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date: 21 November 2019

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Economic forecasting is a rapidly evolving field, as researchers seek to exploit the availability of ever more plentiful data observations, greater computational power, and increasingly sophisticated economic and statistical theory. This handbook features contributions from leading experts that range across the full breadth of the discipline. The book is divided into six parts: (i) forecasting models and methods, (ii) data issues, (iii) structural breaks, (iv) evaluation, (v) financial forecasting, and (vi) special interest areas.

Keywords: economic forecasting, economic data, structural breaks, forecasting models, forecasting methods

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