F.X. (), Forecasting, Department of Economics, University of Pennsyl- Francis X. Diebold is Paul F. and Warren S. Miller Professor of. Francis X. Diebold is William Polk Carey Professor of Economics, and Professor of Finance and Statistics, at the University of Pennsylvania and its Wharton. Elements of Forecasting 4th (Fourth) Edition byDiebold [Diebold] on . *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Diebold F.X. Elements of Forecasting
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