Neural networks for regional employment forecasts: are the parameters relevant?
Roberto Patuelli (),
Aura Reggiani (),
Peter Nijkamp and
Norbert Schanne ()
Journal of Geographical Systems, 2011, vol. 13, issue 1, pages 67-85
Keywords: Neural networks; Sensitivity analysis; Employment forecasts; Local labour markets; C45; E27; R23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Working Paper: Neural Networks for Regional Employment Forecasts: Are the Parameters Relevant? (2010)
Working Paper: Neural networks for cross-sectional employment forecasts: a comparison of model specifications for germany (2009)
Working Paper: Neural Networks for Cross-Sectional Employment Forecasts: A Comparison of Model Specifications for Germany (2009)
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