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  1. Zeng, T. & Swanson, N.R., 1997. "Predictive Evaluation of Econometric Forecasting Models in Commodity Futures Markets," Papers 9-97-4, Pennsylvania State - Department of Economics.
  2. Swanson, N.R. & Zeng, T., 1996. "Addressing Collinearity Among Competing Econometric Forecasts: Regression Based Forecast Combination Using Model Selection," Papers 4-96-5, Pennsylvania State - Department of Economics.

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