Bayesian analysis of integration at different frequencies in quarterly data by Gianni Amisano

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StatementGianni Amisano.
SeriesEconomic research paper series / Warwick University, Department of Economics -- no.426, Economic research paper (Warwick University, Department of Economics) -- no.426.
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Bayesian Analysis of Integration at Different Frequencies in Quarterly Data By G. AMISANO Publisher: Universita Commerciale Bocconi:via Sarfa I Milan Italy 39 02EMAIL: [email protected], Fax: 39 02 Author: G. AMISANO. Amisano, Gianni (). "Bayesian Analysis of Integration at Different Frequencies in Quarterly Data," Giornale degli Economisti e Annali di Economia, vol.

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