An application of an econometric model to describe the behavior of buyers and sellers

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Econometric methods are expected to be especially useful in cases where the sales figures are subject to much uncertainty. The hypothesis that econometric sales estimates are useful in estimating current sales levels was previously tested (Armstrong ).

The structural econometric model of consumer behavior proposed in this study is an extension of Hanemanns’ () work on discrete/continuous choice modeling. This model of choice assumes a random utility.

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File Size: 77KB. Jun 74 by Eldred C. Nelson, Andrew Mercer, Anupam Shah (TRW Systems Group and Rome Air Development Center, Griffiss AFB), (27) An Application of an Econometric Model to Describe the Behavior of Buyers and Sellers.

Jun Author: Julio Bucatinsky. A dynamic model with many sellers and many buyers is constructed, in which buyers who fail to purchase in the current period may attempt to purchase in the future, and sellers who fail to sell may sell in the future.

An equilibrium is found where sellers hold identical auctions and buyers randomize over the. the world. The principal example in the first two parts of the book is a macroeconomic model of the USA.

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