### Table 3: Asymptotic Distribution of T

"... In PAGE 13: ... Moreover, the estimates of in the Student model are less than 4 for both the post-crash sample and the entire sample, the asymptotic distribution of T n is not applicable in either situation. Table3 reports the asymptotic distributions and Table 4 shows the associated p-values. It is also interesting to consider the nite sample performance of the test, such as nite sample distributions and size distortions.... In PAGE 13: ... The sizes are reported on Table 8 and plotted in Figure 1. A detailed examination of Table3 and Table 5 reveals that the asymptotic distri- bution of T n is very close to the nite sample distribution of T n across all three samples and all nite-variance distributions. Not surprisingly, therefore, we end up the same conclusions from Table 4 and Table 6.... ..."

### Table 2: Asymptotic Distributions of Normalized Area Statistics

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### Table 3: Moments and Quantiles of the Asymptotic Distributions of Test

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### Table 3: 95% Con dence Intervals for lower upper parameter bound bound

"... In PAGE 25: ... The constraint is rejected in every year. The 95% con dence intervals shown in Table3 support the same conclusions.20 Regarding the other necessary conditions, 95% con dence intervals computed as in Table 3 show q (1.... In PAGE 25: ... The 95% con dence intervals shown in Table 3 support the same conclusions.20 Regarding the other necessary conditions, 95% con dence intervals computed as in Table3 show q (1.... In PAGE 36: ...hoice actually made is .57 (by year, .54, .56, .58, .59, .56, .59). 19. The 95% con dence interval for cEC;90, computed as in Table3 , is (?:001; :558). 20.... In PAGE 37: ... 22. The upper bounds of the 95% con dence intervals for , in Table3 , are smaller than the lower bounds of the 95% con dence intervals Mebane (2000, Table 4) reports for D or R for the winning presidential candidate ( D;76, R;80, R;84, R;88, D;92, D;96), for all years except 1984. The interval for R;84, (.... In PAGE 37: ...34, .79), is virtually the same as the interval for 86 in Table3 , suggesting that voters believed that Reagan apos;s in uence on policy remained about the same throughout his second term. 23.... ..."

### Table 3: 95#25 Con#0Cdence Intervals for #0B

"... In PAGE 28: ... The constraint is rejected in every year. The 95#25 con- #0Cdence intervals shown in Table3 support the same conclusions. 19 Regarding the other necessary conditions, 95#25 con#0Cdence intervals computed as in Table 3 show q #281.... In PAGE 28: ...0B = 1, imposed separately for eachyear. The constraint is rejected in every year. The 95#25 con- #0Cdence intervals shown in Table 3 support the same conclusions. 19 Regarding the other necessary conditions, 95#25 con#0Cdence intervals computed as in Table3 show q #281.28, 1.... In PAGE 38: ...verage probability of the pair of choices actually made is .57 #28byyear, .54, .56, .58, .59, .56, .59#29. 18. The 95#25 con#0Cdence interval for c EC;90 , computed as in Table3 , is #28,:001;:558#29. 19.... ..."

### Table 1: Asymptotic Messaging Costs Player distribution

"... In PAGE 4: ... In general, all operations take at most loga- rithmic time in terms of the number of peers, while some only take constant time. Table1 summarizes these results. In the following discussion, n is the number of nodes in the N-Tree, p is the num-... ..."

### Table 1. A comparison between the asymptotic distributions for the trace test simulated above and those simulated in Osterwald-Lenum (1992).

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### Table 5: Constants utilized in the asymptotic covariance calculations for familiar distributions

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