English, Article edition: Calendar Effects in Industrial Production Time Series Gerhard Thury

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  • Calendar Effects in Industrial Production Time Series
Author
  • Gerhard Thury
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  • Adjusting for the changing number of working days is a prerequisite for any advanced statistical analysis of monthly production series. A series of industrial output has been constructed using auxiliary variables which adequately reflect the particularities of the Austrian calendar. It exhibits a regular component and a stable seasonal pattern. Its adjustment for seasonal variations and short-term extrapolation with time series techniques therefore poses no major difficulties.
  • Kalendereffekte in der Industrieproduktion; Calendar Effects in Industrial Production Time Series
  • RePEc:wfo:monber:y:1989:i:8:p:521-526
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