Aggregate Time Series Gasoline Demand Models. Review of the Literature and New Evidence for West Germany
AbstractIn This Article, We Review and Analyse Recent Studies on Aggregate Time Series Gasoline Demand Models, with an Emphasis on the West German Context. We Relate the Most Important National and International Publications in This Area to Categories Which Help to Present and Analyse Results. We Give Special Attention to Results From Germany, Notably to Foos' (1986) Extensive Work Using Flexible Functional Forms.
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Date of creation: 1986
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