Forecasting with dynamic spatial panel data: practical implementation methods
This paper addresses the issue of how in practice one might predict given that the data generating process is a dynamic spatial panel model. One period ahead predictions are calculated using various alternative predictors, some of which are misspecified, and their relative performance evaluated.
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