The Elements of Input-Output Analysis
by William H. Miernyk
Publisher: Random House Inc 1965
Number of pages: 257
This volume is designed to give the reader an understanding of how the input-output system works; it is not a guide to the construction of an interindustry transactions table. Most of this book deals with a static, open input-output model.
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by Melvyn Fuss, Daniel L. McFadden - North-Holland
Chapters: Cost, Revenue, and Profit Functions; Symmetric Duality and Polar Production Functions; Applications of Profit Functions; General Linear Profit Function; Duality, Intermediate Inputs and Value-Added; Hick's Aggregation Theorem; etc.
by William C. Hood, Tjalling C. Koopmans - J. Wiley and Sons
Econometrics is a branch of economics in which economic theory and statistical methods are fused in the analysis of numerical data. The studies in this volume discuss in an expository style some problems of statistical method in econometrics.
by Wolfgang Härdle - Cambridge University Press
Nonparametric regression analysis has become central to economic theory. Hardle, by writing the first comprehensive and accessible book on the subject, contributed enormously to making nonparametric regression equally central to econometric practice.
by Eliecer E. Vargas, et al. - Regional Research Institute, WVU
CGE framework encompasses both the I-O and SAM frameworks by making demand and supply of commodities and factors dependent on prices. A CGE model simulates the working of a market economy in which prices and quantities adjust to clear all markets.