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Estimating elasticities of residential energy demand from panel county data using dynamic random variables models with heteroskedastic and correlated error terms

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  • Garcia-Cerrutti, L. Miguel, 2000. "Estimating elasticities of residential energy demand from panel county data using dynamic random variables models with heteroskedastic and correlated error terms," Resource and Energy Economics, Elsevier, vol. 22(4), pages 355-366, October.
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