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Mikroökonometrische Untersuchung von Aggregationsproblemen: Eine partielle Übersicht

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Dieser Aufsatz beschreibt neuere Entwicklungen in der Aggregationstheorie sowie ausgewählte empirische Arbeiten. Diese stellen exemplarisch dar, wie die Mikroökonometrie eingesetzt werden kann, um Aggregationsprobleme zu untersuchen und approximative Lösungen zu finden. Der Schwerpunkt liegt auf Anwendungen in der Narhfrageanalyse. Die Annahme eines repräsentativen Konsumenten wird kritisch diskutiert. Jedoch haben viele der dargestellten Ergebnisse einen breiteren Anwendungsbereich.

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  • Laisney, François, 1991. "Mikroökonometrische Untersuchung von Aggregationsproblemen: Eine partielle Übersicht," ZEW Discussion Papers 91-03, ZEW - Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung / Center for European Economic Research.
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