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Evaluation of macroeconomic models towards a more general framework by Hashem Pesaran

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Published by Birkbeck College, Dept.of Economics in London .
Written in English


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StatementM.H. Pesaran and R.P. Smith.
SeriesDiscussion papers in economics, Discussion papers / Birkbeck College -- no.149
ContributionsSmith, R. P.
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Open LibraryOL14627903M

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