2 edition of Allowing for short and long term components in an aggregate demand model for nondurables found in the catalog.
Allowing for short and long term components in an aggregate demand model for nondurables
by Forskningsinstitutet vid Svenska handelshögskolan in Helsingfors
Written in English
Bibliography: leaves 26-27.
|Series||Meddelanden från Svenska Handelshögskolan ;, 79 =, Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration working papers,, 79, Meddelanden från Svenska handelshögskolan ;, 79.|
|LC Classifications||HD9349.S633 F54 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||82204523|
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