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ISBN:
0080417132
Author:
Tu Xuyan
Category:
Business & Finance
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pergamon Pr; 1st edition (September 1, 1993)
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218 pages
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We show some possibilities of applying the control-theoretic approach to economic policy problems  . The purpose of this book is to systematically present the above-mentioned results and many other relevant ones.

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Papers selected from the "IFAC Symposium on Modelling and Control of National Economies 1992"-P. IFAC symposia series ;, 1993, no. 9.

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Manufacturing, Modelling, Management and Control 2004 (Paperback book, 2005). IFAC Symposia Series. Dynamic Modelling & Control of National Economies 1986. This IFAC symposium considers the modelling, analysis and control of various economic and socio-economic systems. ISBN 9780080347950, 9781483298122. View on ScienceDirect. The volume is divided into three sections covering: economic theory; macroeconomic policymaking - national, sectoral and regional models; mathematical, algorithmical and computational methods of modelling, giving a clear and concise view of the use of computer systems in the world of economics.

Model their national economy is based on the insignificant role of market mechanisms and private enterprise .

With the priorities of socio-economic development defines the types of national economies: sustainable development (adaptive and rational) and unstable (e).

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A command-based economy is one where political agents directly control what . The terms "underground", "under the table" and "off the books" typically refer to this type of economy

A command-based economy is one where political agents directly control what is produced and how it is sold and distributed. A green economy is low-carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive. Economy from then on meant national economy as a topic for the economic activities of the citizens of a state. Sächsische Maschinenfabrik in Chemnitz, Germany, 1868. The terms "underground", "under the table" and "off the books" typically refer to this type of economy. The term black market refers to a specific subset of the informal economy.

Econometric analysis of the economic effects of population change, aspects of optimal estimation control strategies in econometrics, and optimal policies for interdependent economies are also discussed. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd.

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Hardbound. This meeting provided a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on modelling and control of national economies among scientists, economists and engineers from around the world. The proceedings are separated into three parts. Part I, Modelling and Control, is concerned with macro-economic models, growth models, input-output models, state-space models and evaluation models, adaptive control, optimal control, coordinated decentralized control and predictive control policies and evaluation methods. Part II, Games, Forecasting and Optimization, includes papers related to nonconvex games, multiobjective decision-making, macro-economic forecasting models and methods, multilevel and hierarchical optimization. Part III, Intelligent Management Systems, reflects the new progress of artificial intelligence in management and economies, such as IMS-intelligent management systems design, implementation and applications, intelligen