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Quadratic GARCH Models: Introduction and Applications
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Quadratic GARCH Models: Introduction and Applications
Park, Jin-A; Choi, Moon-Sun; Hwan, Sun-Young;
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 Abstract
In GARCH context, the conditional variance (or volatility) is of a quadratic function of the observation process. Examine standard ARCH/GARCH and their variant models in terms of quadratic formulations and it is interesting to note that most models in GARCH context have contained neither the first order term nor the interaction term. In this paper, we consider three models possessing the first order and/or interaction terms in the formulation of conditional variances, viz., quadratic GARCH, absolute value GARCH and bilinear GARCH processes. These models are investigated with a view to model comparisons and applications to financial time series in Korea
 Keywords
Volatility;quadratic GARCH(Q-GARCH);bilinear GARCH(BL-GARCH);
 Language
Korean
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