Machine-learning techniques in economics : New Tools for Predicting Economic Growth. Basuchoudhary, A., Bang, J., T., & Sen, T. Springer, Cham, 2017.
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This book develops a machine-learning framework for predicting economic growth. It can also be considered as a primer for using machine learning (also known as data mining or data analytics) to answer economic questions. While machine learning itself is not a new idea, advances in computing technology combined with a dawning realization of its applicability to economic questions makes it a new tool for economists. .-- Why this Book? -- Data, Variables, and Their Sources -- Methodology -- Predicting Economic Growth: A First Look -- Predicting Economic Growth: Which Variables Matter? -- Predicting Recessions: What We Learn from Widening the Goalposts -- Epilogue.
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