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Modelling Business Sector Supply for the Smaller OECD Countries


  • Raymond Torres


  • Peter Jarrett


  • Wim Suyker



This paper presents business sector supply blocks for thirteen smaller OECD economies. The starting point is the approach adopted by the Economics and Statistics Department for the major economies. The structure of the supply blocks is explained and estimation results are presented. Results from several diagnostic simulations using the new blocks are also presented. Finally the way the supply blocks can be used to compare aggregate supply and demand is set out ... Dans cette étude, des blocs d'offre pour le secteur productif de treize "petits" pays de l'OCDE sont présentés. La modélisation de ces blocs d'offre s'inspire de l'approche adoptée par le Département d'économie de l'OCDE pour les sept "grandes" économies de l'OCDE. La structure des blocs d'offre est analysée et les résultats des estimations sont discutés. Les résultats d'un ensemble de tests de simulation sont également présentés. Enfin, dans cette étude ou s'interroge sur la manière d'utiliser le bloc d'offre afin d'évaluer l'écart entre l'offre et la demande ...

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  • Raymond Torres & Peter Jarrett & Wim Suyker, 1989. "Modelling Business Sector Supply for the Smaller OECD Countries," OECD Economics Department Working Papers 71, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:71-en

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