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Bilel Sanhaji currently works at the UFR AES Economie et Gestion, Université de Vincennes - Paris 8. Bilel does research in Time Series Econometrics. Their most recent publication is 'Testing for Nonlinearity in Conditional Covariances.'
Using the capital asset pricing model, this article critically assesses the relative importance of computing ‘realized’ betas from high-frequency returns for Bitcoin and Ethereum—the two major cryptocurrencies—against their classic counterparts using the 1-day and 5-day return-based betas. The sample includes intraday data from 15 May 2018 until 17...
We propose two Lagrange multiplier tests for nonlinearity in conditional covariances in multivariate GARCH models. The null hypothesis is the scalar BEKK model in which covolatilities of time series are driven by a linear function of their own lags and lagged squared innovations. The alternative hypothesis is an extension of the model in which covo...
We introduce two tests for the constancy of conditional correlations of unknown functional form in multivariate GARCH models. The first test is based on artificial neural networks and the second on a Taylor expansion of each unknown conditional correlation. They can be seen as general misspecification tests for a large set of multivariate GARCH-typ...
This article explores the transmission of daytime and overnight information in terms of returns and volatility between Chinese and Asian, European and North American main stock markets. We propose a bivariate analysis with China as benchmark. By testing the constancy of the conditional correlations, we use an extended constant or dynamic conditiona...
We introduce two multivariate constant conditional correlation tests that require little knowledge of the functional relationship determining the conditional correlations. The first test is based on artificial neural networks and the second one is based on a Taylor expansion of each unknown conditional correlation. These new tests can be seen as ge...