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A Portmanteau test for serially correlated errors in fixed effects models

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Inoue, A., and Gary Solon. 2006. "A Portmanteau test for serially correlated errors in fixed effects models." Economic Theory, 22(5): 835-851.

We propose a portmanteau test for serial correlation of the error term in a fixed effects model. The test is derived as a Lagrange multiplier test, but it also has a straightforward Wald test interpretation. In Monte Carlo experiments, the test displays good size and power properties.

DOI:10.1017/S0266466606060385 (Full Text)

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