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Cover: Solutions Manual for <i>Recursive Methods in Economic Dynamics</i>Solutions Manual for Recursive Methods in Economic DynamicsIrigoyen, Claudio
Rossi-Hansberg, Esteban
Wright, Mark L. J.
PAPERBACK01/30/2003$38.00
Cover: Introduction to Statistics and EconometricsIntroduction to Statistics and EconometricsAmemiya, TakeshiHARDCOVER04/28/1994$99.50
Cover: The History of Statistics: The Measurement of Uncertainty before 1900The History of Statistics: The Measurement of Uncertainty before 1900Stigler, Stephen M.PAPERBACK03/01/1990$42.00
Cover: Advanced EconometricsAdvanced EconometricsAmemiya, TakeshiHARDCOVER11/07/1985$108.50
Cover: Growth and Structural TransformationGrowth and Structural TransformationKim, Kwang Suk
Roemer, Michael
HARDCOVER06/20/1979$31.50
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