Economic Structural Change: Analysis and Forecasting Peter Hackl

ISBN: 9783662068267

Published: October 3rd 2013

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385 pages


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Economic Structural Change: Analysis and Forecasting  by  Peter Hackl

Economic Structural Change: Analysis and Forecasting by Peter Hackl
October 3rd 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 385 pages | ISBN: 9783662068267 | 4.26 Mb

Structural change is a fundamental concept in economic model building. Statistics and econometrics provide the tools for identification of change, for estimating the onset of a change, for assessing its extent and relevance. Statistics andMoreStructural change is a fundamental concept in economic model building.

Statistics and econometrics provide the tools for identification of change, for estimating the onset of a change, for assessing its extent and relevance. Statistics and econometrics also have de veloped models that are suitable for picturing the data-generating process in the presence of structural change by assimilating the changes or due to the robustness to its presence.

Important subjects in this context are forecasting methods. The need for such methods became obvious when, as a consequence of the oil price shock, the results of empirical analyses suddenly seemed to be much less reliable than before. Nowadays, economists agree that models with fixed structure that picture reality over longer periods are illusions.

An example for less dramatic causes than the oil price shock with similarly profound effects is economic growth and its impacts on the economic system. Indeed, economic growth was a motivating concept for this volume. In 1983, the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Laxen burg/ Austria initiated an ambitious project on Economic Growth and Structural Change.



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