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Complete Results for Lag Length Selection

This paper presents the detailed results of employing the various lag-length-selection criteria outlined in "Lag Length Selection Criteria: Some Empirical Results for the St. Louis Equation.'' Tables 1 through 6 are for a maximum lag of 8; tables 7 through 12, a maximum lag of 12; and tables 13 through 18, a maximum lag of 16. Table 19 contains the likelihood ratio test results of all the alternative lag specifications considered.

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