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675 * Thu, 8/8/2013, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-520c
Advances in Time Series Analysis — Topic Contributed Papers
Business and Economic Statistics Section
Organizer(s): Gian Luigi Mazzi, Eurostat - European Commission
Chair(s): Antonio Matas Mir, European Central Bank
10:35 AM State Space Models for Temporal Distribution and Benchmarking Benoit Quenneville, Statistics Canada ; Susie Fortier, Statistics Canada ; Frederic Picard, Statistics Canada
10:55 AM Statistical Procedures for Reconciling Time Series of Large Systems of Accounts Subject to Low-Frequency Benchmarks Baoline Chen, Bureau of Economic Analysis ; Tommaso Di Fonzo, The National Institute for Statistics (Istat) ; Marco Marini, International Monetary Fund
11:15 AM The Distribution of Unit Root Test Statistics After Seasonal Adjustment Tomás Del Barrio Castro, University of The Balearic Islands
11:35 AM State Space Model for the UK Labour Force Survey Duncan Elliott, Office for National Statistics ; Ping Zong, Office for National Statistics
11:55 AM The First-Order Seasonal Autoregressive Model as a Fundamental Model for Moving Seasonality and Model-Based Seasonal Adjustment David Findley, US Census Bureau ; Demetra Lytras, US Census Bureau
12:15 PM Floor Discussion

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