The Collected Essays of Richard E. Quandt, Volume 1
The articles are of a high standard throughout and give a good overview of his work. John Bates, The Economic Journal Professor Richard Quandt has made a unique contribution to the development of economics in the 20th century. The range and significance of his work has long required a collection of his essays which will allow his contribution to be assessed as a whole. Despite an early interest in microeconomic theory, Richard Quandt has devoted most of his career to econometrics and, in particular, to modal split estimation. More recently his work has focused on the econometrics of disequilibrium models with reference to both free market and planned economies. As well as presenting his many significant articles on microtheory, general econometrics, disequilibrium modelling, financial economics and the economics of planned economies, this collection will have a particular value for all scholars interested in the emergence of the new economies in Eastern Europe, a subject to which Professor Quandt has applied himself in recent years. This fascinating book includes an introduction by Professor Quandt describing his early life in Budapest and the circumstances which led him to study economics in America.
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Richard E Quandt 1967 On the Stability of Price Adjusting
Richard E Quandt and James B Ramsey 1978 Estimating
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