Seemingly unrelated regressions - Panel data - Spatial dependence Heterogeneity Forecasting
This paper considers various estimators using panel data seemingly unrelated regressions (SUR) with spatial error correlation. The true data generating process is assumed to be SUR with spatial error of the autoregressive or moving average type. Moreover, the remainder term of the spatial process is assumed to follow an error component structure. Both maximum likelihood and generalized moments (GM) methods of estimation are used. Using Monte Carlo experiments, we check the performance of these estimators and their forecasts under misspecification of the spatial error process, various spatial weight matrices, and heterogeneous versus homogeneous panel data models.
Baltagi, Badi H. and Pirotte, Alain, "Seemingly Unrelated Regressions with Spatial Error Components" (2010). Center for Policy Research. 166.
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