Dynamic Regression Models
This chapter examines the application of the dynamic regression models for inference and prediction with dynamic econometric models. It shows how to extend to the dynamic case the notion of Bayesian cut seen in the static case to justify conditional inference. The chapter also explains how Bayesian inference can be used for single-equation dynamic models. It discusses the particular case of models with autoregressive errors, discusses the issues of moving average errors, and illustrates the empirical use of the error correction model by an analysis of a money demand function for Belgium.
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