Leading economists assess the role of applied economics in informing public policy.
- Cambridge University Press
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- Department of Applied Economics Occasional Papers Series
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- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.98(d)
Table of Contents
1. Introduction; 2. Large-scale E-3 modelling of the EU; 3. The quantification of survey data; 4. SAMS and applied GE models; 5. The development of econometric models at the DAE; 6. Takeovers, investment and the persistence of profits; 7. Estimation of the company size-growth relation; 8. Wage-earning during the Industrial Revolution; 9. Company failure and hysteresis; 10. Equilibrium properties of macroeconomic models; 11. Empirical analysis as an underpinning to policy; 12. Using figures to guide macroeconomic policy.
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