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Some update notes on The Economics Pack

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  • Thomas Cool

    (Consultancy & Econometrics)

The 1995 paper "Economics programs written in Mathematica" has evolved by 2003 into "The Economics Pack" that has users in many countries in the world. The supply and demand situation is satisfactory - with quality supply and a decent level of interest in the community of economists - but distribution remains a bottleneck. The contrast between the wonderful features of Mathematica and the distributional bottleneck is remarkable.

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Date of creation: 21 Mar 2003
Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwppr:0303001
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