BIS paper finds forecasters put too much faith in private information

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Professional forecasters tend to put more weight on private information than is efficient, in an attempt to differentiate themselves from the competition, according to research published on February 2 by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS).

Author Waldyr Areosa employs a "noisy information model" to study the strategic interactions of forecasters in the working paper What drives inflation expectations in Brazil. Areosa studies around 10,000 private estimates of Brazil's inflation from

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