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19992019-07-20T20:42:32Z<ARTICLE>Exact Distributions of Dickey-Fuller Statistics For Unit Root Testing
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Title: <ARTICLE>Exact Distributions of Dickey-Fuller Statistics For Unit Root Testing
Authors: Suhama, Gen'iti
Abstract: Let N(ρ-1), N(ρ_μ-1) and N(ρ_τ-1) be Dickey-Fuller Statistics for unit root testing, where N is size of sample and ρ,ρ_μ and ρ_τ are the ordinary least square estimates for coefficients in the time series models AR (1). In this paper, the exact distributions of those statistics, for N = 10 (1) 30 and 30 (5) 50, are numerically calculated by Imhof (1961) procedure. Our distributions for N - 25 and 50 are almost equivalent to the results of the Monte Carlo method (Fuller 1976, Table 8. 5. 1 and Dickey 1976, Table 5. 2). Using those distributions, the power of the testing for unit root hypothe- sis is numerically evaluated for N = 25 and 50. The unit root testing is bi- ased when true ρ is close to unity.1998-12-31T15:00:00Z<NOTE>A Note On The Policy For Health & Community Acceptance Of A LULU : Locally Undesirable Land Use
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Title: <NOTE>A Note On The Policy For Health & Community Acceptance Of A LULU : Locally Undesirable Land Use
Authors: Watanabe, Shigeru
Abstract: In this note the model of P. A. Groothuis, G. V. Houtven and J.C. Whitehead (1998) which analyzed the siting of LULU has been generalized. In the model it is assumed that the level of income does not depend on the health status, and medical expenditure in the case of poor health is implicitly neglected in the model. It is also assumed in the model that the siting of the hazardous waste facility effects only on the perceived probability of the poor health. However, it is plausible to suppose that not only the probability of the poor health but also the degree of required medical expenditure in the case of poor health will be affected by the siting of the hazardous waste facility. In this note labor income which depends on the health status is taken into account. Medical expenditure in the case of poor health is also taken into consideration in generalized model of this note. In addition, the effect of siting the hazardous waste facility on the degree of required medical expenditure is also considered.1998-12-31T15:00:00Z<ARTICLE>Contemporary Status and Prospective of Economies in Transition in Russian Far East
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Title: <ARTICLE>Contemporary Status and Prospective of Economies in Transition in Russian Far East
Authors: Miyamoto, Katsuhiro1998-12-31T15:00:00Z<ARTICLE>Health & Siting Of Locally Undesirable Facility Under A Given Budget
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Title: <ARTICLE>Health & Siting Of Locally Undesirable Facility Under A Given Budget
Authors: Watanabe, Shigeru1998-12-31T15:00:00Z