Business Cycle Analysis by Means of Economic Surveys, Part II: Papers Presented at the 20th Ciret Conference Proceedings, Budapest 1991
This is the second volume of conference proceedings from the 20th CIRET conference in Budapest in October 1991 on the following topics: the use of business survey data for forecasting and structural analysis; microeconomic analysis; business survey data in econometric models; presentation of new survey activities; explanatory power of individual and aggregate indicators; investment surveys; stability of leading indicators; measurement of innovation activities by surveys; consumer surveys; impact of inflation on business behaviour.
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