My name is Christian Leschinski and I am a data scientist at SPRING Media, where I mostly work on use cases in programmatic advertising. Before that I was an assistant professor at the University of Hannover in Germany, where I spent my time with time series econometrics – especially with long memory and structural change models.
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- Kruse, R., Leschinski, C., and Will, M. (2019): Comparing Predictive Accuracy under Long Memory, With an Application to Volatility Forecasting. Journal of Financial Econometrics, 17 (2), pp. 180 – 228.
- Leschinski, C. (2017): On the memory of products of long range dependent time series. Economics Letters, 153: 72 – 76.
- Leschinski, C. and Bertram, P. (2017): Time varying contagion in EMU government bond spreads. Journal of Financial Stability, 29: 72 – 91.
- Leschinski, C. and Sibbertsen, P. (2019): Model order selection in periodic long memory models. Econometrics and Statistics, 1: 78-94.
- Sibbertsen, P., Leschinski, C., and Busch, M. (2018): A multivariate test against spurious long memory. Journal of Econometrics, 203(1): 33 – 49.
- Voges, M., Leschinski, C., and Sibbertsen, P. (2019): Seasonal long memory in intraday volatility and trading volume of Dow Jones stocks. In: Chevallier, J., editor, Routledge Advances in Applied Financial Econometrics, Vol. 1, International Financial Markets, Routledge, Oxon.
- Wenger, K., Leschinski, C.: Fixed-bandwidth CUSUM tests under long memory. Econometrics and Statistics, (forthcoming).
- Wenger, K., Leschinski, C., and Sibbertsen, P. (2019): Change-in-mean tests in long-memory time series: A review of recent developments. Advances in Statistical Analysis, 103: 237 – 256.
- Wenger, K., Leschinski, C., and Sibbertsen, P. (2018b): The memory of volatility. Quantitative Finance and Economics, 2(1): 622 – 644.
- Wenger, K., Leschinski, C., and Sibbertsen, P. (2018c): A simple test on structural change in long-memory time series. Economics Letters, 163: 90 – 94.
- Wingert, S., Leschinski, C., and Sibbertsen, P. (2020): Seasonality robust local whittle estimation. Applied Economics Letters, (forthcoming).
- Becker, J. and Leschinski, C. (2018a): Directional predictability of daily stock returns. Technical Report 624, University of Hannover.
- Becker, J. and Leschinski, C. (2018b): Estimating the volatility of asset pricing factors. Technical Report 631, University of Hannover.
- Becker, J. and Leschinski, C. (2018c): The bias of realized volatility. Technical Report 642, University of Hannover.
- Leschinski, C. and Sibbertsen, P. (2018): The periodogram of spurious long-memory processes. Technical Report 632, University of Hannover.
- Leschinski, C., Voges, M. and Sibbertsen, P. (2019): A Comparison of Semiparametric Tests for Fractional Cointegration, Technical Report 651, University of Hannover.
- Leschinski, C., Voges, M., and Sibbertsen, P. (2018): Integration and disintegration of EMU government bond markets. Technical Report 625, University of Hannover.
- Rinke, S., Busch, M., and Leschinski, C. (2017): Long memory, breaks, and trends: On the sources of persistence in inflation rates. Technical Report 584, University of Hannover.
- Leschinski, C. (2017): MonteCarlo – R package for simulation studies.
- Leschinski, C. (2019): LongMemoryTS – a collection of functions for estimation, simulation and testing of long memory processes, spurious long memory processes and fractionally cointegrated systems. Available on CRAN.