Exploring Equilibrium Relationships in Econometrics through Static Models: Some Monte-Carlo Evidence

@article{Banerjee2009ExploringER,
  title={Exploring Equilibrium Relationships in Econometrics through Static Models: Some Monte-Carlo Evidence},
  author={A. Banerjee and J. Dolado and D. Hendry and Gregor W. Smith},
  journal={Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics},
  year={2009},
  volume={48},
  pages={253-277}
}
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