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Cross country evidence on nonlinearity in industrial production between the wars
J. D. Byers
by University College of Wales, Dept. of Economics and Agricultural Economics in Aberystwyth
Written in English
|Statement||by J.D. Byers and D.A. Peel.|
|Series||Aberystwyth economic research papers -- no.92-17|
|Contributions||Peel, D. 1950-|
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Applied Economics Letters. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search Cross country evidence on nonlinearity in industrial production between the wars. Byers & D. Peel. Pages: Published online: 05 Oct Cross country evidence on nonlinearity in industrial production between the wars.
By J. Byers and D. Peel. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Abstract. We use the BDS statistic to test for unmodelled structure in the linearly filtered industrial production figures for Canada, France, Japan and the USA between and Author: J.
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At the same time, during this period, the accumulation of public debt was moderate. "Cross country evidence on nonlinearity in industrial production between the wars," Applied Economics Letters, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 1(5), pages Peel, D.
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