Economic Forecasting: The State of the Art

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ECONOMIC FORECASTING
THE STATE OF THE ART

ELIA KACAPYR

M.E. Sharpe

Armonk, New York

London, England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Tables xiii
  • List of Figures xv
  • Preface xvii
  • 1 - Introduction to Economic Forecasting 3
  • Summary 15
  • Notes 16
  • References 16
  • 2 - Business Cycles 17
  • Summary 38
  • Notes 40
  • References 41
  • 3 - Long Waves 43
  • Introduction 43
  • Summary 61
  • Notes 61
  • References 62
  • 4 - Forecasting with Economic Indicators 63
  • Summary 88
  • Notes 89
  • References 90
  • 5 - Forecasting with Time-Series Techniques 92
  • Summary 112
  • Notes 113
  • References 114
  • 6 - Forecasting with Econometric Models 116
  • Summary 138
  • Notes 138
  • References 139
  • 7 - Consensus Forecasts 141
  • Introduction 141
  • Summary 152
  • Notes 153
  • References 153
  • 8 - Evaluation of Economic Forecasts 154
  • Summary 184
  • Notes 185
  • References 185
  • Bibliography 187
  • Index 195
  • About the Author 201
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