A Time Series Model with Qualitative Variables
The literature on time-series analysis has been largely confined to the analysis of time-series data where:
The number of observations is large, and
the variables are all observed as continuous variables.
KeywordsTime Series Model Consistent Estimate Party Identification Economic Expectation Model Variable Coefficient
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