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Comparatieve internationale studies als hulpmiddel bij de ontwikkelingsplanning*

Jan Tinbergen

Statistica Neerlandica, 1961, vol. 15, issue 4, 461-465

Abstract: When making long term forecasts one can often use cross section analyses giving additional information. In comparative international studies this analytical method can be applied. Countries are to be compared and economic as well as non‐economic differences are to be taken into account. It is necessary to give quantitative expression to qualitative aspects of the individual countries. Some statistical problems arising and some possible solutions are discussed on the basis of examples.

Date: 1961
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