Stress Testing Economic Data
Alan Krueger ()
Business Economics, 2010, vol. 45, issue 2, pages 110-115
The recent economic crisis has highlighted significant weaknesses in our economic and financial indicators. This paper documents what the crisis has revealed regarding some of the more critical shortcomings of our existing statistical infrastructure, and proposes a way in which these shortcomings could be mitigated.
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