|<-- See earlier|
||'The international harmonisation of national income accounts' in 'Accounting and Business Research' vol. 12, pp. 67-79
||'Tribute to Luigi Solari' in J. H. P. Paelinck (ed.) 'Qualitative and Quantitative Mathematical Economics' (Nijhoff: The Hague, 1982)
||'Working with what we have: how can existing data be used in the construction and analysis of socio-demographic matrices?' in 'Review of Income and Wealth' series 28, no. 3, pp. 291-303
||'Statistics' in 'Enciclopedia del Novecento' vol. VII (Instituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, 1984)
||'Where are we now? A short account of the development of input-output studies and their present trends' in UNIDO (ed.) 'Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Input-Output Techniques' (United Nations: New York, 1984)
||'Model design and simulation' in 'Economic Modelling' vol. 1, pp. 277-80
||'Balancing the national accounts: the adjustment of initial estimates - a neglected stage in measurement' in A. Ingham and A. M. Ulph (eds.) 'Demand, Equilibrium and Trade' (Macmillan: London, 1984)
||'Random shocks in a simple growth model' in 'Economic Modelling' vol. 1, pp. 277-80
||'Life profiles and transition matrices in organizing sociodemographic data' in 'Economic Structure and Performance' (Academic Press: San Diego, 1984)
||'Accounting matrices in economics and demography' in F. van der Ploeg (ed.) 'Mathematical Models in Economics' (Wiley: New York, 1984)
||'The disaggregation of the household sector in the national accounts' in G. Pyatt and J. I. Round (eds.) 'Social Accounting Matrices: a Basis for Planning' (The World Bank: Washington, 1985)
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The Papers of John Richard Nicholas Stone
||'Changes in productivity' in 'Structural Change and Economic Dynamics' 9 (2) 1998, pp. 229-35
|Extent and Medium
||2 items in envelope; paper
|Content and context|
The file contains an autograph manuscript and cyclostyled typescript, 1960, originally written as a Growth Project paper, and an off-print.
Not included in the bibliography.
|No further on-line information.|
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