Demand analysis; a study in econometrics, by Herman Wold in association with Lars Juréen.


New York, Wiley [1953] .

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Subjects Demande (économie politique)
Econometrie.
Economía política -- Modelos matemáticos.
Économétrie.
Marktanalyse.
Nachfrage.
Offre et demande.
Supply and demand.
Vraag en aanbod.
Series Wiley publications in statistics.
Description 358 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1953]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 337-346).
Contents Part I: A broad survey of topics and findings -- 1. The ends and means of demand analysis -- 2. Least-squares regression under debate -- 3. The theoretical requisites of demand analysis -- Part II: The paretoan theory of consumer demand -- 4. Individual preference fields -- 5. The specification of demand patterns -- 6. Relations between individual demand elasticities -- 7. Market demand -- 8. Some further applications of preference fields -- Part III: Some topics in the theory of stationary random processes -- 9. The notion of a stationary process -- 10. Fundamental types of stationary processes -- 11. Structural problems in time-series analysis -- Part IV: Theory and methods of regression analysis -- 12. Least-squares regression as a linear approximation -- 13. Sampling aspects of regression analysis -- 14. The analysis of family budget data -- 15. The analysis of market statistics -- Part V: Empirical findings / L Juréen and H Wold -- 16 Income elasticities obtained from family budget data -- 17. Elasticity calculations based on market statistics -- 18. Consumption prediction.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)270417
(OCoLC)ocm00270417
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Wold, Herman O. A., 1908-1992.
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