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Economic models, estimation and risk programming : essays in honor of Gerhard Tintner, edited by K. A. Fox, J. K. Sengupta, and G. V. L. Narasimham
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 viii, 461 pages
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 1. The invisible revolution in economics, by K. A. Fox.  2. The econometric work of Gerhard Tintner, by J. K. Sengupta.  3. The demand for capital services, by D. W. Jorgenson.  4. The competitive equilibrium, by J. P. Quirk.  5. Stability of absolute prices in a Walrasian system, by T. Haavelmo.  6. Revealed preference, by P. V. Moeseke.  7. Objectives, constraints and outcomes in optimal growth models, by T. C. Koopmans.  8. The theory of the optimum regime, by J. Tinbergen.  9. Application of linear and nonlinear programming models in specifying land use, spatial equilibrium and prices for agriculture, by E. O. Heady and H. Hall.  10. Estimating the effects of institutional and technological changes upon agricultural development, by K. A. Fox and T. Wand.  11. Thirtythree supply curves of threemonth loans, by H. Theil and C. J. Steilberg.  12. Regression and projection, by S. N. Afriat.  13. The use of prior information in regression analysis, by R. L. Anderson.  14. E. P. Mackeprang's question concerning the choice of regression, by H. O. World.  15. On the possibility of the general lineal economic model, by D. W. Katzner and L. R. Klein.  16. On the aggregation problem, by A. Zellner.  17. Some properties of estimators occuring in the theory of linear stochastic processes, by G. V. L. Narasimhan.  18. Distribution problems in stochastic and chanceconstrained programming, by J. K. Sengupta.  19. Deterministic equivalents for optimizing and satisficing under chanceconstrained programming, by A. Charnes and W. W. Cooper.  Selected bibliography of Gerhard Tintner (p. 456461)
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 Economic models, estimation and risk programming : essays in honor of Gerhard Tintner
 Title
 Economic models, estimation and risk programming
 Title remainder
 essays in honor of Gerhard Tintner
 Statement of responsibility
 edited by K. A. Fox, J. K. Sengupta, and G. V. L. Narasimham
 Language
 eng
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 DLC
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 330/.01/84
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 portraits
 Index
 no index present
 LC call number

 HB74.M3
 HD30
 LC item number

 E26 1969
 .L43 no.15 1969
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 non fiction
 Nature of contents
 bibliography
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 19071983
 19172008
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 Tintner, Gerhard
 Fox, Karl A.
 Sengupta, Jatikumar
 Narasimhan, G. V. L
 Series statement
 Lecture notes in operations research and mathematical economics
 Series volume
 15
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 Tintner, Gerhard
 Economics
 Econometrics
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 Economic models, estimation and risk programming : essays in honor of Gerhard Tintner, edited by K. A. Fox, J. K. Sengupta, and G. V. L. Narasimham
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 Includes bibliographical references
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 1. The invisible revolution in economics, by K. A. Fox.  2. The econometric work of Gerhard Tintner, by J. K. Sengupta.  3. The demand for capital services, by D. W. Jorgenson.  4. The competitive equilibrium, by J. P. Quirk.  5. Stability of absolute prices in a Walrasian system, by T. Haavelmo.  6. Revealed preference, by P. V. Moeseke.  7. Objectives, constraints and outcomes in optimal growth models, by T. C. Koopmans.  8. The theory of the optimum regime, by J. Tinbergen.  9. Application of linear and nonlinear programming models in specifying land use, spatial equilibrium and prices for agriculture, by E. O. Heady and H. Hall.  10. Estimating the effects of institutional and technological changes upon agricultural development, by K. A. Fox and T. Wand.  11. Thirtythree supply curves of threemonth loans, by H. Theil and C. J. Steilberg.  12. Regression and projection, by S. N. Afriat.  13. The use of prior information in regression analysis, by R. L. Anderson.  14. E. P. Mackeprang's question concerning the choice of regression, by H. O. World.  15. On the possibility of the general lineal economic model, by D. W. Katzner and L. R. Klein.  16. On the aggregation problem, by A. Zellner.  17. Some properties of estimators occuring in the theory of linear stochastic processes, by G. V. L. Narasimhan.  18. Distribution problems in stochastic and chanceconstrained programming, by J. K. Sengupta.  19. Deterministic equivalents for optimizing and satisficing under chanceconstrained programming, by A. Charnes and W. W. Cooper.  Selected bibliography of Gerhard Tintner (p. 456461)
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 65027
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 26 cm
 Extent
 viii, 461 pages
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 72098260
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 unmediated
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 rdamedia
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 illustrations, portrait
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 (WaOLN)528815
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 Economic models, estimation and risk programming : essays in honor of Gerhard Tintner, edited by K. A. Fox, J. K. Sengupta, and G. V. L. Narasimham
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references
 Carrier category
 volume
 Carrier category code

 nc
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
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 txt
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 rdacontent
 Contents
 1. The invisible revolution in economics, by K. A. Fox.  2. The econometric work of Gerhard Tintner, by J. K. Sengupta.  3. The demand for capital services, by D. W. Jorgenson.  4. The competitive equilibrium, by J. P. Quirk.  5. Stability of absolute prices in a Walrasian system, by T. Haavelmo.  6. Revealed preference, by P. V. Moeseke.  7. Objectives, constraints and outcomes in optimal growth models, by T. C. Koopmans.  8. The theory of the optimum regime, by J. Tinbergen.  9. Application of linear and nonlinear programming models in specifying land use, spatial equilibrium and prices for agriculture, by E. O. Heady and H. Hall.  10. Estimating the effects of institutional and technological changes upon agricultural development, by K. A. Fox and T. Wand.  11. Thirtythree supply curves of threemonth loans, by H. Theil and C. J. Steilberg.  12. Regression and projection, by S. N. Afriat.  13. The use of prior information in regression analysis, by R. L. Anderson.  14. E. P. Mackeprang's question concerning the choice of regression, by H. O. World.  15. On the possibility of the general lineal economic model, by D. W. Katzner and L. R. Klein.  16. On the aggregation problem, by A. Zellner.  17. Some properties of estimators occuring in the theory of linear stochastic processes, by G. V. L. Narasimhan.  18. Distribution problems in stochastic and chanceconstrained programming, by J. K. Sengupta.  19. Deterministic equivalents for optimizing and satisficing under chanceconstrained programming, by A. Charnes and W. W. Cooper.  Selected bibliography of Gerhard Tintner (p. 456461)
 Control code
 65027
 Dimensions
 26 cm
 Extent
 viii, 461 pages
 Lccn
 72098260
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 n
 Other physical details
 illustrations, portrait
 System control number
 (WaOLN)528815
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