GNP and Unemployment," PapersBanca Italia - Servizio di Studi.
KLOTZ, BENJAMIN P., AND LARRY NEAL, “Spectral and Cross-Spectral Analysis of the Long-Swing Hypothesis,” Review of Economics and Statistics, 55 (August ), – CrossRef Google Scholar KNODEL, JOHN, The Decline of Fertility in Germany, –, Princeton, N.J.: Cited by: 2. So far, only a minority of all works could be analyzed.
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55(3), pagesAugust. Cited by. Highlights of the spectral and cross-spectral esti-mates are the subject of section III, and some implications of the study are discussed in the con-cluding section.
II Our empirical analysis of the construction cycle utilizes spectral analysis for a two-fold purpose. Received for. This chapter discusses the role of modern methods of time series analysis in the evaluation of econometric models. Despite the fact that econometric models are frequently based on time series data, classical regression and related methods are almost always used in parameter estimation and hypothesis by: Cross-spectral analysis of the Sr/Ca and IRD time series yields coherent periodicities of and years, which are harmonics of the 1, ± year IRD periodicity.
These coherencies corroborate strong visual correlations and provide convincing evidence for solar forcing of east-central North American droughts and strengthen the case for.
This preliminary study of the characteristics of national cycles that shows agreement between the cycles characterising the different countries is followed by a study of the impetus and propagation relations at the international scale through cross-spectral analysis.
– Analysis of cross-spectraCited by: 3. “The Long Swing: A Spectral and Cross-Spectral Comparison of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century United States Experience” by Giorgio Canarella, California State University – Los Angeles; Donald Snyder, California State University – Los Angeles.
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Giorgio Canarella (with Donald Snyder), The Long Swing: A Spectral and Cross-Spectral Comparison of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century United States Experience, Spring James Cantwell (with Ronald Krumm), Empirical Estimates of Optimal City Size (abstract), Autumn Apparently unaware of rigorous cross-spectral methods to establish relationships between stochastic time series (and entirely ignoring the very apparent lack of coherence between Amazon rainfall and the sunspot cycle), Antico and Torres resort to analysis methodology that is as quaint as it is inappropriate, Sadly, analytically misguided.
Frequency dependence of accuracy of reconstruction estimated from spectral and cross‐spectral analysis. (a) Normalized spectrum of observed precipitation P. (b) Normalized spectrum of reconstructed P.
(c) Squared coherency of observed with reconstructed P. (d) Phase of observed with reconstructed P. Analysis is on log‐transformed P, Cited by: References for “The Asian Monsoon” book – Chapter 6 the time series have been plotted with and without filtering and have been subjected to spectral analysis to reveal the nature of intraseasonal fluctuations and their interannual variability.
Analysis of the 95 yr-long model integrations conducted with and without the. His other significant contribution was the identification and handling of the possibility of rapid phase lag change at some frequencies in cross‐spectral analysis in In the later part of the s, Akaike was forced to abandon, though not completely, his almost decade attachment to.
Data analysis is indispensable to every science and engineering endeavor, but it always plays the second fiddle to the subject area. The existing methods of data analysis either the probability theory or the spectral analysis are all developed by mathematicians or based on their rigorous rules.Full text of "Essays In Mathematical Economics" See other formats.This banner text can have markup.
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