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The Statistical Reconciliation of Time Series of Accounts after a Benchmark Revision

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  • Baoline Chen
  • Tommaso Di Fonzo
  • Thomas Howells
  • Marco Marini

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  • Baoline Chen & Tommaso Di Fonzo & Thomas Howells & Marco Marini, 2014. "The Statistical Reconciliation of Time Series of Accounts after a Benchmark Revision," BEA Working Papers 0117, Bureau of Economic Analysis.
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    1. Tommaso Di Fonzo & Marco Marini, 2011. "Simultaneous and two‐step reconciliation of systems of time series: methodological and practical issues," Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series C, Royal Statistical Society, vol. 60(2), pages 143-164, March.
    2. Baoline Chen, 2012. "A Balanced System of U.S. Industry Accounts and Distribution of the Aggregate Statistical Discrepancy by Industry," Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 30(2), pages 202-211, February.
    3. Reinier Bikker & Jacco Daalmans & Nino Mushkudiani, 2013. "Benchmarking Large Accounting Frameworks: A Generalized Multivariate Model," Economic Systems Research, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 25(4), pages 390-408, December.
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