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Impulse Response Identification and Causality Detection for the Lydia-Pinkham Data

P. E. Caines, S. P. Sethi, T. W. Brotherton

Chapter in NBER book Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, Volume 6, number 2 (1977), Sanford V. Berg, editor (p. 147 - 163)
Published in April 1977 by NBER

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