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Econometrics Paper
On the uniform convergence of deconvolution estimators from repeated measurements Daisuke Kurisu and Taisuke Otsu
July 2019
Paper No' EM604:
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JEL Classification: C14


Tags: measurement error; deconvolution; uniform convergence

Econometrics Paper
Loch Linear Fitting under Near Epoch Dependence: Uniform Consistency with Convergence Rate Degui Li, Zudi Lu and Oliver Linton August 2010
Paper No' EM/2010/549:
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JEL Classification: C13, C14, C22


Tags: local linear fitting; near epoch dependence; convergence rates; uniform consistency.

Econometrics Paper
Beta Convergence C Michelacci and Paolo Zaffaroni
July 1997
Paper No' EM/1997/332:
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Tags: growth model; convergence; long memory; aggregation

Econometrics Paper
Rate Optimal Semiparametric Estimation of the Memory Parameter of the Gaussian Time Serieswith Long-Range Dependence - (Now published in 'Journal of Time Series Analysis', 18 (1997), pp.49-60.) Liudas Giraitis, Peter M Robinson and Alexander Samarov February 1997
Paper No' EM/1997/323:
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Tags: long-range dependence; semiparametric models; optimal rates of convergence; lower bounds

Econometrics Paper
Convergence Empirics Across Economies with (Some)Capital Mobility (Now published in Journal of Economic Growth, vol.1, No.1 ( March 1996),pp.95-124.) Danny Quah  1994
Paper No' EM/1994/275:
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Tags: growth and fluctuations; cross-country distribution of income; convergence hypothesis; intra-distribution mobility; capital investment

Econometrics Paper
Galton's Fallacy and Tests of the Convergence Hypothesis (Now published in Scandinavian Journal of Economics 95 (4), 1993, pp.427-443.) Danny Quah  1993
Paper No' EM/1993/265:
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Tags: convergence hypothesis; regressing average growth rates; galton's fallacy; coefficients of arbitrary signs; divergence of cross-country incomes.

Econometrics Paper
An L1-Convergence Theorem for Heterogeneous Mixingale Arrays with Trending Moments (Now published in Statistics & Probability Letters 16 (1993), pp.301-304.) James Davidson  1992
Paper No' EM/1992/242:
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Tags: l1-convergence theorem; heterogeneous mixingale arrays; weak laws of large numbers; random sequences; trending moments.