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Proceedings from "International Research Forum on Monetary Policy - Eighth Conference"

 
CAN INFORMATION DEMAND HELP TO PREDICT STOCK MARKET LIQUIDITY? GOOGLE IT!
Amal Aouadi, Université d’Auvergne
 
SOCIAL MEDIA AND CONSUMER CONFIDENCE
Piet Daas, Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek (Statistics Netherlands)
 
A SHORT-RUN ANALYSIS OF EXCHANGE RATES AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE
José Anson, Universal Postal Union (UPU)
 
NETS: NETWORK ESTIMATION FOR TIME SERIES
Christian Brownlees, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
 
NETWORKS OF COMMON ASSET HOLDINGS: AGGREGATION AND MEASURES OF VULNERABILITY
Andreea Minca, Cornell University
 
REAL-TIME NOWCASTING WITH A BAYESIAN MIXED FREQUENCY MODEL WITH STOCHASTIC VOLATILITY
Massimiliano Marcellino, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi
 
MINING BIG DATA USING PARSIMONIOUS FACTOR AND SHRINKAGE METHODS
Hyun Hak Kim, Bank of Korea
 
Nowcasting the macroeconomy using big data
Chair: Diego Rodriguez Palenzuela, European Central Bank
 
NOWCASTING GDP: ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS, DATA VINTAGES AND THE TIMING OF DATA RELEASES
John W. Galbraith, McGill University
 
MACROECONOMIC NOWCASTING USING GOOGLE PROBABILITIES
Luca Onorante, Central Bank of Ireland
 
CAN FACEBOOK PREDICT STOCK MARKET ACTIVITY?
Yigitcan Karabulut, Goethe-Universität
 
DETECTING MORTGAGE DELINQUENCIES WITH GOOGLE TRENDS
Nikolaos Askitas, Institut zur Zukunft der Arbeit (IZA)
 
Novel Forecasting Techniques from the Combination of Big Data, Network Science and Economics
Andreas Joseph, City University of Hong Kong
 
MEASURING CHANGING MARKET EXPECTATIONS OF BANK RESOLUTION REGIMES USING CREDIT DEFAULT SWAPS AND NEWS FLOW DATA
Menno Middeldorp, Bank of England
 
FORECASTING WITH MANY PREDICTORS: ALLOWING FOR NON-LINEARITY
Dick Van Dijk, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
 
The Billion Prices Project: research and inflation measurement applications
Alberto Cavallo, MIT Sloan School of Management
 
BELGIAN ECONOMIC POLICY UNCERTAINTY INDEX: IMPROVEMENT THROUGH TEXT MINING
Ellen Tobback, Universiteit Antwerpen
 
QUANTIFYING THE EFFECTS OF ONLINE BULLISHNESS ON INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MARKETS
Huina Mao, Indiana University
 
INVESTOR ATTENTION AND FX MARKET VOLATILITY
Qingwei Wang, Bangor Business School
 
HOW TO MEASURE THE QUALITY OF FINANCIAL TWEETS
Paola Cerchiello, Università degli Studi di Pavia
 
SMALL STEPS TOWARDS BIG DATA - SOME INITIATIVES BY THE AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS
Ric Clarke, Australian Bureau of Statistics
 

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