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Depreciation Rates and Capital Stocks

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  • Karim Abadir
  • Gabriel Talmain

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Suppose we have observations ranging over t = 0; 1;... T on real net investment, {In;t} , and on real gross investment, {Ig;t}. We derive a method of calculating the depreciation rate for each of the periods {delta t} , and estimating `the' implied net capital stock {Kt}. We then provide empirical examples of the procedure, and analyse the results.

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  • Karim Abadir & Gabriel Talmain, "undated". "Depreciation Rates and Capital Stocks," Discussion Papers 98/3, Department of Economics, University of York.
  • Handle: RePEc:yor:yorken:98/3
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