Hume, Michael Christopher McLaren
The inter-relationship of economic variables, such as incomes,
employment and the ruling rate of interest, is a popularly
accepted fact. "Econometric relations" arise when these
inter-relationships are quantified, and expressed in mathematical
form. An example is the simple set of simultaneous equations
arising from the elementary economic analysis of savings,
investment, consumption and national income.
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