English, Article edition: The GDP Development from the Point of View of the Contribution of Individual Factors Richard Hindls; Stanislava Hronová

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  • The GDP Development from the Point of View of the Contribution of Individual Factors
Author
  • Richard Hindls
  • Stanislava Hronová
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  • Relatively short time period embarrasses recognition of mains components of macroeconomic growth, nevertheless six-seven years already undoubtedly provides solid data base for use of tools and technique of economics statistics and national accounts to detailed describe some symptoms of development and break ground for next economic decisions. The goal of the text is to provide some statistical methods to the readers. Especially the analysis of contributions to particular aggregates of production and use of GDP and its growth. The method is applied to Czech republic data from 1991 to 1995. The conclusion depicts next possibilities of deepen analysis of GDP development.
  • RePEc:prg:jnlpol:v:1997:y:1997:i:5:id:299
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