Aggregation in Economic Analysis

Aggregation in Economic Analysis

by H.A. John Green

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Overview

Professor Green discusses the definition of consistent aggregation and the problem of grouping variables in a single equation; he deals with the aggregation of equations and the probable errors; and summarizes, with reference to the text, the considerations involved in selecting an appropriate form of aggregation. The author's survey presents a well-balanced overview and analysis of aggregation, and makes readily accessible for the first time much material otherwise difficult to obtain.

Originally published in 1964.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780691624914
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Publication date: 12/08/2015
Series: Princeton Legacy Library , #2100
Pages: 140
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

  • Frontmatter, pg. i
  • Preface, pg. vii
  • Contents, pg. ix
  • CHAPTER 1. The problem of aggregation, pg. 3
  • CHAPTER 2. The concept of functional separability, pg. 9
  • CHAPTER 3. Two-stage maximization, pg. 17
  • CHAPTER 4. Homogeneous functional separability, pg. 25
  • CHAPTER 5. Degrees of freedom at a maximum: the importance of linearity, pg. 35
  • CHAPTER 6. Degrees of freedom restricted: optimal conditions of exchange and production, pg. 45
  • CHAPTER 7. Aggregation when optimal conditions of production or exchange are satisfied: discussion, pg. 53
  • CHAPTER 8. Other restrictions on the number of degrees of freedom, pg. 61
  • CHAPTER 9. Intermediate products and aggregation problems of input-output analysis, pg. 69
  • CHAPTER 10. "Capital" in models of economic growth, pg. 81
  • CHAPTER 11. Technical progress and capital measurement, pg. 91
  • CHAPTER 12. Aggregation and estimation, pg. 99
  • CHAPTER 13. The aggregate production function and the measurement of economic growth, pg. 107
  • CHAPTER 14. Summary: factors in the selection of an aggregation procedure, pg. 119
  • List of References, pg. 121
  • Index, pg. 127



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