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Zalewski Krzysztof (University of Warsaw)
Forecasting Turning Points with Composite Leading Indicators - the Case of Poland
Ekonomia / Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2009, nr 24, s. 61-93, tab., rys., aneks, bibliogr. s. 89-91.
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Economic forecast
This paper concerns the problem of short-term forecasting of economic activity. With the use of Composite Leading Indicators the business cycles of Polish economy are forecasted for 1992-2007 and confronted with real data. Results of Composite Leading Indicator analysis conducted for the end of 2007 suggest possible downturn phase at the beginning of 2008. (original abstract)
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