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The Analysis of Economic Time Series

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The Analysis of Economic Time Series
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Publisher: The Principia Press
Number of pages: 627

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The object of the present volume is to set forth in some detail the present status of the problem of analyzing that very extensive set of data known as economic time series. This perplexing problem has engaged the attention of economists and statisticians for many years.

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