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|Title:||Macroeconomic survey expectations.||Authors:||General editor Michael P. Clements||Keywords:||Macroeconomics, econometrics||Issue Date:||2019||Publisher:||Palgrave||Abstract:||This is a series of themed books in econometrics, where the subject is interpreted as including theoretical developments, applied econometrics and more specialized fields of application, for example financial econometrics, the econometrics of panel data sets, forecasting and so on. Each book in the series is directed to particular aspects of the underlying and unifying theme. The pace of developments in econometrics has made it increasingly difficult for students and professionals alike to be aware of what is important and likely to be lasting in theory and practical applications. This series addresses important key developments within a unified framework, with individual volumes organised thematically. The series is relevant for both students and professionals who need to keep up with the econometric developments, yet is written for a wide audience with a style that is designed to make econometric concepts available to economists who are not econometricians.||URI:||http://dspace.uniten.edu.my/jspui/handle/123456789/15298|
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