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Filed under: Social sciences -- Methodology
Filed under: Social sciences -- Methodology -- CongressesFiled under: Economics -- Methodology
Filed under: Economics, Mathematical- The Analysis of Economic Time Series (Cowles Foundation monograph #6; Bloomington, IN: Principia Press, 1941; with added supplement from 1987), by Harold T. Davis, contrib. by R. W. Farebrother
- Dynamic Economics: Theoretical and Statistical Studies of Demand, Production and Prices (Cowles Foundation monograph #1; Bloomington, IN: Principia Press, 1934), by Charles Frederick Roos (PDF at Yale)
- Economic Fluctuations in the United States, 1921-1941 (Cowles Foundation monograph #11; New York: J. Wiley and Sons; London: Chapman and Hall, 1950; with review by TInbergen), by Lawrence Robert Klein, contrib. by Jan Tinbergen
- Elements of Statistics; With Application to Economic Data (second edition; Bloomington, IN: Principia Press, c1937), by Harold T. Davis and W. F. C. Nelson (PDF at Yale)
- Financial Markets and Economic Activity (Cowles Foundation monograph #21; New York et al.: J. Wiley and Sons, c1967), ed. by Donald D. Hester and James Tobin (PDF files at Yale)
- Mathematical Psychics: An Essay on the Application of Mathematics to the Moral Sciences (London: C. Kegan Paul and Co., 1881), by Francis Ysidro Edgeworth (PDF at McMaster)
- So, You Wish to Learn All About Economics?, by Lyndon H. LaRouche (rotated PDF at wlym.com)
- Statistical Inference in Dynamic Economic Models (Cowles Foundation monograph #10; New York: J. Wiley and Sons; London: Chapman and Hall, 1950), ed. by Tjalling C. Koopmans (PDF at Yale)
- Studies in Econometric Method (Cowles Foundation monograph #14; New York: J. Wiley and Sons; London: Chapman and Hall, 1953), ed. by William C. Hood and Tjalling C. Koopmans (PDF at Yale)
- The Theory of Interest, As Determined by Impatience to Spend Income and Opportunity to Invest It (New York: Macmillan, 1930), by Irving Fisher (HTML at econlib.org)
- The Theory of Political Economy (third edition; London: Macmillan and Co., 1888), by William Stanley Jevons (HTML at econlib.org)
Filed under: Saving and investment -- United States -- Mathematical modelsFiled under: Economic development -- Mathematical models- Global Models, World Futures, and Public Policy: A Critique (1982), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment
Filed under: Economic forecasting -- Mathematical models- Global Models, World Futures, and Public Policy: A Critique (1982), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment
Filed under: Economic forecasting -- United States -- Mathematical models- Global Models, World Futures, and Public Policy: A Critique (1982), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment
Filed under: Unemployment -- Mathematical models
Filed under: Inflation (Finance) -- Mathematical models
Filed under: Bank investments -- Mathematical models
Filed under: Stocks -- Prices -- Mathematical models
Filed under: Land use, Urban -- Mathematical models
Filed under: Urban transportation -- Mathematical models
Filed under: Population forecasting -- Mathematical models
Filed under: Population forecasting -- United States -- Mathematical models- Global Models, World Futures, and Public Policy: A Critique (1982), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment
Filed under: Space in economics -- Mathematical models
Filed under: Industrial location -- Mathematical models
Filed under: Input-output analysis
Filed under: Diversification in industryFiled under: Statistics -- MethodologyFiled under: Gender mainstreaming
Filed under: Educational tests and measurements -- Data processing
Filed under: Grading and marking (Students) -- Data processingFiled under: Educational tests and measurements
Filed under: Educational tests and measurements -- United StatesFiled under: Psychology -- Mathematical modelsFiled under: Sociology -- MethodologyFiled under: Social sciences -- Research -- Methodology
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