a study in econometrics: the demand for electricity in the united states

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Series: contributions to economic analysis ; xxvii | strotz, r. (ed.) | tinbergen, j. (ed.) | verdoorn, p.j. (ed.) | et alPublication details: amsterdam : north-holland publishing company 1962Edition: 1. edDescription: 190 pp., 26 tables, 3 figures
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from the table of contents: introduction and summary: general introduction; household's short-run behavior; long-run household demand; industry - constant technology; industry - technological change; concluding observations; electricity demand by households. the short run: the model; the estimating procedures; the data and the results; further results. the thirties; estimation of consumers' stocks by states of selected major appliances, 1944-57; electricity demand by households. the long run: the model. alternative specifications; the data and the estimating procedures; the results; the rate of electrification; household electricity demand. conclusions; electricity demand by industry: the constant technology model. aggregation problems; estimating procedures and data; the results; technological change; appendices: aggregation of individual demand functions; consumers' stocks by states of selected major appliances, 1944-57;
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Loanable Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) Book 1148-A Available IHS100237903

from the table of contents: introduction and summary: general introduction; household's short-run behavior; long-run household demand; industry - constant technology; industry - technological change; concluding observations; electricity demand by households. the short run: the model; the estimating procedures; the data and the results; further results. the thirties; estimation of consumers' stocks by states of selected major appliances, 1944-57; electricity demand by households. the long run: the model. alternative specifications; the data and the estimating procedures; the results; the rate of electrification; household electricity demand. conclusions; electricity demand by industry: the constant technology model. aggregation problems; estimating procedures and data; the results; technological change; appendices: aggregation of individual demand functions; consumers' stocks by states of selected major appliances, 1944-57;

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