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Motamen-Samadian, Sima

Published by Palgrave Macmillan, UK (2005)

ISBN 10: 1403991529 ISBN 13: 9781403991522

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About this Item: Palgrave Macmillan, UK, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition. 152 pages. Available Now. Missing Dustcover. Book Description: This book provides new insights into the application of dynamic models to emerging markets. Each chapter focuses on a a different topic and examines the behaviour of financial and economic variables in a large number of emerging economies in Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Asia. The studies reveal the most appropriate model specifications that should be used in analyzing the behaviour of variables such as interest rates in both emerging and non-emerging markets, banks' credit and default risk, sovereign bond risk, inflation, external debt and growth in emerging markets. The results have important implications for pricing of securities in financial markets and strategy of banks and other financial institutions and policy makers.: This book is valuable for all those working on financial markets and emerging economies, in partcular those who are working on dynamic models at universities, financial institutions, central banks, and other national and international agencies. : About the Author: SIMA MOTAMEN-SAMADIAN is a Principal Lecturer and the Director of the Centre for the Study of Emerging Markets (CSEM) at the Westminster Business School. She obtained her MA and PhD in Economics from Essex University, and worked at the Tehran University, City University Business School, and Portsmouth University. She has co-edited International Debt and Central Banking in the 1980s with Z. Rez and Emerging Markets: Past and Present Experiences, and Future Prospects with C. Garido. Size: 14.7 x 1.4 x 22.1 cm. 152 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Miscellaneous; ISBN: 1403991529. ISBN/EAN: 9781403991522. Inventory No: F182-1092. 21 years of serving customers on ABE. A seller you can rely on. Seller Inventory # F182-1092

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Tucker S. McElroy

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About this Item: BiblioGov. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 48 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This paper advances the theory and methodology of signal extraction by introducing asymptotic and finite sample formulas for optimal estimators of signals in nonstationary multivariate time series. Previous literature has considered only univariate or stationary models. However, in current practice and research, econometricians, macroeconomists, and policy-makers often combine related series - that may have stochastic trends--to attain more informed assessments of basic signals like underlying inflation and business cycle components. Here, we use a very general model structure, of widespread relevance for time series econometrics, including flexible kinds of nonstationarity and correlation patterns and specific relationships like cointegration and other common factor forms. First, we develop and prove the generalization of the well-known Wiener-Kolmogorov formula that maps signal-noise dynamics into optimal estimators for bi-infinite series. Second, this paper gives the first explicit treatment of finite-length multivariate time series, providing a new method for computing signal vectors at any time point, unrelated to Kalman filter techniques; this opens the door to systematic study of near end-point estimatorsfilters, by revealing how they jointly depend on a function of signal location and parameters. As an illustration we present econometric measures of the trend in total inflation that make optimal use of the signal content in core inflation. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781288699308

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Econometric Books

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The data panels are a special type of samples in which the behavior of a certain number of economic agents is followed over time. In this way, the researcher can perform economic analysis and specify models with the data of cross section that are obtained when all operators are considered in an instant of time. Different patterns of behaviour of all agents together studied in the different temporal moments may thus be assessed. Alternatively, you can perform the same analysis considering time series given by the evolution of each economic agent throughout all the periods of the sample. This book explores the panel data econometrics through STATA. The content is de next: PANEL DATA MODELS 1.1 Introduction TO PANEL data: Data structures 1.2 ECONOMETRIC Models with PANEL data 1.3 Panel DATA Models with constant coefficients 1.4 Panel DATA Models WITH Fixed effects 1.5 PANEL DATA Models WITH Random effects 1.6 DYNAMIC PANEL data Models 1.7 LOGIT and PROBIT PANEL DATA Models PANEL data models with STATA 2.1 Stata And PANEL data models 2.2 Examples MODELS with PANEL data 2.3 Logit, probit and Poisson models with panel data 2.4 Estimation of dynamic panels using the Arellano - Bond methodology LINEAR REGRESSION ESTIMATORS IN PANEL DATA MODELS 3.1 STATA COMMANDS IN PANEL DATA MODELS LINEAR REGRESSION 3.2 FIXED AN RANDOM EFFECTS, AND POPULATION-AVERAGED EFECTS LINEAR MODELS. XTREG 3.3 PANELS WITH AUTOCORRELATION. XTREGAR 3.4 HETEROSKEDASTICITY AN AUTOCORRELATION IN PANEL DATA MODELS. XTGLS 3.5 PANEL-CORRECTED STANDARD ERRORS. XTPCSE 3.6 INSTRUMENTAL VARIABLES AND TWO-STAGE LEAST SQUARES IN PANEL DATA. XTIVREG 3.7 panel-data models with random coefficients. XTRC 3.8 panel-data models with multilevel mixed effects. XTMIXED 3.9 ERROR-COMPONENTS MODEL across Hausman-Taylor estimator. XTHTAYLOR 3.10 Stochastic frontier models for panel data. XTFRONTIER DYNAMIC PANEL DATA Models 4.1 ESTIMATORS FOR DYNAMIC PANEL DATA MODELS 4.2 ARELLANO-BOND LINEAR DYNAMIC PANEL DATA. XTABOND COMMAND 4.3 LINEAR DYNAMIC PANEL-DATA ESTIMATION. XTPD 4.4 ARELLANO-BOVER/BLUNDELL-BOND LINEAR DYNAMIC PANEL-DATA ESTIMATION. XTDPDSYS LOGIT AND PROBIT PANEL DATA Models 5.1 METHODOLOGICAL NOTES 5.2 STATA COMMAnds FOR ESTIMATE LOGIT AND PROBIT PANEL DATA MODELS 5.3 Fixed-effects, random-effects, and population-averaged logit models. XTLOGIT 5.4 Random-effects and population-averaged probit models. Xtprobit 5.5 Random-effects and population-averaged cloglog models. xtcloglog: 5.6 Multilevel mixed-effects logistic regression. Xtmelogit CENSORED AND COUNT Panel DATA MODELS. TOBIT, POISSON AND NEGATIVE BINOMIAL MODELS 6.1 CENSORED AND COUNT PANEL DATA MODELS 6.2 CENSORED PANEL DATA MODELS 6.3 COUNT PANEL DATA MODELS. Seller Inventory # APC9781518745645

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Matthew Osborne

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About this Item: BiblioGov. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 74 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.I formulate an econometric model of consumer learning and experimentation about new products in markets for packaged goods that nests alternative sources of dynamics. The model is estimated on household level scanner data of laundry detergent purchases, and the results suggest that consumers have very similar expectations of their match value with new products before consumption experience with the good, but once consumers have learned their true match values they are very heterogeneous. I demonstrate that resolving consumer uncertainty about the new products increases market shares by 24 to 58. The estimation results also suggest significant switching costs: removing switching costs increases new product market shares by 12 to 23. Using counterfactual computations derived from the estimates of the structural demand model, I demonstrate that the presence of switching costs with learning changes the implications of the standard empirical learning model: the intermediate run impact of an introductory price cut on a new products market share is significantly greater when the only source of dynamics is switching costs as opposed to when both learning and switching costs are present, which suggests that firms should combine price cuts with introductory advertising or free samples to increase their impact. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781289092177

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Econometric Books

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The data panels are a special type of samples in which the behavior of a certain number of economic agents is followed over time. In this way, the researcher can perform economic analysis and specify models with the data of cross section that are obtained when all operators are considered in an instant of time. Different patterns of behaviour of all agents together studied in the different temporal moments may thus be assessed. Alternatively, you can perform the same analysis considering time series given by the evolution of each economic agent throughout all the periods of the sample. This book explores the panel data econometrics through STATA. The content is de next: PANEL DATA MODELS 1.1 Introduction TO PANEL data: Data structures 1.2 ECONOMETRIC Models with PANEL data 1.3 Panel DATA Models with constant coefficients 1.4 Panel DATA Models WITH Fixed effects 1.5 PANEL DATA Models WITH Random effects 1.6 DYNAMIC PANEL data Models 1.7 LOGIT and PROBIT PANEL DATA Models PANEL data models with STATA 2.1 Stata And PANEL data models 2.2 Examples MODELS with PANEL data 2.3 Logit, probit and Poisson models with panel data 2.4 Estimation of dynamic panels using the Arellano - Bond methodology LINEAR REGRESSION ESTIMATORS IN PANEL DATA MODELS 3.1 STATA COMMANDS IN PANEL DATA MODELS LINEAR REGRESSION 3.2 FIXED AN RANDOM EFFECTS, AND POPULATION-AVERAGED EFECTS LINEAR MODELS. XTREG 3.3 PANELS WITH AUTOCORRELATION. XTREGAR 3.4 HETEROSKEDASTICITY AN AUTOCORRELATION IN PANEL DATA MODELS. XTGLS 3.5 PANEL-CORRECTED STANDARD ERRORS. XTPCSE 3.6 INSTRUMENTAL VARIABLES AND TWO-STAGE LEAST SQUARES IN PANEL DATA. XTIVREG 3.7 panel-data models with random coefficients. XTRC 3.8 panel-data models with multilevel mixed effects. XTMIXED 3.9 ERROR-COMPONENTS MODEL across Hausman-Taylor estimator. XTHTAYLOR 3.10 Stochastic frontier models for panel data. XTFRONTIER DYNAMIC PANEL DATA Models 4.1 ESTIMATORS FOR DYNAMIC PANEL DATA MODELS 4.2 ARELLANO-BOND LINEAR DYNAMIC PANEL DATA. XTABOND COMMAND 4.3 LINEAR DYNAMIC PANEL-DATA ESTIMATION. XTPD 4.4 ARELLANO-BOVER/BLUNDELL-BOND LINEAR DYNAMIC PANEL-DATA ESTIMATION. XTDPDSYS LOGIT AND PROBIT PANEL DATA Models 5.1 METHODOLOGICAL NOTES 5.2 STATA COMMAnds FOR ESTIMATE LOGIT AND PROBIT PANEL DATA MODELS 5.3 Fixed-effects, random-effects, and population-averaged logit models. XTLOGIT 5.4 Random-effects and population-averaged probit models. Xtprobit 5.5 Random-effects and population-averaged cloglog models. xtcloglog: 5.6 Multilevel mixed-effects logistic regression. Xtmelogit CENSORED AND COUNT Panel DATA MODELS. TOBIT, POISSON AND NEGATIVE BINOMIAL MODELS 6.1 CENSORED AND COUNT PANEL DATA MODELS 6.2 CENSORED PANEL DATA MODELS 6.3 COUNT PANEL DATA MODELS. Seller Inventory # APC9781518745645

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Mustafizur Rahman,Selim Raihan,Wasel Bin Shadat

Published by Academic Foundation (2010)

ISBN 10: 8171888194 ISBN 13: 9788171888191

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About this Item: Academic Foundation, 2010. Softcover. Condition: New. The present volume makes an important contribution to the rich literature on impact of trade reforms on growth and employment by undertaking an indepth investigation into relevant issues in the context of the developing economy of Bangladesh. The study tracks and investigates the various phases of trade reforms pursued by Bangladesh over the past years. By applying appropriate analytical and estimation techniques, the study captures how and to what extent trade reforms have impacted on growth of manufacturing sector of the country during the various stages of the reforms and how employment scenarios have changed in labour-intensive and export-oriented sectors of the country over the corresponding periods as a consequence of the reforms. The book argues that further trade reforms should be guided by concerns of employment creation and should be tailored to the demands of accelerated industrial growth as Bangladesh enters into a heightened pace of global integration of her economy. CONTENTS IN DETAIL : List of Tables, Figures, Boxes, Annexes and Annex Tables List of Acronyms 1. Introduction 1.1 Rationale, Research Questions and Objectives of the Study 1.2 Focus of Study 1.3 Analytical Framework and Data 1.4 Limitations and Distinctive Features of the Study 1.5 Structure of the Report 2. Trade Liberalisation and Employment: A Review of Theory and Evidence 2.1 Trade Liberalisation: Employment Creator or Destructor 2.2 Impact of Trade Liberalisation on Wage Inequality 2.3 Impact of Trade Liberalisation on Bangladesh Economy: Evidence from Studies 3. Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh: Phases, Pace and Sequence. 3.1 Brief History of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh 3.2 Phases and Pace of Trade Liberalisation 3.2.1. Tariff Reform Indicators 3.2.2. Trade Related Indicators 3.2.3. Policy Related Indicators 3.3 Sequencing of Trade Liberalisation 3.3.1 Import Policies 3.3.2 Export Policies 3.3.3 Industrial Policy 3.4 Comparison with Rest of the World 3.5 Summary 4. Impact of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh at the Aggregate Level: An Analysis of LFS Data 4.1 Problems with LFS and CMI Data 4.2 Dynamics and Structural Changes in the Labour Market during Various Phases of Trade Liberalisation 4.3 Status of Employment 4.4 Unemployment and Underemployment 4.5 Gender Dimension of Employment: Female Participation Rate (FPR) 4.6 Real Wage Index and Labour Productivity Index at Aggregate Level 5. An Analysis of Employment Situation in the Manufacturing Sector 5.1 Trade Reforms, ERP and Production Performance 5.2 Trade Reforms, Manufacturing Employment and Output 5.3 Analysis of Public and Private Enterprises 5.4 Profile of Manufacturing Sector at 2-Digit Level and Employment 5.5 Employment Scenario for Labour-intensive and Export-oriented Industries 5.6 Extent of Tariff Liberalisation for Pooled, Labour-intensive and Export-oriented Industries 6. Impact of Trade Liberalisation on Labour Demand and Growth in the Manufacturing Industries of Bangladesh: An Econometric Investigation 6.1 Estimation of Production Function in the Manufacturing Industries of Bangladesh 6.1.1 The Model 6.1.2 Variables and Data Description 6.1.3 Estimation Strategy 6.1.4 Discussion on Results 6.2 Labour Demand Function 6.2.1 Background and Literature Review 6.2.2 The Model 6.2.3 Data, Variables and Estimation Strategy 6.2.4 Analysis of the Regression Results 7. Trade Liberalisation and Sectoral Labour Demand in Bangladesh: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis 7.1 Methodology 7.1.1 The Bangladesh Social Accounting Matrix 2005 7.1.2 The CGE Model for Bangladesh Economy 7.2 Simulation Set-ups 7.2.1 Setting Up the Full Liberalisation Scenario 7.2.2 Setti Printed Pages: 220. Seller Inventory # 43962

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Julio Carrillo

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About this Item: BiblioGov. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 42 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.In this paper, we propose a simple econometric framework to disentangle the respective roles of monetary policy inertia and persistent shocks in interest rate rules. We exploit the restrictions of a DSGE model that is confronted with a monetary SVAR. We show that, provided enough informative variables are included in the formal test, the data favor a monetary policy representation with modest inertia and highly serially correlated monetary shocks. To the contrary, when the procedure is based solely on the dynamic behavior of the nominal interest rate, no clear-cut conclusion can be reached about the correct representation of monetary policy. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781249560463

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About this Item: BiblioGov. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 48 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.In this paper, we propose an econometric model of the joint dynamic relationship between the yield curve and the economy to predict business cycles. We examine the predictive value of the yield curve to forecast future economic growth as well as the beginning and end of economic recessions at the monthly frequency. The proposed nonlinear multivariate dynamic factor model takes into account not only the popular term spread but also information extracted from the level and curvature of the yield curve and from macroeconomic variables. The nonlinear model is used to investigate the interrelationship between the phases of the bond market and of the business cycle. The results indicate a strong interrelation between these two sectors. The proposed factor model of the yield curve exhibits substantial incremental predictive value compared to several alternative specifications. This result holds in-sample and out-of-sample, using revised or real time unrevised data. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781288698141

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About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 188 pages. Dimensions: 10.0in. x 8.0in. x 0.4in.The data panels are a special type of samples in which the behavior of a certain number of economic agents is followed over time. In this way, the researcher can perform economic analysis and specify models with the data of cross section that are obtained when all operators are considered in an instant of time. Different patterns of behaviour of all agents together studied in the different temporal moments may thus be assessed. Alternatively, you can perform the same analysis considering time series given by the evolution of each economic agent throughout all the periods of the sample. This book explores the panel data econometrics through STATA. The content is de next: PANEL DATA MODELS 1. 1 Introduction TO PANEL data: Data structures 1. 2 ECONOMETRIC Models with PANEL data 1. 3 Panel DATA Models with constant coefficients 1. 4 Panel DATA Models WITH Fixed effects 1. 5 PANEL DATA Models WITH Random effects 1. 6 DYNAMIC PANEL data Models 1. 7 LOGIT and PROBIT PANEL DATA Models PANEL data models with STATA 2. 1 Stata And PANEL data models 2. 2 Examples MODELS with PANEL data 2. 3 Logit, probit and Poisson models with panel data 2. 4 Estimation of dynamic panels using the Arellano - Bond methodology LINEAR REGRESSION ESTIMATORS IN PANEL DATA MODELS 3. 1 STATA COMMANDS IN PANEL DATA MODELS LINEAR REGRESSION 3. 2 FIXED AN RANDOM EFFECTS, AND POPULATION-AVERAGED EFECTS LINEAR MODELS. XTREG 3. 3 PANELS WITH AUTOCORRELATION. XTREGAR 3. 4 HETEROSKEDASTICITY AN AUTOCORRELATION IN PANEL DATA MODELS. XTGLS 3. 5 PANEL-CORRECTED STANDARD ERRORS. XTPCSE 3. 6 INSTRUMENTAL VARIABLES AND TWO-STAGE LEAST SQUARES IN PANEL DATA. XTIVREG 3. 7 panel-data models with random coefficients. XTRC 3. 8 panel-data models with multilevel mixed effects. XTMIXED 3. 9 ERROR-COMPONENTS MODEL across HausmanTaylor estimator. XTHTAYLOR 3. 10 Stochastic frontier models for panel data. XTFRONTIER DYNAMIC PANEL DATA Models 4. 1 ESTIMATORS FOR DYNAMIC PANEL DATA MODELS 4. 2 ARELLANO-BOND LINEAR DYNAMIC PANEL DATA. XTABOND COMMAND 4. 3 LINEAR DYNAMIC PANEL-DATA ESTIMATION. XTPD 4. 4 ARELLANOBOVERBLUNDELLBOND LINEAR DYNAMIC PANEL-DATA ESTIMATION. XTDPDSYS LOGIT AND PROBIT PANEL DATA Models 5. 1 METHODOLOGICAL NOTES 5. 2 STATA COMMAnds FOR ESTIMATE LOGIT AND PROBIT PANEL DATA MODELS 5. 3 Fixed-effects, random-effects, and population-averaged logit models. XTLOGIT 5. 4 Random-effects and population-averaged probit models. Xtprobit 5. 5 Random-effects and population-averaged cloglog models. xtcloglog: 5. 6 Multilevel mixed-effects logistic regression. Xtmelogit CENSORED AND COUNT Panel DATA MODELS. TOBIT, POISSON AND NEGATIVE BINOMIAL MODELS 6. 1 CENSORED AND COUNT PANEL DATA MODELS 6. 2 CENSORED PANEL DATA MODELS 6. 3 COUNT PANEL DATA MODELS This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781518745645

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Damodar N. Gujarati,Dawn C. Porter,Sangeetha Gunasekar

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About this Item: Tata McGraw-Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, 2013. Softcover. Condition: New. 4th edition. The fifth edition of Basic Econometrics continues to blend foundations of econometrics with up-to-date research. It illustrates important concepts through intuitive and informative examples & data without resorting to matrix algebra, calculus or statistics beyond the elementary level. It presents not only the `what? and the `how? of econometrics, but also the `why? and successfully provides thorough yet highly lucid descriptions of all the key econometric topics. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface Acknowledge Introduction Part 1 Single-Equation Regression Models 1. The Nature of Regression Analysis 2. Two-Variable Regression Analysis: Some Basic Ideas 3. Two-Variable Regression Model: The Problem of Estimation 4. Classical Normal Linear Regression Model (CNLRM) 5. Two-Variable Regression: Interval Estimation and Hypothesis Testing 6. Extensions of the Two-Variable Linear Regression Model 7. Multiple Regression Analysis: The Problem of Estimation 8. Multiple Regression Analysis: The Problem of Inference 9. Dummy Variable Regression Models Part 2 Relaxing the Assumptions of the Classical Model 10. Multicollinearity: What Happens if the Regressors are Correlated? 11. Heteroscedasticity: What Happens if the Error Variance is Noneonstant? 12. Autocorrelation: What Happens if the Error Terms are Correlate? 13. Econometric Modeling: Model Specification and Diagnostic Testing Part 3 Topics in Econometrics 14. Nonlinear Regression Models 15. Qualitative Response Regression Models 16. Panel Data Regression Models 17. Dynamic Econometric Models: Autoregressive and Distributed-Lag Models Part 4 Simultaneous-Equation Models and Time Series Econometrics 18. Simultaneous-Equation Models 19. The Identification Problem 20. Simultaneous-Equation Methods 21. Time Series Econometrics: Some Basic Concepts 22. Time Series Econometrics: Forecasting Appendix D Statistical Tables Selected Bibliography Index Printed Pages: 909. Seller Inventory # 69280

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R L Thomas

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ISBN 10: 1259002330 ISBN 13: 9781259002335

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About this Item: McGraw Hill Education, 2011. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. The primary aim of this book is to provide a text for economics students which gives a good balance between statistics and econometrics.The intention is to prepare students for an introductory course in econometrics, while instilling a clear understanding of statistics. It is suitable for first or second year courses in Introductory Statistics or Introductory Statistics and Econometrics on economics degrees. The book is characterized by Leighton Thomas? clear style of explanation, gained through 35 years of teaching experience. Contents: Prerequisites Part I Statistics Chapter 1 ? Discrete probability distributions Chapter 2 ? Continuous variables Chapter 3 ? Basic statistical inference Chapter 4 ? Hypothesis Testing 1 Chapter 5 ? Hypothesis Testing 2 Chapter 6 ? More about probability and inference Chapter 7 ? Chi-squared tests and nonparametric statistics Part II Econometrics Chapter 8 ? What is econometrics? Chapter 9 ? Two variable correlation and regression Chapter 10 ? Introduction to non-linear regression Chapter 11 ? What makes a good estimator? Chapter 12 ? The classical regression model with two variables Chapter 13 ? An introduction to multiple regression Chapter 14 ? Models with qualitative effects Chapter 15 ? Some problems with the classical model Chapter 16 - Introducing dynamic econometrics Chapter 17 ? A possible best-practice methodology Solutions to examples Index Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 85378

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Niranjan Sarangi,Ajit Kumar Roy

Published by Astral International (P) Ltd/Daya Publishing House (2009)

ISBN 10: 8170355710 ISBN 13: 9788170355717

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About this Item: Astral International (P) Ltd/Daya Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book entitled ?Modelling Forecasting Artificial Neural Network and Expert System in Fisheries and Aquaculture is the first of its kind avilable in the market. The book contains altogether sixteen chapter covering both capture and culture fisheries aspects contributed by various subject matter specialists engaged in research and development activities at various national institutes of repute. Each of the chapters has been specially written by an expert in the field bringing together in a single volume a range of approaches and reviews covering conceptual and mathematical model empirical and theoretical model deterministic and stochastic model biological model pond ecosystem model and explanatory models. Both linear as well as nonlinear models applied to fisheries and aquaculture research has been dealt with illustrated examples on current real fisheries data. Adequate attention has been given to select chapters that contain both theoretical as well as applied areas of research. Important chapters like statistical modelling and their application in fisheries quantitative methods in fish stock assessment time series modeling tropho dynamic modelling and forecasting of fish production by environment and species/groups have been added. Methods of multiobjective freshwater aquaculture model are altogether a new approach in aquaculture research containing valuable information. Besides conventional methods latest developments on expert system simulation articial neural network fuzzy logic soft computing techniques in data analysis have been documented for the first time in India. Advanced econometric approach in productivity analysis has been demonstrated with a real field data identifying the role of socio-economic and farm specific management variables on technical efficiency of aquaculture farm. Finally the book provides a comprehensive account of recent developments in modelling and forecasting and also an insightful and authoritative overview of the broad umbrella of modelling and forecasting. Each and every chapter is important for researchers planners and those associated with development activities to cope with the most challenging task of providing food and nutritional security to the present population as well as to plan for supply of food to the future population of the country.Contents: Contents Chapter 1: Statistical Modelling in Fisheries Research: An Overview by Prajneshu Chapter 2: Is Fisheries Sector in India Changing its Gear by Ganesh Kumar Chapter 3: Non-Linear Models for Forecasting Fish Production from Ponds by Lalmohan Bhar Chapter 4: Statistical Models and their Application in Fishery Science Research by R Venugopalan and Prajneshu Chapter 5: Methods of Forecasting and their Application in Fishery Science by P K Sahu Chapter 6: Modelling in Aquaculture by A K Roy Chapter 7: Modelling of Multiobjective Freshwater Aquaculture by Pratap K J Mohapatra, Santosh K Prusty and C K Mukherjee Chapter 8: A Revisit to Building up Models in Fishery Research by Satyabrata Pal and Subhabaha Pal Chapter 9: Quantitative Techniques for Fish Stock Assessment by R S Biradar Chapter 10: Quantitative Techniques for Fish Stock Assessment by R S Biradar Chapter 11: Tropho-Dynamic Modelling for Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management by Preetha Panikkar and M feroz Khan Chapter 12: Forecasting of Fish Production of India by Culture Environment and Species by A K Roy and Nirupama Panda Chapter 13: Expert Systems and Simulation Studies in Agriculture Aquaculture by J Panduranga Rao Chapter 14: Recent Trends in Artifical Neural Network (ANN) and Fuzzy Logic and their Application in Aquaculture by M Balakrishnan and R C Srivastava Chapter 15: Soft Computing Techniques for Data Analysis and Modelling in Fisheries by H C Verma Chapter 16: An Econometric Model for Productivity Analysis of Aquaculture Far Printed Pages: 254. Seller Inventory # 70779

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Cesar Perez Lopez

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About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 158 pages. Dimensions: 10.0in. x 7.0in. x 0.4in.Data panels are a special type of samples in which the behavior of a certain number of economic agents is followed over time. In this way, the researcher can perform economic analysis and specify models with the data of cross section (or cross section) that are obtained when all operators are considered in an instant of time. Different patterns of behaviour of all players together studied in the different temporal moments may thus be assessed. Alternatively, you can perform the same analysis considering time series given by the evolution of each economic agent throughout all the periods of the sample. In the latter case could be considered different patterns for individual to individual behaviour all the time interval of the sample. The book focuses on practical aspects of econometrics of panel data presenting variety of solved exercise with the latest software. STATA, SAS, SPSS and EVIEWS software was used. The remarkable reads as follows: MODELS WITH PANEL DATA PURE PANELS AND EXPANDED PANELS COMPARISON BETWEEN ANNUAL SAMPLES, COMBINATIONS OF CROSS SECTIONS (DATA POOL) AND PANELS ECONOMETRIC MODELS WITH PANEL DATA PANEL DATA MODELS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS PANEL DATA MODELS WITH FIXED EFFECTS PANEL DATA MODELS WITH RANDOM EFFECTS DYNAMIC PANEL DATA MODELS LOGIT AND PROBIT PANEL DATA MODELS PANEL DATA MODELS WITH EVIEWS EVIEWS AND MODELS WITH PANEL DATA. PANELS OF CONSTANT COEFICIENTS, FIXED EFFECTS AND RANDOM EFFECTS EVIEWS AND DYNAMIC MODELS WITH PANEL DATA. ARELLANO AND BOND METHODOLOGY PANEL DATA MODELS WITH STATA EXAMPLES MODELS WITH PANEL DATA LOGIT, PROBIT AND POISSON MODELS WITH PANEL DATA ESTIMATION OF DYNAMIC PANELS USING THE ARELLANO - BOND METHODOLOGY PANEL DATA MODELS WITH SAS 57 SAS AND MODELS WITH PANELDATA. PROCEDURE TSCSREG SAS AND MODELS WITH PANEL DATA. PROCEDURE PANEL PANEL DATA MODELS WITH SPSS STABILITY IN PANEL DATA MODELS. STRUCTURAL CHANGE, UNIT ROOTS AND COINTEGRATION STRUCTURAL STABILITY IN ECONOMETRIC MODELS UNSTABLE MODELS: SPURIOUS REGRESSIONS SEASONAL TIME SERIES. DETECTION OF SEASONALITY UNIT ROOTS TESTS STABLE MODELS IN THE LONG TERM: THE COINTEGRATION ANALYSIS THE ERROR CORRECTION MODELS UNIT ROOTS AND COINTEGRATION IN SEASONAL SERIES UNIT ROOTS AND COINTEGRATION IN SERIES WITH STRUCTURAL CHANGE UNIT ROOTS AND COINTEGRATION WITH PANEL DATA STATIONARY AND SEASONALITY WITH EVIEWS ROOTS UNIT, COINTEGRATION AND STRUCTURAL CHANGE WITH EVIEWS EVIEWS AND THE CONTRASTS OF UNIT ROOTS WITH PANEL DATA. COINTEGRATION IN PANEL DATA MODELS UNIT ROOTS, COINTEGRATION AND STRUCTURAL CHANGE WITH SAS SAS AND UNIT ROOTS TESTS WITH PANEL DATA MODELS. COINTEGRATION IN PANEL DATA MODELS This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781507644997

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K. Puttaswamaiah

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About this Item: Indus Pub, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents Preface List of Contributors 1. Tribute to Jan Tinbergen: One Exact Match for Economics and Physics/Paul A. Samuelson 2. The European Unemployment Crisis: A Monetarist Keynesian Approach and Its Implications/Franco Modigliani 3. Tinbergen's Economic Writings: Main Characteristics/J. Kol 4. Early Testing of Macroeconomic Theories before Tinbergen/Robert W. Dimand 5. Carrying Forward the Tinbergen Initiative in Macroeconometrics/L. R. Klein 6. Tinbergen in World Peace: A Comprative Historical Perspective/P. Terhal 7. Jan Tinbergen: A Quantitative Economist/P. de Wolff; J. T. J. M. van der Linden 8. Tinbergen and the Royal Netheralands Economic Association/Anthonie Knoester; Arnout H. E. M. Wellink 9. Financial Intermediation and Economic Development/Nicholas A. Lash and Bala Batavia 10. Development Cooperation in the Twenty-first Century: Suggestions for a new framework/Keith Griffin and Terry McKinley 11. A Reinterpretation of 'External Economics' in the Context of Economic Development/Ismail Shariff 12. A Semi-Input-Output Analysis of Australian Comparative Advantage/Neil Dias Karunaratne 13. Economic Thought in the Netherlands: The Contribution of Prof. Jan Tinbergen/J. T. J. M. van der Linden 14. Spatio-Temporal Variations in Employment Growth Rates of Dutch Firms/Cess Gorte; Peter Nijkamp and Michiel De Bruijn 15. A Composite Target Function for Predictions in Econometric Models/Anil K. Srivastava; Shalabh 16. Memories of Jan Tinbergen: The Geneva Years/Jacques J. Polak 17. Jan Tinbergen, In Memoriam/Jacob J. Krabbe 18. Why is Poverty Rate Higher in Rural India?/B. N. Ghosh 19. Remembering Tinbergen as a Nobel Economist/P. R. Brahmananda 20. The Concept of Development: Its Dialects and Dynamics/P. Jegadish Gandhi The book contains a collection of articles reprinted from the special issues of the Indian Jurnal of applied Economics Published in the reverential memory of Jan Tinbergen in three parts. This work will be of immense value to professors, researchers and students of Economics who are interested in Tinbergen's writings and the areas in which he was interested. There are 20 articles in this book authored by leading Economists in the world including Paul A. Samuelson, Franco Modigliani, L. R. Klein, the nobel laureates in Economics and many distinguished Economists from all parts of the world. Seller Inventory # 93833

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Shubik, Martin (Ed.)

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About this Item: Princeton, University Press, 1967., 1967. XX 475 S., (1) Portr.Taf., gr.okt., Ln., OU. m. kl. Randläs., tls. Anstr. =The Contribution of Oskar Morgenstern. A Bibliography of the Work of Oskar Morgenstern. 1. Game Theory. R. Aumann: A Survey of Cooperative Games Without Side Payments. H. W. Kuhn: On Games of Fair Division. M. Davis and M. Maschler: Existence of Stable Payoff Configurations for Cooperative Games. B. Peleg: Existence Theorem for the Bargaining Set. L. Shapley: On Solutions that Exclude One or More Players. L. Shapley and M. Shubik: Concepts and Theories of Pure Competition. 2. Mathematical Programming. S. Noble: A Property and Use of Output Coefficients of a Leontief Model. G. Thompson: Some Approaches to the Solution of Large-Scale Combinatorial Problems. L. Tornquist: Minimaxing and Optimal Programming. 3. Decision Theory. J. Mayberry: Alternate Prior Distributions in Statistical Decision Theory. H. Mills: Smoothing in Inventory Processes. K. Miyasawa: A Bayesian Approach to Team Decision Problems. D. Orr: Capital Flexibility and Long Run Cost Under Stationary Uncertainty. 4. Economic Theory. W. Baumol: The Ricardo Effect in the Point Input-Point Case. K. Borch: The Economics of Incertainty. K. Menger: The Role of Uncertainty in Economics (Das Unsicherheitsmoment in der Wertlehre). M. H. Peston: Changing Utility Functions. J. Pfanzagl: Subjective Probability Derived from the Morgenstern-von Neumann Utility Concept. 5. Management Science. D. Stern: Some Notes on Oligolpoy Theory and Experiments. T. Whitin: The Role of Economics in Management Science. 6. International Trade. A. Y. C. Koo: Competition of American and Japanese Textiles in the World Market. E. Marcus: Moderating Economic Fluctuations in the Underdeveloped. 7. Econometrics. S. Afriat: The Cost of Living Index. M. D. Godfrey und H. Karreman: A Spectum Analysis of Seasonal Adjustment. C. W. J. Granger: New Techniques for Analyzing Economic Time Series and Their Place in Econometrics. M. Hatanaka und M. Suzuki: A Theory of the Pseudospectrum and Its Application to Nonstationary Dynamic Econometric Models. K. Mizutani: New Formulas for Making Price and Quantity Index Numbers. [ Wirtschaftswissenschaft Volkswirtschaft Mathematik Festgabe Biographie-Bibliographie SpracheGB J| 1967 N| Martin Shubik ] --. Seller Inventory # 51300-3

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S Venugopal

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About this Item: Pointer, Jaipur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Bioeconomic modeling of shrimp and prawn a methodological comparison. 3. Development and implementation of a fish farm bioeconomic model. 4. Economics of vertical integration in hybrid striped bass aquaculture. 5. Replacement model for rainbow trout brood stock. 6. Social science contributions to aquacultural development. 7. International econometric model for wild and pen reared salmon. 8. Seasonal demand characteristics for farm raised catfish. 9. Aquaculture in the Baltic sea development and environmental conflict. 10. Economic potential of aquaculture and emerging research issues. 11. Political and social context of technology transfer two oyster projects. 12. Social and environmental impacts of coastal aquaculture. 13. Aquaculture economics. 14. Community based aquaculture in India. 15. Tsunami impact on fisheries and aquaculture in India. 16. Community factors affecting development of small scale fish farming. 17. Integrated aquaculture and human influenza. 18. Development of shrimp mariculture. Bibliography. Index. The production and marketing of aquaculture products has grown dramatically in recent years. The economics of aquaculture is a rather new academic area for pursuit of state of the art economic research. Economic analyses of the production and marketing of aquaculture products have been in the past quite limited however recently with the growth in aquaculture enterprises worldwide economic researchers have begun addressing this topic with the theoretical and methodological rigour used in other sectors. In this book an attempt has been made to accomplish these objectives. Inter disciplinary research is presented on aquaculture that will contribute to a broadening audience interested in the growth and profitability of this dynamic growth area. Aquaculture is very diverse with a multitude of species that have proved profitability catfish shrimp salmon crawfish tilapia carp and trout. In addition many species are beginning to be analysed in terms of both production and marketing feasibility. Thus the economics of aquaculture spans a broad array of industries with differing problems and opportunities. 280 pp. Seller Inventory # 56896

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Selim Raihan

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About this Item: Pathak Shamabesh, Dhaka, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Abbreviations. Preface. Acknowledgement. 1. Dynamics of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh. 2. Trade Liberalisation and economic growth a review of theory and evidence. 3. Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh overview of the policies and programmes. 4. Bangladesh's Trade Liberalisation in a changing perspective a time series evaluation. 5. Bangladesh's Trade Liberalisation in a global prospective a comparative analysis. 6. Trade Liberalisation and growth nexus a dynamic panel econometric study on Bangladesh manufacturing industries. 7. Short run vs. Long run Macro impacts of Trade Liberalisation an inter temporal computable general equilibrium model of Bangladesh. 8. Summary and conclusions. References. Index. Trade Liberalisation has been one of the major policy reforms in Bangladesh. This book aims to assess the dynamics of Trade Liberalisation which include an examination of the theoretical and empirical literature on the Trade Liberalisation Growth Nexus an evaluation of the changes in the policy regimes in Bangladesh an examination of the changes in the extent of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh over time an exploration of Bangladesh's Trade Liberalisation in a global perspective an investigation of the Trade Liberalisation Growth Nexus in the context of the manufacturing industries in Bangladesh and an exploration of the alternative options for the future direction of trade policy reform in Bangladesh. This book attempts to contribute to the empirical understanding of these dynamic issues. A proper understanding of the dynamics of Trade Liberalisation is very important in the context of Bangladesh economy. There are debates among the economists and the policy makers in Bangladesh regarding the extent of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh on whether the impact of Trade Liberalisation has been favourable to the domestic economy and on the future direction of Trade Liberalisation in Bangladesh. Questions have been raised over whether Bangladesh ought to undertake further drastic wholesale liberalisation of trade of take a more gradual approach. This book has tried to address these issues with the help of updated tools in economic analysis. 268 pp. Seller Inventory # 68766

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C Rangarajan

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About this Item: Academic Foundation. Condition: As New. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. Introduction. I. Agriculture industry and the economy: 1. Agricultural growth and industrial performance in India. 2. Industrial growth: another look. 3. Industrial growth in the 80s : facts and some issues. 4. Paradigm shifts in industrial policy. 5. Conflict between employment and inflation: theory and facts. 6. Capital output ratios in the Indian economy: (1950 51 to 1989 90). 7. Impact of hike in coalprices & petroleum products on the other sectors of the economy. 8. Corporate investment in 1979 : a forecast. 9. On the goals and mechanics of replanning. 10. Economic reforms : an assessment. II. Monetary system and financial sector: 11.The analytical framework of the Chakravarty Committee Report on the monetary system. 12. Reserve Money : concepts and policy implications for India. 13. Money output : a macroeconometric model. 14. Monetary policy in a developing economy : the Indian experience. 15. financial sector reforms : the second phase. Vol. II: III. Fiscal sector: 1. Dynamics of interaction between Government deficit and domestic debt in India. 2. Fiscal deficit external balance and monetary growth : a study of Indian economy. 3. Taxation as a tool of redistribution in developing economies. 4. Government securities market in a mixed economy : a study of India. 5. Government expenditure and money supply multipliers under alternative condition. IV. External sector: 6. Impact of export fluctuations on income : a cross country analysis. 7. India's balance of payments : the emerging dimensions. 8. The exchange rate system : some issues. 9. Exchange rate adjustments : causes and consequences. 10. Report of high level committee on balance of payments. Dr. Rangarajan's contributions are well known and well documented in a number of publications both Indian and international. But it has been strongly felt particularly by his colleagues who worked closely with him that his research contributions to various sectors of Indian economy are not available at one place. The present publication is an attempt to fill this gap and to provide easy access to some of his path breaking articles which are frequently referred to. Dr. Rangarajan's contributions are not confined to monetary economics as one may usually think but they cover a wide range agriculture industry planning banking finance balance of payments exchange rate policy and international monetary system. These subjects have been covered in the 24 selected essays which have been arranged under four sections in two volumes. The first section covers agriculture industry and the economy. The chapter 1 in this section entitled Agricultural Growth and Industrial Performance is perhaps one of the earliest studies to express fully the linkage between agriculture and industry. This section also includes a comprehensive review of the recent economic reforms. The second section deals with issues relating to monetary and financial sectors providing the analytical foundations of the Chakravarty Committee Report; an econometric model to study the relative impact of money supply on output ; and also includes detailed essays on the role of monetary policy and financial sector reforms. The third section deals with fiscal policy issues from the broader perspective of macroeconomic management including an article on the dynamics of debt accumulation which is perhaps one of the earliest articles to be published in India in this area. A reasonably large sized econometric model is also presented to study the impact of government expenditures financed through alternative channels. The last section includes articles on exchange rate management and on the evolution of the balance of payment scenario in the country. The Report of the High Level Committee on Balance of Payments of which Dr. Rangarajan was the Chairman is also included. This report is the only source which outlines the reasons for the shift of the exchange rate arrangement initially to LERMS and later to a marke. Seller Inventory # 50602

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Merita Zulfiu Alili

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About this Item: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. Paperback. Condition: New. 88 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 0.2in.Using a panel dataset of bilateral flows of foreign direct investment (FDI), we study the determinants of FDI in transition economies, with particular reference to Macedonias performance. Even though Macedonia has been introducing extensive fiscal and business sector reforms, so far it has been lagged in attracting foreign investment. Following the empirical approach used in previous studies and the theoretical discussion presented in Chapters 2 this study specifies both static and dynamic models. The static models, both fixed and random effects, do not give the best specification. The empirical work confirms the expectation of the positive feedback effect of past FDI onto current FDI. The negative and significant coefficient of distance indicates that FDI is determined by gravity factors. In addition, GDP of the host country, unit labour costs, trade openness, English language are also important determinants of FDI in transition economies. Our suggestion is that the econometric findings on the determinants of FDI in transition economies using small dataset and static models should be accepted only with caution. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9783659536274

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Edited by B.B. Bhattacharya and Arup Mitra

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ISBN 10: 817188461X ISBN 13: 9788171884612

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About this Item: Academic Foundation, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. I. Macroeconomics: 1. Forecasting the exchange rate with a Bayesian Vector Auto Regression (BVAR) model: the Indian experience/B.B. Bhattacharya, S. Chakravarty and Mahua Paul. 2. Forecasting Indian interest rates using univariate and multivariate models/Pami Dua, Nishita Raje and Satyananda Sahoo. 3. Macroeconomic effects of changes in selected monetary and fiscal variables: a simulation analysis for India/A. Soumya and K.N. Murty. 4. Money demand in the Indian economy: a time varying parameter approach/Pami Dua and Srividya Subramaniam. 5. Search for stable money demand function for India: a co-integration approach/A.K. Giri and B. Kamaiah. 6. Optimising growth and inflation: some empirical results relating to the Indian economy using control theory/Balwant Singh and Sushila Augustine. 7. Comparing measures of core inflation for India/Ajit R. Joshi and Rajashree Rajpathak. 8. Endogenous distribution, politics and the growth-equity tradeoff/Satya P. Das and Chetan Ghate. 9. Measuring benefits from reduced air pollution in the cities of Delhi and Kolkata in India using hedonic property prices model/M.N. Murty, S.C. Gulati and Avishek Banerjee. 10. Dynamics of rice production in Kerala: a Cobweb approach/K.P. Mani. II. Welfare: 11. Rural poverty and rural infrastructure: the case of India/Siddhartha Mitra, S.D. Brahmankar and V. Handa. 12. Public policy stance and human development: a panel analysis/Lekha S. Chakraborty. 13. Maternal health care utilisation: an empirical analysis based on rural India/Anindita Chakrabarti. 14. Quality of health care and household choice: evidence from NSS and NFHS data for the State of West Bengal/Subrata Mukherjee. 15. Economic and social benefits of Micro-finance programmes: an econometric analysis/D. Rajasekhar and S. Madheswaran. 16. Repayment performance of a Random Rosca in West Bengal/Samapti Guha and Gautam Gupta. "This volume presents selected papers on macroeconomics and welfare, presented at the 40 Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society in 2004. Collectively they cover a wide range of issues related to economic reform, growth and equity. In particular, the book contains studies on exchange rate, interest rate, money demand and supply and monetary and fiscal policies, inflation and its relationship with growth at aggregate and sectoral levels, growth and distribution, pollution, environment, rural poverty, health care and micro credit. The analysis is done mainly through macroeconometric and time-series techniques. The basic purpose of these studies has been to evaluate the ongoing economic reforms and its impact on economic growth and welfare with special focus for the vulnerable sections of the population. The volume is expected to be of special interest to those who are keen to learn the applications of econometric techniques in analysing economic growth, policy and welfare. It would also be useful to the policymakers for understanding the effectiveness of both macro and micro policies in the recent period." (jacket). Seller Inventory # 55830

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Jean-Pierre Florens, Velayoudom Marimoutou, and Anne Peguin-Feissolle

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press, New Delhi, India, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. First Edition. Presents the main statistical tools of econometrics, focusing specifically on modern econometric methodology. The authors unify the approach by using a small number of estimation techniques, mainly generalized method of moments (GMM) estimation and kernel smoothing. The choice of GMM is explained by its relevance in structural econometrics and its preeminent position in econometrics overall. Split into four parts, Part I explains general methods. Part II studies statistical models that are best suited for microeconomic data. Part III deals with dynamic models that are designed for macroeconomic and financial applications. In Part IV the authors synthesize a set of problems that are specific to statistical methods in structural econometrics, namely identification and over-identification, simultaneity, and unobservability. Many theoretical examples illustrate the discussion and can be treated as application exercises. Nobel Laureate James A. Heckman offers a foreword to the work. ?A graduate text in econometrics and statistics, emphasizing theory and methods, not applications ?Links teaching and recent approaches in research: nonparametric techniques and simulation methods, game theory and treatment effects ?Contains numerous theoretical examples that are solved in the discussion Contents Part I. Statistical Methods: 1. Statistical models; 2. Sequential models and asymptotics; 3. Estimation by maximization and by the method of moments; 4. Asymptotic tests; 5. Nonparametric methods; 6. Simulation methods; Part II. Regression Models: 7. Conditional expectation; 8. Univariate regression; 9. Generalized least squares method, heteroskedasticity, and multivariate regression; 10. Nonparametric estimation of the regression; 11. Discrete variables and partially observed models; Part III. Dynamic Models: 12. Stationary dynamic models; 13. Nonstationary processes and cointegration; 14. Models for conditional variance; 15. Nonlinear dynamic models; Part IV. Structural Modeling: 16. Identification and over identification in structural modeling; 17. Simultaneity; 18. Models with unobservable variables. Printed Pages: 517. Size: 150 x 230 Mm. Seller Inventory # 020834

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Jean-Pierre Florens, Velayoudom Marimoutou, and Anne Peguin-Feissolle

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press, New Delhi, India, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. First Edition. Presents the main statistical tools of econometrics, focusing specifically on modern econometric methodology. The authors unify the approach by using a small number of estimation techniques, mainly generalized method of moments (GMM) estimation and kernel smoothing. The choice of GMM is explained by its relevance in structural econometrics and its preeminent position in econometrics overall. Split into four parts, Part I explains general methods. Part II studies statistical models that are best suited for microeconomic data. Part III deals with dynamic models that are designed for macroeconomic and financial applications. In Part IV the authors synthesize a set of problems that are specific to statistical methods in structural econometrics, namely identification and over-identification, simultaneity, and unobservability. Many theoretical examples illustrate the discussion and can be treated as application exercises. Nobel Laureate James A. Heckman offers a foreword to the work. A graduate text in econometrics and statistics, emphasizing theory and methods, not applications Links teaching and recent approaches in research: nonparametric techniques and simulation methods, game theory and treatment effects Contains numerous theoretical examples that are solved in the discussion Contents Part I. Statistical Methods: 1. Statistical models; 2. Sequential models and asymptotics; 3. Estimation by maximization and by the method of moments; 4. Asymptotic tests; 5. Nonparametric methods; 6. Simulation methods; Part II. Regression Models: 7. Conditional expectation; 8. Univariate regression; 9. Generalized least squares method, heteroskedasticity, and multivariate regression; 10. Nonparametric estimation of the regression; 11. Discrete variables and partially observed models; Part III. Dynamic Models: 12. Stationary dynamic models; 13. Nonstationary processes and cointegration; 14. Models for conditional variance; 15. Nonlinear dynamic models; Part IV. Structural Modeling: 16. Identification and over identification in structural modeling; 17. Simultaneity; 18. Models with unobservable variables. Printed Pages: 517. Size: 150 x 230 Mm. Seller Inventory # 020834

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pub Date :2004-07-01 Pages: 2011 Publisher: Guizhou People's Publishing House basic information book title: sunrise industry. information industry (the leading industries of the 21st century) Series Original: the 16 yuan Author: Liu Yan Zhao Guohong Editor: Jiang Zhenghua Press: Guizhou People's Publishing Date: 2004 7-1ISBN: 9.787.221.065.308 words: Page :2011-07-03 18:46:08 Revision: Binding: Folio: Product ID: Wing Garden: 370.103 Guizhou People's Publishing House Editor's Choice information industry: the leading industries of the 21st Century published by Guizhou People's Publishing House. Summary information industry: leading industries for the 21st century is about: the era of the 21st century. the industrial structure is undergoing tremendous changes. some emerging industries like the rising sun. radiant. vibrant. people called sunrise industry. such as the information industry. bio-industry. tourism industry. cultural industry. space industry. environmental protection industry. etc. stimulating the development of the Chinese economy and the world economy. Relative to traditional industries. these dynamic new industry called a sunrise industry greater contribution to economic growth has become the locomotive of the social and economic development of a country or region. weathervane. also became a national a symbol of the level of economic development and the future direction of economic development. Directory sequence (Jiang Zhenghua) / 1 Information Industry Overview / 1. section I. / 1. section II. the formation and development of the information industry of the information revolution and the information industry / 19 second Information Technology and Information industrialization / 36 a scientific definition of information / 36 Section II IT / 43 Section III of information science and technology industrialization / 51/76 Section I of the information market commodity / 76 Section II market / 91 Section III / 96 Section IV of the operating mechanism of the information market information market management / 118/129 Section I of the Information Industry econometric the Borat estimates / 129 Section II the index estimates Law / 136 Section III system dynamic model / 138 Chapter information industry and the national economy / 148 Section I Industrial Structure Evolution and Economic Development / 148 Section II information industry and the national economy / 155 Section III / 161 of Chapter VI of the informatization of the national economy Estate Management / 181 first connotation and extension of an information industry management / 181 Section II Information Industry Management mode / 190 Section III / 196 of Chapter VII of the information industry policy / 20a first section of the world's major information industry development model American model / 20a Section II Japan mode / 206 Section III mode of other countries / 214. Section IV of the Asian emerging mode / 225 of Chapter VIII of the information industry outlook / 231. the first section of the world information industry prospects / 231. Section II of the development of China's information industry / 238 first three IT trends / 1252/258 . of Abstracts (b) the characteristics of information defined information is still not a single argument. but the information generally has the following characteristics. 1. Information has universality. The information is neither substance nor energy. matter and energy can be generated. carry and transfer information. Movement of matter. energy changes. showed a certain state and the law. the state and the law of this movement and change becomes natural. The existence of the information is common. From the ontological significance. The information is the state and state changes in the way of the movement of things. Both in nature and inanimate material objects. or the human body. and the phenomenon of people's subjective wor. Seller Inventory # FL029426

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Thomas J. Sargent

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About this Item: Princeton University Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 424 pages. Dimensions: 10.0in. x 7.0in. x 0.6in.A common set of mathematical tools underlies dynamic optimization, dynamic estimation, and filtering. In Recursive Models of Dynamic Linear Economies, Lars Peter Hansen and Thomas Sargent use these tools to create a class of econometrically tractable models of prices and quantities. They present examples from microeconomics, macroeconomics, and asset pricing. The models are cast in terms of a representative consumer. While Hansen and Sargent demonstrate the analytical benefits acquired when an analysis with a representative consumer is possible, they also characterize the restrictiveness of assumptions under which a representative household justifies a purely aggregative analysis. Hansen and Sargent unite economic theory with a workable econometrics while going beyond and beneath demand and supply curves for dynamic economies. They construct and apply competitive equilibria for a class of linear-quadratic-Gaussian dynamic economies with complete markets. Their book, based on the 2012 Gorman lectures, stresses heterogeneity, aggregation, and how a common structure unites what superficially appear to be diverse applications. An appendix describes MATLAB programs that apply to the books calculations. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780691180731

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edited by Masroor Ahmad Beg

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About this Item: Navyug Books International, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Role of micro finance institutions in poverty reduction: evidence from literature/Shirin Akhter. 2. Performance of self-help group bank linkage model: a critique/Astha Dewan. 3. Indian Banking industry: an econometrics model of growth in Bank advances/Rakesh Shahani, Payal Bhageria and Surbhi Jain. 4. Financial inclusion of the poor: from microcredit to Islamic micro-financial services/Abul Hassan. 5. Trends and determinants of external commercial borrowing in India/K.V. Bhanu Murthy, Manoj Kumar and Phool Chand. 6. Role of self help groups in promoting micro finance penetration in India/K.B. Singh, Abhishek Singh and Bhawana Pal. 7. Effect of institutional pressures on the relation between financial and sustainable performance of firms/Amogh Talan and Vishal Pandey. 8. Self-help group movement: issues of women financial inclusion and empowerment in India/Harpreet Kaur. 9. The financial performance and sustainability of microfinance institutions during the current financial crisis: the case of SKS (India)/Himani Gupta, Manisha Gupta and Gauri Dhingra. 10. Dividend yield stocks investment a better option in bad times/Khushboo Aggarwal. 11. Understanding the role of micro-finance in inclusive growth and financial inclusion/Anuj Jain and Nishant Sharma. 12. Impact of self help groups on rural women: A qualitative analysis of selected successful cases in Haryana/Vikas Batra. 13. Entrepreneurship through sustainable financial access: an exploratory study/Srinivas Shirur. 14. FDI in India a lesson from China: prospects for higher education/Saroj Rani and Jyotsna. 15. Dynamics of trading volume and stocks return an empirical study based on CNX nifty of national stock exchange/Priya Gupta, Manik Lakhani and Kanhaiya Singh. 16. Exploring Islamic Banking system in India: a case study AI Barakah Financial Services Ltd. Kerala/Masroor Ahmad Beg. Index. Financial inclusion or inclusive financing is the delivery of financial services at affordable costs to sections of disadvantaged and low-income segments of society, in contrast to financial exclusion where those services are not available or affordable. Financial inclusion manifests access of common man at a reasonable cost for all households to a full range of financial services, including savings or deposit services, payment and transfer services, credit and insurance. This inclusion must be ensured by the sage and sound institutions governed by clear regulation and industry performance standards. For the sake of sustainability of financial inclusion it was necessitated that these investments must be accompanied with certainty and continuity of investment to ensure choice and affordability for clients. This is possible only when the financial inclusion is fully propped up by financial literacy and through affirmative competition among the banks. Seller Inventory # 113282

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Siddhartha Sarkar

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. The role of liquidity for the UK Companies A panel cointegration and causality approach/Nicholas Apergis Katerina Lyroudi and Daniel Mccarty. 2. A comparative analysis of tourism performance in the Mediterranean region a multicriteria approach/Jehad Mitwasi George Baourakis and Costantin Zopounidis. 3. Asymmetric volatility and stochastic behavior of the Bombay stock exchange/Mazhar M. Islam. 4. Stochastic convergence in a growth triangle some empirical evidence using panel unit root test/Muzafar Shah Habibullah A.M. Dayang Affizzah W.N.W. Azman Saini and M.T. Hirnissa. 5. Impact of parental education on family size a cross sectional investigation/Shahid Ahmed. 6. Why do foreign banks invest in Turkey/Ahmet Faruk Aysan and Sanli Pinar Ceyhan. 7. Conservatives liberals the party in power and income inequality/William R. Dipietro. 8. Overworked Greeks Working time trends in Greece/Ioannides A. and Mavroudeas S. 9. Labour productivity wages and unemployment an empirical investigation for Greece using Causality analysis/Nikolaos Dritsakis. 10. Poverty in Kenya 1994 1997 a stochastic dominance approach/Njuguna F. Mburu and Tabitha W. Kiriti Nganga. 11. The Endogenous money hypothesis empirical evidence from Tunisia 1991 2002/Fatma Siala. 12. The demand for money in Greece in the period 1858 1938/Erotokritos Varelas. 13. Do the weaknesses in the quality of public governance explain low private investment in Middle East and North Africa/Ahmet Faruk Aysan Mustapha Kamel Nabil and Marie Ange Veganzones Varoudakis. 14. Seeking to redress the balance between capital stock and unemployment empirical evidence from 14 EU countries/Constantinos Alexiou. 15. Dualistic economic structure and unemployment in China/Kishore G. Kulkarni and Weijia Huang. 16. Analysis of efficiency and quality across public and private sector of higher education institutes in Philippines/K.V. Ahir an K.M. Joshi. 17. An examination of time deformation in the national output of Asian and African economies/Steven Cook and Alan Speight. 18. Does globalization lead to trickle down growth/Siddhartha Mitra. 19. IT applications healthcare and targeting the poor/Kokila P. Doshi. 20. Endogenous sequencing of trade policies in a three country export rivalry model/Ryoichi Nomura Takao Ohkawa Makoto Okamura and Makoto Tawada. 21. The impact of exchange rate volatility on international trade the case of South Africa/Guangling (Dave) Liu. 22. Human development a case study/Rudra Prakash Pradhan. 23. Application of the monetary policy reaction function in the analysis of output fluctuations for Japan/Yu Hsing. 24. Human capital and economic growth in Zimbabwe/Christopher Mupimpila. 25. Income and price elasticities of demand for aggregate imports alternative econometric tests for Bangladesh/Anisul M. Islam. 26. Distribution and growth in an economy with heterogeneous capital and excess capacity/Theodore Mariolis. 27. Short run and long run dynamics between exports Foreign Direct Investment and output in the manufacturing sector the case of Malaysia/Mahendhiran Nair and V.G.R. Chandran. 28. The impact of privatization on Serbian enterprises/Jovana Zelic and Persefoni V. Tsaliki. 29. Volatility models and an application for emerging markets/Oktay Tas Zeynep Iltuzer and Kaya Tokmakcioglu. 30. Do technology shocks matter in Taiwan in the 1990s/Tin Chun Lin. 31. Corruptions and economic performances in several African countries an analysis/Subarna K. Samanta and Thomas P. Breslin. 32. Perception of women in SMEs towards various entrepreneurship related issues a factor Analytical approach/Anil Kumar. 33. Refugee crises causes and policy recommendations/Kevin Sylwester. 34. Organizing working women in informal economy/Siddhartha Sarkar. While the globalization process is a multifarious and multidimensional phenomenon some of its most discernible and prominent aspects are economic in character. The world economy has become more unequal and integrated globally. That inequality. Seller Inventory # 66733

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G.L. Jain

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About this Item: Shree Niwas Publications, 2009. Contents Preface 1 Introduction 2 Experimental economic study 3 Models of economic growth 4 Econometrics of measurement 5 Capital stock and net national products 6 Cash balance and net national balance 7 Diagrammatic representation of facts 8 Subdivided bar diagrams 9 Circular diagrams 10 Three dimensional diagrams 11 Measures of dispersion 12 Mean deviation 13 Standard deviation 14 Permutations 15 Combination 16 Association of attributes 17 Time series analysis 18 Moving average 19 Cyclical variation 20 Irregular variation 21 Theory of games 22 Solution methods for games 23 Game by linear programming approach 24 Integer dynamic and goal programming 25 Assignment problem 26 Applications of dynamic programming 27 Goal programming 28 Analysis of variance 29 Analysis of variance one way classification 30 Analysis of variance two way classification 31 Sampling 32 Curve fitting 33 Simulated sampling Monte Carlo 34 Index number 35 Inventory 36 Probabilistic demand 37 Probabilistic demand with production lead time Appendix The book is a detailed study of each and every important aspect of subject Each aspect is discussed in a systematic and rational manner The important objectives of writing this book is to equip the reader with enough fundamental issues relating to different aspect of the subject Important features of this book are as follows This book contains a wealth of information about different techniques of subject The book covers every aspect of this important subject including the conceptual framework of the subject The method of presentation has ensured that a somewhat dry and difficult subject has been made extremely interesting and easy to understand The theoretical discussion throughout the text has been simplified and polished so that the student gets an insight into logic behind the concepts and procedures Every chapter has been very carefully graded Apart from its extensive coverage and lucid presentation the strength of the book lies in its Indian background Due to above salient features it is an outstanding book for BA BCom BBA MA M Com MBA students research scholars university teachers and college lectures 398 pp. Seller Inventory # 84784

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-07-01 Pages: 301 Publisher: China Renmin University Press Welcome Our service and quality to your satisfaction. please tell your friends around. thank you for your support and look forward to serve you QQ: 11408523441 We sold books are not tax price. For invoices extra to eight percent of the total amount of the tax point. Please note in advance. After payment. within 48 hours of delivery to you. Do not frequent reminders. if not the recipient. please be careful next single. OUR default distribution for Shentong through EMS. For other courier please follow customer instructions. The restaurant does not the post office to hang brush. please understand. Using line payment. must be in time for the payment to contact us. Stock quantity is not allowed. Specific contact customer service. 6. Restaurant on Saturday and Sunday. holidays. only orders not shipped. The specific matters Contact Customer Service. . Basic Information Title: Economics and Management of the Ministry of Education core curriculum textbooks: econometrics (3rd Edition) List Price: 35.00 yuan price: 28.00 yuan 7.00 yuan discount save you: 80% off: Press: China People's University Press Society Publication Date: July 1. 2012 ISBN: 9.787.300.157.467 words: Pages: 301 Edition: 3 Binding: Paperback: Weight: 481 g Editor's Choice Economics and Management of the Ministry of Education core curriculum materials: Econometrics ( 3) the economic management of the Ministry of Education core curriculum materials. Executive summary Economics and Management of the Ministry of Education core curriculum materials: Econometrics (3rd edition) introduces the foundation of econometrics and data processing methods. the classic linear model assumptions. satisfy the classic assumptions lines econometric analysis of the model as well as the dynamic model required. CONTENTS CHAPTER probability On the basis of the first random phenomenon. randomized trials and random events section II. the frequency of random events and the probability of the third quarter. the conditional probability and independence of the events of the fourth quarter random variable and its distribution Section V two-dimensional digital characteristics of random variables in section VI. random variables section VII of the moments of the random variable Chapter II the matrix algebra Section I Section II of the matrix and its operation in section III of the linear equations quadratic forms and orthogonal transformation of data analysis of the first data analysis method and parameters of statistical inference methods section II sampling distribution Section III parameter statistical inference in the fourth quarter analysis of variance Chapter linear regression first section a linear regression analysis Section III t-test (direct test method) Section IV correlation coefficient and its significance test in section V regression analysis section linear regression analysis of variance Chapter 5 Chapter 5 yuan classic of the first section of multiple linear regression Chapter 7 the concept of Section II of the least squares linear regression model estimated in section IV of the nature of the third quarter the estimated amount of maximum likelihood estimation dummy variable regression model Section 1 of Chapter dummy variables section II dummy variables Section I multiple collinearity concept and the reasons for Section II of the consequences of the third quarter of multicollinearity how to find how multicollinearity the fourth quarter of multicollinearity remedy Chapter VIII heteroscedasticity multicollinearity section II of Section I heteroscedasticity concept heteroscedasticity OLS estimate the autocorrelation analysis Section Inspection Section IV heteroscedasticity correction Section V Section 3 heteroscedasticity instance Chapter autocorrelation its nature section OLS estimated autocorrelation in t. Seller Inventory # FT078474

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Gerhard Sorger

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 240 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.8in.Focusing on deterministic models in discrete time, this concise yet rigorous textbook provides a clear and systematic introduction to the theory and application of dynamic economic models. It guides students through the most popular model structures and solution concepts, from the simplest dynamic economic models through to complex problems of optimal policy design in dynamic general equilibrium frameworks. Chapters feature theorems and practical hints, and 75 worked examples highlight the various methods and results that can be applied in dynamic economic models. Notation and formulation is uniform throughout, enabling students to easily discern the similarities and differences between various model classes. Chapters include more than 60 exercises for students to self-test their analytical skills, and password-protected solutions are available for instructors on the companion website. Assuming no prior knowledge of dynamic economic analysis or dynamic optimization, this textbook is ideal for advanced students in economics. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781107443792

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Zbynek Stork

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About this Item: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. Paperback. Condition: New. 124 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 0.3in.Macro-finance modelling is an increasingly popular topic. Various approaches have been developing rapidly, usually using econometric techniques. This book focuses on structural approach to an analysis of average yield curve and its dynamics using macroeconomic factors. An underlying model is based on basic Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) approach. Log-linearized solution of the model is the key for derivation of yield curve and its main determinants pricing kernel, price of risk and affine term structure of interest rates based on no-arbitrage assumption. The book presents a consistent derivation of a structural macro-finance model, with a reasonable computational burden that allows for time varying term premia. A simple VAR model, widely used in macro-finance literature, serves as a benchmark. The two models are briefly compared and analysis shows their ability to fit an average yield curve observed from the data. It also presents a possible importance of this issue for monetary and fiscal institutions. The book should help shed some light on the use of DSGE framework within macro-finance modelling and should be useful for students and researchers in this field. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9783659563881

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