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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Bayesian Analysis of the Output GapPLANAS CHRISTOPHE; ROSSI ALESSANDRO; FIORENTINI GabrieleArticles in Journals
2004Can Inflation Data Improve the Real-Time Reliability of Output Gap Estimates?PLANAS Christophe; ROSSI AlessandroArticles in Journals
2004Can Inflation Data Improve the Real-Time Reliability of Output Gap Estimates?PLANAS Christophe; ROSSI AlessandroArticles in Journals
2010Does capacity utilisation help estimating the TFP cycle?PLANAS Christophe; ROSSI Alessandro; ROEGER WernerArticles in Journals
2014Efficient MCMC sampling in dynamic mixture modelsFIORENTINI Gabriele; PLANAS Christophe; ROSSI AlessandroArticles in Journals
2007How Much Has Labour Taxation Contributed to EU Structural Unemployment?PLANAS CHRISTOPHE; ROEGER Werner; ROSSI ALESSANDROArticles in Journals
2013The information content of capacity utilization for detrending total factor productivityPLANAS Christophe; ROEGER Werner; ROSSI AlessandroArticles in Journals
2012The marginal likelihood of dynamic mixture modelsFIORENTINI Gabriele; PLANAS Christophe; ROSSI AlessandroArticles in Journals
2010The production function methodology for calculating potential growth rates and output gapsPLANAS Christophe; ROSSI Alessandro; ROEGER Werner; D'AURIA Francesca; DENIS Cécil; HAVIK Karel; MC MORROW Kieran; RACIBORSKI RafalArticles in Journals
2009Program GAP Technical Description and User-manualPLANAS Christophe; ROSSI AlessandroEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Volatility Estimation via Hidden Markov ModelsROSSI ALESSANDRO; GALLO GiampieroArticles in Journals
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