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The Explanatory Power of Business Cycle Surveys (Chapters: 31) ; Proceedings

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Analytics: Show analyticsPublication details: Aldershot, Brookfield, Hong Kong, Singapore : Avebury 1994Edition: 1. EdDescription: xii, 726 ppISBN:
  • 1-85628-575-8
Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Plenary Session: The Economic Problems of South Africa in Perspective; Explanatory Power of Indicators; Forecasts Based on Survey Data (Part I); Innovation Surveys; Forecasts Based on Survey Data (Part II); Investment Surveys; Consumer Survey; Tendency Surveys and Econometric Models (Part I); Business Cycle Surveys about Economies in Transition (Part I); Indicators of Competitiveness and Inflation; Regional Tests / National Acounts; Tendency Surveys and Econometric Models (Part II); Business Cycle Surveys about Economies in Transition (Part II); Plenary Session: Measurement without Theory;
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from the Table of Contents: Plenary Session: The Economic Problems of South Africa in Perspective; Explanatory Power of Indicators; Forecasts Based on Survey Data (Part I); Innovation Surveys; Forecasts Based on Survey Data (Part II); Investment Surveys; Consumer Survey; Tendency Surveys and Econometric Models (Part I); Business Cycle Surveys about Economies in Transition (Part I); Indicators of Competitiveness and Inflation; Regional Tests / National Acounts; Tendency Surveys and Econometric Models (Part II); Business Cycle Surveys about Economies in Transition (Part II); Plenary Session: Measurement without Theory;

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