Econometric Applications in India
K. L. Krishna
Oxford University Press, 1997 - Business & Economics - 335 pages
This volume, the first of its kind in India, uses econometric applications to analyze issues in various sectors of the economy, including agriculture, Indian industry, the financial sector, and foreign trade. In each area, leading econometricians review the literature and report on new research.
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