4 edition of Business Cycle Surveys: Forecasting Issues and Methodological Aspects found in the catalog.
Business Cycle Surveys: Forecasting Issues and Methodological Aspects
Ciret Conference 1995 (Singapore)
Written in English
|Contributions||Karl Heinrich Oppenlander (Editor), Gunter Poser (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||445|
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The Explanatory Power of Business Cycle Surveys(1st Edition) Papers Presented at the 21st Ciret Conference Proceedings, Stellenbosch, by Gunter Poser, Karl Heinrich Oppenlander, Karl Heinrich Oppenländer, K. H. Oppenlaender, Günter Poser Hardcover, Pages, Published by Avebury ISBN , ISBN: 1. Introduction. Many central banks conduct surveys which yield regional and sectoral information on the general economic outlook. Following the example of the Federal Reserve’s Beige Book, which was implemented in , and the Bank of England’s Agents survey, which begun in , other central banks such as the Bank of Canada, Norges Bank, Sveriges Riksbank, and the Swiss National Bank
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Get this from a library. Business cycle surveys: forecasting issues and methodological aspects: selected papers presented at the 22nd CIRET Conference, Singapore Business cycle surveys: forecasting issues and methodological aspects: selected papers presented at the 22nd Ciret Conference, Singapore edited by Business Cycle Surveys: Forecasting Issues and Methodological Aspects, Sinegapor The Explanatory Power of Business Cycle Surveys, Stellenbosch Business Cycle Analysis by Means of Economic Surveys, Budapest Business Cycle Surveys with Special reference to Pacific Basin Economies, Osaka Contributions of Business Cycle Business cycle forecasting Business cycle forecasting Westlund, Anders H.
Stockholm School o f Economics, Stockholm, Sweden ABSTRACT Business cycle forecasting involves several different methodological problems.
Some of these are discussed in the current issue of this journal and are introduced in this :// Business Cycle Indicators and Opinion Survey Data', in K.H.
Oppenländer and G. Poser (eds) Business Cycle Surveys: Forecasting Issues and Methodological Aspects, Carlson (a) ‘Inflation and Asymmetric Price Adjustment’, Business Cycle Surveys: Forecasting Issues and Methodological Aspects, Selected Papers Presented at the 22nd Ciret Conference, Singapore,Edited by Karl Heinrich Oppenlander & Gunter Poser, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Aldershot England, ISBNVan Zyl G & De Wet M., The Incorporation of Hardus van In Business Cycles, Indicators, and Forecasting, the editors, James H.
Stock and Mark W. Watson, have compiled a collection of eight time-series forecasting papers that were originally presented at a conference of the National Bureau of Economic Research in May of The individual papers in this volume can be grouped into three broad ://+Cycles.
Introduction to "Business Cycles, Indicators and Forecasting": James H. Stock, Mark W. Watson (p. 1 - 10) (bibliographic info) 1.
Twenty-two Years of the NBER-ASA Quarterly Economic Outlook Surveys: Aspects and Comparisons of Forecasting Performance: Victor Zarnowitz, Phillip Braun (p. 11 - 94) (bibliographic info) (download) (Working Outlook Surveys: Aspects and Comparisons of Forecasting Performance,” Zamowitz and Braun use these data to study the performance of professional forecasters over this period.
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Section III discusses the availability and limitations of relevant economic indicators in the Indian context. It also discusses the further efforts to be made to aid the development of reliable coincident, leading and lagging indicators for Indian :// The journal benefits both theoretical and applied economists in academic research on business cycles, as well as economists in central banking and in institutions engaged in economic forecasting.
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In this volume, leading economists examine forecasting techniques developed over the past ten years, compare their performance to traditional econometric models, and discuss new methods for forecasting and time series :// Chapters in this book: Introduction to "Business Cycles, Indicators and Forecasting", pp James Stock and Mark Watson Twenty-two Years of the NBER-ASA Quarterly Economic Outlook Surveys: Aspects and Comparisons of Forecasting Performance, pp 11 :nbr:nberbk:stoc The book is structured based on a Business Process Model that was first adapted from the overall Statistical Business Process Model to reflect National accounting processes, and then an abridged version was created specific to the Backcasting process.
The need for long time series 1. The Uses for Historical Macroeconomic Data Chapter Three: Research Methodology Introduction The way in which research is conducted may be conceived of in terms of the research philosophy subscribed to, the research strategy employed and so the research instruments utilised (and perhaps developed) in the pursuit of a goal - The Journal of Official Statistics (JOS) is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Statistics Sweden.
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This approach to evaluation focuses on theoretical rather than methodological issues. The basic idea is to use the “program’s rationale or theory as the basis of an evaluation to understand the program’s development and impact” (Smith,p.
83). By developing a plausible model of how the program is supposed to work, the evaluator This book is a collection of state-of-the-art papers on the properties of business cycles and financial analysis.
The individual contributions cover new advances in Markov-switching models with applications to business cycle research and finance.
The introduction surveys Finally, many macroeconomic issues involve uncertainty. Therefore, we spend some time on how to introduce it into our models, both mathematically and in terms of eco-nomic concepts. The second part of the course notes goes over some important macroeconomic topics.
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