Model Averaging and Persistent Disagreement

By In-Koo Cho and Kenneth Kasa in Review. Two agents construct models of an endogenous price process. One agent thinks the data are stationary, the other thinks the data are nonstationary. A policymaker combines forecasts from the two models using a recursive Bayesian model averaging procedure. The actual (but unknown) price process depends on the policymaker’s forecasts.

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