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Concepts and Definitions

  • D. W. Challen
  • A. J. Hagger
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Abstract

As will become clear shortly, this book is concerned with a particular class of macroeconometric system. The concept of a ‘macroeconometric system’ is thus fundamental to the entire discussion and must be dealt with at the outset.

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