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Author
Jajuga Krzysztof (Akademia Ekonomiczna we Wrocławiu)
Title
Ekonometria i finanse - kilka związków historycznych
Econometry and Finances - Several Historical Connections
Source
Przegląd Statystyczny, 1997, vol. 44, z. 3, s. 381-387, bibliogr. 26 poz.
Statistical Review
Keyword
Ekonometria, Finanse, Rozwój nauki
Econometrics, Finance, Development of science
Abstract
Autor stawia tezę, że "powstanie nowoczesnych finansów (modern finance theory) stało się możliwe dzięki udziałowi ekonometryków" i przedstawia "kilka faktów historycznych świadczących na rzecz powyższej tezy".
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ISSN
0033-2372
Language
pol
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