CALPAN: A Microcomputer Program for Calculating Accounting Prices Using Input-Output Techniques. User's Manual
AbstractCALPAN is a set of DOS programs for microcomputers, designed to calculate accounting price ratios using input-output techniques. It also serves to calculate domestic resource costs of foreign exchange and other useful preprogrammed operations, as well as to perform arithmetic operations with matrices. A ZIP file contains the manual in PDF format and the ecalpro.exe file with the program. To install the program run the ecalpro.exe file and when asked give the destination folder (e.g. c:/calpan); once installed run calpan.com. The zip file is available as ftp://wueconb.wustl.edu/econ-wp/pe/papers/0408/0408005.zip
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by EconWPA in its series Public Economics with number 0408005.
Length: 150 pages
Date of creation: 20 Aug 2004
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Note: Type of Document - zip; pages: 150. ZIP file contains manual in PDF format and ecalpro.exe file with program. To install program run the ecalpro.exe file and when asked give destination folder (e.g.
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Accounting prices; shadow prices; input-output; matrix operations;
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