Monday, October 7, 2019

October Reading

Here's my latest, and final, list of suggested reading:
  • Bellego, C. and L-D. Pape, 2019. Dealing with the log of zero in regression models. CREST Working Paper No. 2019-13.
  • Castle, J. L., J. A. Doornik, and D. F. Hendry, 2018. Selecting a model for forecasting. Department of Economics, University of Oxford, Discussion Paper 861.
  • Gorajek, A., 2019. The well-meaning economist. Reserve Bank of Australia, Research Discussion Paper RDP 2019-08.
  • Güriş, B., 2019. A new nonlinear unit root test with Fourier function. Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation, 48, 3056-3062.
  • Maudlin, T., 2019. The why of the world. Review of The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect, by J. Pearl and D. Mackenzie. Boston Review.
  • Qian, W., C. A. Rolling, G. Cheng, and Y. Yang, 2019. On the forecast combination puzzle. Econometrics, 7, 39. 

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