3 edition of Evidence of the unit root hypothesis in quarterly unemploymentrates found in the catalog.
Evidence of the unit root hypothesis in quarterly unemploymentrates
William F. Mitchell
|Statement||William F. Mitchell & Ping X. Wu.|
|Series||Research report or occasional paper / Department of Economics,, no. 208|
|LC Classifications||IN PROCESS|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||97145288|
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Sen, A.,“Joint Hypothesis Tests for a Unit Root When There is a Break in the Innovation Variance,” Journal of Time Series Analysis, 28 (5), Dawson, J. W., and Sen, A.,“New Evidence on the Convergence of International Income From a Group of 29 Countries,” Empirical Economics, 33 (2), quarterly d ata on macro dataset as unemploymentrates.
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Earlier evidence seems to suggest that poverty continued to increase despite a growing economy (see Annex ).
On the basis of the available data (see Box ), the growth-poverty link is addressed below in two stages, to ensure strict comparability o f results.
As a consequence,male rural unemploymentrates are very low, on the order of 2 percent. In contrast, rural female unemployment rates are very high. According to a household survey, in the countryside, 12 percent of women looking for work were unable to find it compared with only 2 percent of men (results of the CASEN survey are reported in.
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