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460 * Wed, 8/6/2014, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-204A
Forecasting and Official Statistics — Contributed Papers
Business and Economic Statistics Section , SSC , Government Statistics Section , Section on Statistics in Marketing
Chair(s): Michael C. Baker, Nielsen   
8:35 AM Testing for and Estimating Arbitrarily Time-varying Forecast Bias Neil Ericsson
8:50 AM Metropolitan Econometric Electric Utility Forecast Accuracy Adam Walke, University of Texas at El Paso
9:05 AM Modeling Asymmetries in the Market for Gasoline in Western Canadian Cities David Giles, University of Victoria
9:20 AM Structured Regularization for Large Vector Autoregressions William Nicholson, Cornell University ; Jacob Bien, Cornell University ; David Scott Matteson, Cornell University
9:35 AM WITHDRAWN: Forecasting Macroeconomic Time Series: Lasso-Based Approaches and Their Forecast Combinations with Dynamic Factor Models — Jiahan Li, University of Notre Dame ; Weiye Chen, University of Notre Dame
9:50 AM House Price Tiers in Repeat Sales Estimation Douglas McManus, Freddie Mac
10:05 AM Estimation of Gross Output of the Manufacturing Sector - A Longitudinal Approach Sanping Chen, Statistics Canada ; Cindy Ubartas , Statistics Canada

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