By Badi H. Baltagi
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Artificial regressions other than the GNR allow these methods to be used more widely than just in the least squares context. 5 HYPOTHESIS TESTING WITH ARTIFICIAL REGRESSIONS Artificial regressions like the GNR are probably employed most frequently for hypothesis testing. Suppose we wish to test a set of r equality restrictions on θ. Without loss of generality, we can assume that these are zero restrictions. This allows us to partition θ into two subvectors, θ1 of length k − r, and θ2 of length r, the restrictions being that θ2 = 0.
G. MacKinnon (1993).
The regressand and regressors in (1) can be evaluated at any point θ ʦ Θ, and the properties of the artificial regression will depend on the point at which they are evaluated. In many cases, we will want to evaluate (1) at a vector of estimates Q that is root-n consistent. This means that, if the true parameter vector is θ0 ʦ Θ, then Q approaches θ0 at a rate proportional to n−1/2. One such vector that is of particular interest is P, the vector of estimates which minimizes the criterion function Q(θ).
A Companion to Theoretical Econometrics (Blackwell Companions to Contemporary Economics) by Badi H. Baltagi