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Dynamic Modelling & Control of National Economies 1986 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080347950, 9781483298122

Dynamic Modelling & Control of National Economies 1986

1st Edition

Proceedings of the 5th IFAC/IFORS Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 17-20 June 1986

Editors: B. Martos M. Ziermann L.F. Pau
eBook ISBN: 9781483298122
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 29th October 1987
Page Count: 504
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Table of Contents

(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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About the Editors

B. Martos

Affiliations and Expertise

Institute of Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

M. Ziermann

Affiliations and Expertise

Institute of Economic Planning of the National Planning Office, Budapest, Hungary

L.F. Pau