EXPECTATIONS AND INTERTEMPORAL SEPARABILITY IN AN EMPIRICAL MODEL OF CONSUMPTION AND INVESTMENT UNDER UNCERTAINTY
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Keywords: economic models; investments; uncertainty; maximum likelihood; expectations (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: Expectations and Intertemporal Separability in an Empirical Model of Consumption and Investment under Uncertainty (1992)
Working Paper: Expectations and intertemporal separability in an empirical model of consumption and investment under uncertainty (1990)
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