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The Bank of Canada's New Quarterly Porjection Model Part 4 : A Semi- Structural Method to Estimate Potential Output : Combining Economic Theory with a Time-Series Filter

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    The level of potential output plays a central role in the Bank of Canada's new Quarterly projection Model (QPM). This report, the fourth in a series documenting QPM, descridbes a general method to measure potential output, as well as its implementation in the QPM system.

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    Paper provided by Bank of Canada in its series Technical Reports with number 77.

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    Length: 85 pages
    Date of creation: 1996
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    Handle: RePEc:bca:bocatr:77

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    Keywords: INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS; CENTRAL BANKS; CANADA;

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