Studies in Econometric Method
by William C. Hood, Tjalling C. Koopmans
Publisher: J. Wiley and Sons 1953
Number of pages: 343
Econometrics is a branch of economics in which economic theory and statistical methods are fused in the analysis of numerical and institutional data. The studies assembled in this volume discuss in an expository style some problems of statistical method in econometrics.
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by Charles Frederick Roos - Principia Press
Contents: Static Versus Dynamic Economics; Demand for Consumer Goods; Automotive Demand for Gasoline; Demand for Agricultural Products; Demand for Capital Goods; Factors Influencing Residential Building; Growth and Decline of Industry; etc.
by Eliecer E. Vargas, et al. - Regional Research Institute, WVU
CGE framework encompasses both the I-O and SAM frameworks by making demand and supply of commodities and factors dependent on prices. A CGE model simulates the working of a market economy in which prices and quantities adjust to clear all markets.
by Tom Domencich, Daniel L. McFadden - North-Holland Publishing
'Urban Travel Demand' develops a theory of demand for populations of individual economic consumers which we believe is a logical and natural generalization of traditional theory to encompass choice among discrete alternatives.
by Melvyn Fuss, Daniel L. McFadden - North-Holland
Chapters: Cost, Revenue, and Profit Functions; Symmetric Duality and Polar Production Functions; Applications of Profit Functions; General Linear Profit Function; Duality, Intermediate Inputs and Value-Added; Hick's Aggregation Theorem; etc.