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Dynamic factor demands in a changing economy

Kieran McQuinn

Dynamic factor demands in a changing economy

an Irish application

by Kieran McQuinn

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Published by Central Bank of Ireland, Economic Analysis and Research Dept in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Kieran McQuinn.
SeriesResearch Technical Paper -- 3/RT/03
ContributionsCentral Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland., Central Bank of Ireland. Research Department.
The Physical Object
Pagination21p. ;
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18947328M

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Dynamic Factor Demands in a Changing Economy: An Irish Application KIERAN MCQUINN* Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland Abstract: In this paper a model of dynamic factor demands is presented for the Irish economy. Total costs, labour and capital are modelled on a two-stage basis.

First, a static, long-run cost. consistent set of factor demands equations for the UK economy. We show that by correctly modelling the dynamics we are able to impose all of the restrictions implied by economy theory while maintaining the empirical validity of the model.

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