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Chaos Theory In Economics

Methods, Models and Evidence
The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics series
Edited by W. Davis Dechert, Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin, US
This important book presents the most important articles by leading scholars in their fields and brings together three basic aspects of research into nonlinear dynamics and economics.
Extent: 624 pp
Hardback Price: £206.00 Online: £185.40
Publication Date: 1996
ISBN: 978 1 85898 216 8
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  • Economics and Finance
  • Econometrics
  • Industrial Economics
This important book presents the most important articles by leading scholars in their fields which bring together three basic aspects of research into nonlinear dynamics and economics.

The first papers deal with the theoretical methods used in analysing chaotic dynamics and the statistical tools to detect the presence of non linearities in economic data. The following articles discuss the models which are currently being used to stimulate nonlinear economic phenomena. The final papers apply these methods to a number of economic time series.

The editor has written a new introduction to accompany the piece.
29 articles, dating from 1987 to 1993
Contributors: V. Bala, W.A. Brock, M. Frank, D.A. Hsieh, H.E. Nusse, T. Stengos
Contents: Acknowledgements Introduction Part I: Methods Part II: Models Part III: Evidence Index