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Re: st: bootstrap ivreg2

From   "Vidya Mahambare" <>
To   <>
Subject   Re: st: bootstrap ivreg2
Date   Thu, 30 Sep 2004 22:10:07 +0100

Thanks to all for their input on this topic. I have a time series  of inflation,
interest rate, output and so on.  I have searched recent literature and what I
had in mind is what Inoue and Shintani propose in the following paper.

Bootstrapping GMM Estimators for Time Series by Inoue and Shintani, 2004,
Journal of Econometrics, forthcoming (for those who are interested a discussion
paper version is available on the author's webpage).

After reading all suggestions and the manual, I don't think Stata can do such
estimation at present. 


>>> 30/09/04 9:37 PM >>>
The relatively commonly accepted way to do the time series bootstrap
is by blocks. If what you indeed have are panel data, then I would
suggest resampling by panels as a whole. You should be able to do that
with -bootstrap, cluster()-. If yours is a genuine time series, you
need to find out what the state of the art is through current
publications on the topic. It's going to be tough to taylor Stata's
-bootstrap- to work with that, however.


On Thu, 30 Sep 2004 19:57:12 +0100, Vidya Mahambare
<> wrote:
> Jeff, Thanks for pointing out that -bootstrap - in Stata is not appropriate
> time series data. Is there an inbuilt way in Stata to do time series
> bootstrapping?
> Vidya
> Dr Vidya Mahambare
> B21, Cardiff Business School
> Ph: 0044 29 2087 6407

Stas Kolenikov
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