Professor Green discusses the definition of consistent aggregation and the problem of grouping variables in a single equation; he deals with the aggregation of equations and the probable errors; and summarizes, with reference to the text, the considerations involved in selecting an appropriate form of aggregation. The author's survey presents a well-balanced overview and analysis of aggregation, and makes readily accessible for the first time much material otherwise difficult to obtain.
Originally published in 1964.
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