Description - A Companion to Economic Forecasting by Michael P. Clements
A Companion to Economic Forecasting provides an accessible and comprehensive account of recent developments in economic forecasting. Each of the chapters has been specially written by an expert in the field, bringing together a range of contrasting approaches and views. Forecasting is a practical venture, so many of the chapters are aimed at practitioners and nonspecialists. This book surveys a field that has expanded rapidly in recent years. There are no other up-to-date treatments that survey forecasting in a single volume. The Companion provides a comprehensive account of the leading approaches and modeling strategies that are routinely employed. An extensive editorial overview places the contributions in context, and shows their interconnections and commonalities.
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Author Biography - Michael P. Clements
Michael P. Clements is a Reader in Economics at the University of Warwick. He is co--author with David Hendry of Forecasting Economic Time Series (1998) and Forecasting Non--stationary Economic Time Series (1999), and has published in academic journals on a variety of time--series econometrics topics. David F. Hendry, Professor of Economics at Oxford University, is a past President and Honorary Vice--President of the Royal Economic Society, Fellow of the British Academy and Econometric Society, and a Foreign Honorary Member of both the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Economic Association. He has published more than twenty books, as well as over 150 articles and papers on time--series econometrics, econometric modeling, economic forecasting, the history of econometrics, Monte Carlo methods, econometric computing and empirical applications.