Economic forecasting


Economic forecasting

Economic forecasting is the process of making predictions about the economy as a whole or in part.

Relevant models include
* Economic base analysis
* Shift-share analysis
* Input-output model

See also

* Land use forecasting
*Reference class forecasting
* Transportation planning
* Calculating Demand Forecast Accuracy


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