(partial) A stochastic economic growth model taking into account special need, M Alter & J Samuel. Are economic systems controllable?, L Csapo. Analysis of the investment process on the basis of a model of the gross national product, A Lasciak. Forecasting productivity trends, I Luski & J Weinblatt. On the economic theory of recycling with regard to oligopolistic market structures, M Schafer. Modelling consumer goods markets under disequilibrium and inflation,A Welfe. Inventory behaviour and economic instability, M Wilkinson. On the control of large processes by distributed automation equipment, J Alder. Optimal conditions of financing and pricing for a public firm, F Careme. Uncertain inflation and optimal social security indexation, Sheng Cheng Hu. Dynamics of time-of-use pricing, Y. Kaya & H. Asano. Application of canonic ARMA models in the identification of multivariable dynamic systems, J Bokor & M Ziermann. The theory of optimal announcements, C Carraro. Values of voting games, R Gardener. Microcomputer forecasting and stabilization of multiple time series in the state space, K P Vishwakarama.
This IFAC symposium considers the modelling, analysis and control of various economic and socio-economic systems. The volume is divided into three sections covering: economic theory; macroeconomic policymaking - national, sectoral and regional models; mathematical, algorithmical and computational methods of modelling, giving a clear and concise view of the use of computer systems in the world of economics.
For computer analysts, program engineers and economists, especially those working in forecasting.
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- © Pergamon 1987
- 29th October 1987
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