Incorporating inventories into supply and demand analysis
AbstractWhile the paper lacks a formal abstract, it draws the important distinction between stocks and flows in supply and demand to better understand the business cycle.
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Date of creation: 1992
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Inventories; supply and demand; business cycles; stocks versus flows;
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