lag coefficient

lag coefficient

[′lag ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
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rho] is spatial lag coefficient vector, if it passes through statistical tests, then shows that the existence of spatial dependencies between the output and input of science and technology, that is, there exists knowledge diffusion, spillovers and interaction between adjacent area space units.
In contrast to the fixed-coefficient version, the parameters of the intercept and of the lag coefficient matrix are allowed to vary over time in a prescribed manner.
Additionally, the shear lag coefficient in Green's lag entrainment equation of the turbulent boundary layer model was adjusted and deviation from the equilibrium flow has been coupled to the shape factor of the boundary layer [3].
I begin with the average crime rate for the counties and years included in the reduced sample and then add the lead or lag coefficient plus the product of the turnstile coefficient and the average turnstile count for the appropriate lag from Table 4.
Job Growth Results 5-year lag model Lag Coefficient t-stat No lag -98,577.
The estimation of the MIRR involves the relationship in Equation (2) being estimated in double log form, with each lag coefficient on the R&E variable representing the productivity elasticity of R&E for that year.
The prior for the individual elements of each lag coefficient matrix [B.
This study has also envisaged the long-run effects of demand-pull and cost-push inflations by tracing out the time-path of the estimated distributed lag coefficient, using both Almon's lags and OLS unrestricted lags.
003 (a) Calculated as short-run elasticities divided by one minus lag coefficient.
During Down and Recovery periods the sign of the lag coefficients remain positive but insignificant.
In order for the distributed lag model to make sense, the lag coefficients must tend to zero as k [right arrow] [infinity].