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Further evidence on asymptotic tests for homogeneity and symmetry in large demand systems

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  • Bera, A. K.
  • Byron, R. P.
  • Jarque, C. M.

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  • Bera, A. K. & Byron, R. P. & Jarque, C. M., 1981. "Further evidence on asymptotic tests for homogeneity and symmetry in large demand systems," Economics Letters, Elsevier, vol. 8(2), pages 101-105.
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