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stationary

(stā′shŭn-ĕr-ē) [L. stationarius, belonging to a station]
Remaining in a fixed condition.
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Learning from experience, including that of others, means that expectations evolve over time and induce a non-stationarity in economic relationships.
Here, we assumed that the global model would present stronger spatial autocorrelation in residuals than the local model because it ignored non-stationarity in relationships between predictor variables and soil properties.
Table l, provides the results of these non-stationarity tests for the price series and sales series for the beer and tissue categories.
Also for public debt we can reject the null hypothesis of non-stationarity.
no unit root in any of the time series), versus the alternative of non-stationarity for at least some cross-sections.
If [beta] is significant, the null hypothesis of non-stationarity is rejected.
This means that we can reject the null hypothesis of non-stationarity at the 1 per cent and 5 per cent significance levels.
The Phillips-Perron and DF-GLS tests applied to the first difference of the data series reject the null hypothesis of non-stationarity for all the variables used in this study.
Following Augmented Dickey-Fuller Unit Root Test the null hypothesis of non-stationarity of all variables was rejected when the first and second order difference variables were used.
Moreover, in less than 20% of developed and of developing countries the hypothesis of non-stationarity is rejected for series in levels and, in the remaining countries, the series are stationary after taking the first difference.
Since the study is quite old, it has not considered problems of non-stationarity and spurious results which are generally associated with time series data.
A research study by Subhani Hasan Mehar and Osman (2011) entails all stock markets non-stationarity at zero level and these markets were co-integrated with each other altogether.

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