Philadelphia Fed Forecasting Surveys : Their Value for Research *

@inproceedings{Croushore1993PhiladelphiaFF,
  title={Philadelphia Fed Forecasting Surveys : Their Value for Research *},
  author={Dean D. Croushore},
  year={1993}
}
  • Dean D. Croushore
  • Published 1993
www.philadelphiafed.org economists around the country.1 He continued to publish his survey every six months, gathering and reporting on the forecasts and tracking their evolution over time. His survey, which was the only collection of private-sector forecasts of macroeconomic variables in the country at the time, gained a national following. Economic researchers began using the survey extensively in the early 1970s to test theories about people’s expectations. By 1978, Livingston was having… CONTINUE READING