Toward a more reliable picture of the economic activity: An application to Argentina
We advocate a dynamic factor model to provide alternative measures of output data using indirect information from economic indicators. We apply the method to show evidence of a significant gap between estimated and official measures of Argentine GDP since 2007.
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