The objective of the paper is to draw the theory of endogeneity in dynamic models in discrete and continuous time, in particular for diffusions and counting processes. We first provide an extension of the separable set-up to a separable dynamic framework given in term of semi-martingale decomposition. Then we define our function of interest as a stopping time for an additional noise process, whose role is played by a Brownian motion for diffusions, and a Poisson process for counting processes.
- C14: Semiparametric and Nonparametric Methods: General
- C32: Time-Series Models • Dynamic Quantile Regressions • Dynamic Treatment Effect Models • Diffusion Processes
- C51: Model Construction and Estimation
Jean-Pierre Florens, and Guillaume Simon, “Endogeneity and Instrumental Variables in Dynamic Models”, TSE Working Paper, n. 10-178, April 2010.
TSE Working Paper, n. 10-178, April 2010