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Title Advances in econometrics, income distribution and scientific methodology [electronic resource] : essays in honor of Camilo Dagum / Daniel J. Slottje, ed.

Published Heidelberg ; New York : Physica-Verlag, ñ999.


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Physical description 1 online resource (xi, 388 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents About the contribution of econometrics to the advancement of knowledge : the macroeconomic relevance of microeconomic data / Edmond Malinvaud -- Two aspects of the methodology of modeling deterministic processes and evaluation / Clive W.J. Granger -- An extension of the Gauss-Markov theorem for mixed linear regression models with non-stationary stochastic parameters / Estela Bee Dagum, Pierre A. Cholette -- Computation in macroeconomic model-building : some historical aspects / Ronald G. Bodkin -- Measuring informativeness of data by entropy and variance / Nader Ebrahimi, Esfandiar Maasoumi, Ehsan S. Soofi -- Significance of the nonuniqueness of neoclassical direct utility functions especially when they are empirically confirmed / Robert L. Basmann, Daniel J. Slottje -- Welfare disparity among subgroups of population : the method of analysis with an application / Nripesh Podder, Pundarikaksha Mukhapadhyay -- Measuring welfare changes and the excess burden of taxation / John Creedy -- Decomposing the redistributive effect of taxes : new measures of vertical equity and inequity / John Formby, Hoseong Kim, W. James Smith -- Income transformation and income inequality / Yoram Amiel, Frank A. Cowell -- A note on the Gini measure for discrete distributions / Robert L. Basmann, Daniel J. Slottje -- Distributional preferences and the extended Gini measure of inequality / John Creedy, Stan Hurn -- On some implications of Dagum's interpretation of the decomposition of the Gini index by population subgroups / Joseph Deutsch, Jacques Silber -- The end of science / Mario Bunge -- Statistical inference and inductive prevision / Italo Scardovi -- The scientific training / Maurice Allais -- A family of multidimensional poverty measures / Francois Bourguignon, Satya R. Chakravarty -- Independence and changes in the size distribution of income / Philip Rothman -- Necessary and sufficient conditions for dominance using generalized Lorenz curves / Shlomo Yitzhaki.
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Summary Articles on econometric methodology with special reference to the quantification of poverty and economic inequality are presented in this book. Poverty and inequality measurement present special problems to the econometrician, and most of these papers analyze how to attack those problems. The topics and contributions in the book are a very good representation of Camilo Dagum's astounding diversity of interests and overall eclecticism. Several of the authors are leading pioneers in econometric methodology. Several others are pioneers in economic theory and others are the leading applied economists in income distribution analysis in the world. The topics accurately reflect Camilo Dagum's breadth of understanding across varios economic sub-fields, all complex in nature.
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Notes Description based on print version record.
Other author Dagum, Camilo.
Slottje, Daniel Jonathan, 1957-
Subject Income distribution -- Mathematical models.
Science -- Methodology.
Revenu -- R⥰artition -- Modᥬes math⥭atiques.
Sciences -- M⥴hodologie.
Income distribution -- Mathematical models.
Science -- Methodology.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783642936418 (electronic bk.)
3642936415 (electronic bk.)
3790812269 (hardcover: acid-free paper)
9783790812268 (hardcover: acid-free paper)