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Modelling business sector supply for the smaller OECD countries

Raymond Torres

Modelling business sector supply for the smaller OECD countries

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Published by O.E.C.D. in Paris .
Written in English


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Statementby Raymond Torres, Peter Jarrett, and Wim Suyker.
SeriesWorking paper / OECD Department of Economics and Statistics -- 71
ContributionsJarrett, Peter., Suyker, Wim.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13925394M

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This paper presents business sector supply blocks for thirteen smaller OECD economies. The starting point is the approach adopted by the Economics and Statistics Department for the major economies. The structure of the supply blocks is explained and estimation results are presented.

Results from several diagnostic simulations using the new blocks are also presented. Get this from a library. Modelling business sector supply for the smaller OECD countries. [Raymond Torres; Peter Jarrett; W B C Suyker] -- This paper presents business sector supply blocks for thirteen smaller OECD economies.

The starting point is the approach adopted by the Economics and Statistics Department for the major economies. Modelling the supply blocks for the major seven OECD economies, involves the translation of the broad theoretical framework defined in the previous section into a set of four or five estimated.

countries, the results fo r OECD countries do not carry over automatically because (a) structura l data, such as factor ownership shares, and parameters, such as supply elasticities, may be. "Modelling Business Sector Supply for the Smaller OECD Countries," OECD Economics Department Working Pap OECD Publishing.

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