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Elasticities and the Inverse Hyperbolic Sine Transformation Early View

  • Journal: Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
  • Authors: Marc F. Bellemare, Casey J. Wichman
  • Published Date: Jul 10, 2019

Abstract Applied econometricians frequently apply the inverse hyperbolic sine (or arcsinh) transformation to a variable because it approximates the natural logarithm of that variable and allows...

Estimation of the intensity function of an inhomogeneous Poisson process with a change‐point Early View

  • Journal: Canadian Journal of Statistics
  • Authors: Tin Lok J. Ng, Thomas B. Murphy
  • Published Date: Jul 10, 2019

Abstract Recent work on point processes includes studying posterior convergence rates of estimating a continuous intensity function. In this article, convergence rates for estimating the intensity...

As you like it: Explaining the popularity of life‐cycle funds with multi cumulative prospect theory Early View

  • Journal: Risk Management and Insurance Review
  • Authors: Stefan Graf, Jochen Ruß, Stefan Schelling
  • Published Date: Jul 10, 2019

Abstract Life‐cycle (or target‐date) funds are funds, which typically decrease their risk exposure over time. They have been very successful in many countries, particularly in the segment of old age...

Economic Policy Uncertainty Spillovers in Booms and Busts Early View

  • Journal: Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
  • Authors: Giovanni Caggiano, Efrem Castelnuovo, Juan Manuel Figueres
  • Published Date: Jul 10, 2019

Abstract We estimate a nonlinear VAR to quantify the impact of US economic policy uncertainty shocks on the Canadian unemployment rate in booms and busts. We find strong evidence in favour of...

Self‐Weighted Lad‐Based Inference for Heavy‐Tailed Continuous Threshold Autoregressive Models Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Time Series Analysis
  • Authors: Yaxing Yang, Dong Li
  • Published Date: Jul 09, 2019

This note investigates the self‐weighted least absolute deviation estimation (SLADE) of a heavy‐tailed continuous threshold autoregressive (TAR) model. It is shown that the SLADE is strongly...

Optimal design of a simple step‐stress accelerated life test under progressive type I censoring with nonuniform durations for exponential lifetimes Early View

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: David Han
  • Published Date: Jul 09, 2019

Abstract Thanks to continuously advancing technology and manufacturing processes, the products and devices are becoming highly reliable. However, performing the life tests of these products at normal...

Using GWAS top hits to inform priors in Bayesian fine‐mapping association studies Early View

  • Journal: Genetic Epidemiology
  • Authors: Kevin Walters, Angela Cox, Hannuun Yaacob
  • Published Date: Jul 09, 2019

Abstract The default causal single‐nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) effect size prior in Bayesian fine‐mapping studies is usually the Normal distribution. This choice is often based on computational...

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