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Forecasting economic magnitudes with neural network models

  • Agustin Alonso-Rodriguez
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Abstract

This paper is an introduction to artificial neural networks as a statistical and econometric tool. The fundamentals of the theory are presented and two applications illustrate the power of artificial neural networks in predicting results.

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Neural Network Economic Growth Artificial Neural Network Network Model International Economic 
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© International Atlantic Economic Society 1999

Authors and Affiliations

  • Agustin Alonso-Rodriguez
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  1. 1.Real Colegio Universitario Escorial-Maria CristinaSpain

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