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  6. Swanson, N. R. and D. van Dijk. 2006. "Are Reporting Agencies Getting It Right? Data Rationality and Business Cycle Asymmetry. " Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 24 (January 2006), pp. 24-42.
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