Testing a discrete switching disequibrium model of the UK labour market
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Published by Bank of England, Economics Division in [London] .
Written in English


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Statementby S.G. Hall, S.G.B. Henry and M. Pemberton.
SeriesDiscussion paper. technical series / Bank of England -- no.28
ContributionsHenry, S. G. B., Pemberton, M.
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Open LibraryOL21092254M
ISBN 100903314606

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This paper develops a test procedure for serial correlation for discrete switching disequilibrium models which include both an endogenous price adjustment equation and lagged dependent variables. The tests are applied to a model of the U.K. labor market and the model is respecified in the light of the test Author: S G Hall, S G B Henry and M Pemberton. Testing a discrete switching disequilibrium model of the UK labour market This paper develops and applies tests for serial correlation in a model of a market in which the price does not necessarily adjust immediately to equate supply and demand. Rather than always being at the intersection of the. Testing a discrete switching disequilibrium model of the UK labour market. correlation for discrete switching disequilibrium models which include both an endogenous price adjustment equation and lagged dependent variables. The tests are applied to a model of the U.K. labor market and the model is respecified in the light of the test Cited by: Testing a Discrete Switching Disequilibrium Model of the UK Labour Market. a test procedure for serial correlation for discrete switching disequilibrium models which include both an endogenous.

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