Selected Papers

  title={Selected Papers},
  author={Junsaku Nitta},
  journal={Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics},
  pages={187 - 199}
  • J. Nitta
  • Published 1 July 1984
  • Economics
  • Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics
This study develops statistical procedures for computing the parameters of a complete demand system. A constrained maximum likelihood method has been applied, and parametric restrictions derived from classical demand theory are introduced by a substitution approach. The procedures are then applied to U.S. data for estimating a composite food demand system covering 12 food categories and one nonfood sector. 



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