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Economic Forecasting (ECON233)

Course description

Forecasting is a fundamental activity of all participants in a modern economy. Policy makers and businesses rely on macroeconomic forecasts when making decisions. Firms rely on forecasts of economic conditions, sales, input prices, etc., to guide production decisions. Participants in financial markets (investors, speculators, risk managers) all act on forecasts of asset returns and volatility. ...


Pre-requisites

Seminar Required

Graded, 1.0 Credit Units


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