A Package to Perform Covariate Augmented Dickey-Fuller Unit Root Tests

Hansen's (1995) Covariate-Augmented Dickey-Fuller (CADF) test. The only required argument is y, the Tx1 time series to be tested. If no stationary covariate X is passed to the procedure, then an ordinary ADF test is performed. The p-values of the test are computed using the procedure illustrated in Lupi (2009).


Changes in Version 0.3-3

    Some compilation warnings corrected.

Vignettes have been updated.

Changes in Version 0.3-2

Vignettes migrated to new directory "vignettes".

Changes in Version 0.3-1

Corrections to methods:
-	A minor bug has been corrected in the plot() method.

-	Some typos corrected and other minor fixes in the .Rd files.	

Changes in Version 0.3-0

A new improved version of the "CADFtest" package (version 0.3-0)
is available. The new version includes some minor adjustments
to the code and adds a number of new features.

New methods added in Version 0.3-0:
-	residuals() retrieves the model's residuals;
-	plot() plots the model's residuals (standardized residuals,
	residuals density and Jarque-Bera test for normality, 
	ACF of residuals, partial ACF of residuals).
-	an update-method has been added to update model specification, lags,
-	the summary-method now produces an object of class "CADFtestsummary".
	A new print-method has been added for this class. This allows the 
	user to control the usual options (digits, signif.stars, etc.). The 
	p-value of the lagged dependent is now consistent with the CADF distribution.
	The F-statistic refer to the joint significance of the stationary regressors
	in the auxiliary test regression.

New options and arguments:
-	in the new version, the model can be specified also as "y ~ 1". 
	This means that no stationary covariates are used, and an ordinary ADF model 
	will be carried out. However, ``1'' does not necessarily mean that a onstant
	is used in the model: as usual, the type of model (without constant, with 
	constant, with constant and linear trend) is chosen according to the argument 
-	instead of specifying "Auto=TRUE" for automatic model selection (as in the
	previous version of the package), the criterion argument now takes the form 
	criterion=c("none", "BIC", "AIC", "HQC"). The default is "none" that corresponds 
	to the "Auto=FALSE" argument of the previous version of the package. The 
	Hannan-Quinn criterion ("HQC") has been added for completeness to the already 
	present Akaike ("AIC") and Schwarz ("BIC") criteria;
-	the user can control all the argument passed to "KernHAC", instead of 
	just "kernel" and "prewhite". However, the default has been changed to
	quadratic spectral kernel with VAR(1) prewhitening. If one wants to 
	use Hansen's (1995) setting kernel="Parzen" and prewhite=FALSE have to be 
-	the argument `trend' has changed to type = c("trend", "drift",
	"none") to be consistent with package "urca".

New data:
-	The subdirectory ./data contains the tables of parameters 
	estimated in Costantini et al. (2007) in binary (.rda) format. 
	The tables can be accessed using the usual procedures.

-	The package now depends on "urca" rather than on "fUnitRoots",
	given that the latter will become deprecated and the relevant 
	functions have been already ported to "urca". Dependency on "tseries"
	has been added to allow for the new features of version 0.3-0 (the
	Jarque-Bera test is computed using package "tseries").

-	Some typos corrected and other minor fixes in the .Rd files;
-	documentation on the new features has been added;
-	an URL tag has been added to ./inst/CITATION.

Reference manual

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0.3-3 by Claudio Lupi, 5 years ago


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/CADFtest

Authors: Claudio Lupi

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

Task views: Econometrics, Empirical Finance, Time Series Analysis

GPL (>= 2) license

Depends on dynlm, sandwich, tseries, urca

See at CRAN