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Dibooglu, Selahattin — Enders, Walter (1995): Multiple Cointegration Vectors and Structural Economic Models: An Application to the French Franc/U.S. Dollar Exchange Rate. Southern Economic Journal , 61(4): 1098

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Studies 1997 10 661 691 Schwartz, R. A. (1974): An Economic Model of Trade Credit. Journal of

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Effects, and (very) Long-run Growth. Economic Modelling, 25(3): 446–462. Miller N.J. Learning, Scale Effects, and (very) Long-run Growth Economic

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185 193 Gale, D. (1973): Pure Exchange Equilibrium of Dynamic Economic Models. Journal of Economic Theory 6 : 12-36. Pure Exchange Equilibrium of

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Tomer, J. F. (1996): Good habits and bad habits: A new age socio-economic model of preference formation. Journal of Socio-Economics , 25(6): 619–638. Tomer J. F. Good habits and

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Zhang, W. B. (1995): Leisure Time, Savings and Trade Patterns — A Two-Country Growth Model. Economic Modelling 12: 425–434. Zhang W B Leisure Time, Savings and Trade Patterns — A Two

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China: 1989–2006. Economic Modelling 27(5): 1090–1096. Xin X. Household Income Mobility in Rural China: 1989–2006 Economic Modelling

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Gale, D. (1960): The Theory of Linear Economic Models. New York: McGraw-Hill. The Theory of Linear Economic Models. Georgescu

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Kim, H. - Moh, Y. K. (2012): Examining the Evidence of Purchasing Power Parity by Recursive Mean Adjustment. Economic Modelling 29: 1850–1857. Moh Y. K. Examining the Evidence of

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Helliwell, J. (2003): How’s Life? Combining Individual and National Variables to Explain Subjective Well-being. Economic Modelling , 20: 331–360. Helliwell J. How’s Life? Combining

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