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Predicting random shocks

DESPITE nearly 100 years of development in econometrics, the treatment of random shocks remains quite naïve. Economists overuse normal distribution, the classic bell curve, to model the influence of variables, filtering out shocks. The logic is that most shocks are small. Larger shocks are less...

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