Regional economic forecasting: state-of-the-art methodology and future challenges
Robert Lehmann () and
Klaus Wohlrabe ()
Economics and Business Letters, 2014, vol. 3, issue 4, 218-231
Over the last decade, the topic of regional economic forecasting has become increasingly prevalent in academic literature. The most striking problem in this context is data availability at a regional level. However, considerable methodological improvements have been made to address this problem. This paper summarises a multitude of articles from academic journals and describes state-of-the-art techniques in regional economic forecasting. After identifying current practices, the article closes with a roadmap for possible future research activities.
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