By William A Barnett, Marcelle Chauvet
The publication surveys glossy literature on monetary aggregation and index quantity idea, with precise emphasis at the contributions of the book's coauthors. as well as an advent and a scientific survey bankruptcy unifying the remainder of the booklet, this ebook includes reprints of six released articles critical to the survey bankruptcy. monetary Aggregation and Index quantity thought presents a reference paintings for monetary information researchers and clients of crucial financial institution info, putting emphasis on attainable advancements in such facts from use of the microeconomic index quantity and aggregation idea.
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