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dc.contributor.authorPape, Katharina-
dc.contributor.authorGaleano, Pedro-
dc.contributor.authorWied, Dominik-
dc.description.abstractA multivariate monitoring procedure is presented to detect changes in the parameter vector of the dynamic conditional correlation model proposed by Robert Engle in 2002. The benefit of the proposed procedure is that it can be used to detect changes in both the conditional and unconditional variance as well as in the correlation structure of the model. The detector is based on quasi log likelihood scores. More precisely, standardized derivations of quasi log likelihood contributions of points in the monitoring period are evaluated at parameter estimates calculated from a historical period. The null hypothesis of a constant parameter vector is rejected if these standardized terms differ too much from those that were expected under the assumption of a constant parameter vector. Under appropriate assumptions on moments and the structure of the parameter space, limit results are derived both under null hypothesis and alternatives. In a simulation study, size and power properties of the procedure are examined in various scenarios.en
dc.relation.ispartofseriesDiscussion Paper / SFB823;7, 2017en
dc.subjectdynamic conditional correlationen
dc.subjectthreshold functionen
dc.subjectparameter changesen
dc.subjectonline detectionen
dc.subjectmultivariate sequencesen
dc.titleSequential detection of parameter changes in dynamic conditional correlation modelsen
dc.subject.rswkMultivariate Analysede
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