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dc.contributor.authorBANERJEE, Anindya
dc.contributor.authorMARCELLINO, Massimiliano
dc.contributor.authorMASTEN, Igor
dc.description.abstractStarting from the dynamic factor model for non-stationary data we derive the factor-augmented error correction model (FECM) and, by generalizing the Granger representation theorem, its moving-average representation. The latter is used for the identification of structural shocks and their propagation mechanism. Besides discussing contemporaneous restrictions along the lines of Bernanke et al. (2005), we show how to implement classical identification schemes based on long-run restrictions in the case of large panels. The importance of the error-correction mechanism for impulse response analysis is analysed by means of both empirical examples and simulation experiments. Our results show that the bias in estimated impulse responses in a FAVAR model is positively related to the strength of the error-correction mechanism and the cross-section dimension of the panel. We observe empirically in a large panel of US data that these features have a substantial effect on the responses of several variables to the identified real shock.
dc.relation.ispartofseriesCEPR Discussion Paperen
dc.titleStructural FECM : cointegration in large-scale structural FAVAR models
dc.typeWorking Paper

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