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The NBER-NSF Conference is part of the Conference on Econometrics and Mathematical Economics (CEME) funded by the NSF and administered by the NBER. The objective is to foster the exchange of ideas between economists and statisticians with interests in analyzing economic time series.
Program NBER/NSF Time Series Conference 2015: - Session 1: Structural Time Series Models - Session 2: VAR Models - Session 3: Dynamic Factor Models - Session 4: Further Issues in Time Series Modeling - Session 5: Network Modeling and Connectedness - Session 6: Special Time Series Models -...
The NSF/CEME Decentralization Conference Series is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation's National Bureau for Economic Research (NBER). CEME stands for Conferences on Econometrics and Mathematical Economics, a program of the NSF-NBER. The original purpose of CEME was to create...
This conference ranks as the premier international meeting on the statistical analysis of time series data and attracts leading researchers from around the world. It has been held annually since the late 1970s at universities in the United States, Asia and Europe.
This conference is the premier international meeting on the statistical analysis of time series data and attracts leading researchers from around the world. It has been held annually since the late 1970s at universities in the United States, Asia and Europe.
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