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Can rejections of weak separability be attributed to random measurement errors in the data?

Thomas Elger () and Barry Jones ()

Economics Letters, 2008, vol. 99, issue 1, 44-47

Abstract: Standard non-parametric weak separability tests do not account for measurement errors in the data. We propose a method to determine if rejections of weak separability obtained using such tests can be attributed to random measurement errors in the quantity data.

Date: 2008
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