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Estimating real production and expenditures across nations
|Statement||Robert C. Feenstra ... [et al.].|
|Series||NBER working paper series ;, working paper 10866, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 10866.|
|Contributions||Feenstra, Robert C., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005615086|
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Estimating real production and expenditures across nations: a proposal for improving the Penn World Tables. [Robert C Feenstra;] -- From its inception, the Penn World Tables (PWT), building on the International Comparisons Program (ICP) of the United Nations, has sought to compare the standard of living of individuals in.
Estimating Real Production and Expenditures Across Nations: A Proposal for Improving the Penn World Tables Robert C. Feenstra, Alan Heston, Marcel P. Timmer, and Haiyan Deng. Published: Robert C Feenstra & Alan Heston & Marcel P Timmer & Haiyan Deng, "Estimating Real Production and Expenditures across Nations: A Proposal for Improving the Penn World Tables," The Review of Economics and Statistics, MIT Press, vol.
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91(1), pagesFebruary. Feenstra, Robert C. and Heston, Alan W. and Timmer, Marcel P. and Deng, Haiyan, Estimating Real Production and Expenditures Across Nations: A Proposal for Improving the Penn World Tables (November ).Cited by: Estimating Real Production and Expenditures Across Nations: A Proposal for Improving the Penn World Tables Robert C.
Feenstra University of California, Davis, and NBER Alan Heston University of Pennsylvania Marcel P. Timmer University of Groningen Haiyan Deng Conference Board, New York Revised, July Abstract.
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91(1), pagesFebruary. Feenstra, Robert C. & Heston, Alan & Timmer, Marcel P. & Deng, Haiyan, Feenstra RC, Heston A, Timmer MP, Deng H () Estimating real production and expenditures across nations: a proposal for improving the Penn world tables. Rev Econ Stat 91(1): – Article; Google ScholarAuthor: Wilhelm Kohler.
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Start studying Fiscal Policy Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. A written document estimating the federal government's revenue and authorizing its spending for the coming year.
A situation in which budget expenditures exceed revenues. National debt. Not really an estimating technique but rather a method strictly used for estimating direct labor in man-hours. The direct man-hours of Page & Nations were determined by gathering hundreds of time and method studies coupled with actual cost of various operations, both in the shop and field on many piping jobs located on projects in the US.
Real GDP measures the final output of all goods and services produced in the United States in the prior quarter. It only counts final production. The BEA does not count the parts manufactured to make the car, such as tires, steering wheel, or engine. The GDP components report divides production into categories, so you can tell what industry.Estimating the current expenditures of SDG 14 This has been a difficult task since there is no official national or international reporting on SDG 14 related expenditure.
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Johansen, Rolf A. Vestvik.But even though the production function is derived from technical, not behavioral relationships, one needs a behavioral theory to understand the results of empirically estimating a production function for two reasons.
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