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02/21/2001 10:13 AM by Rodrigo; Aggregation
Hi, Sara. In Economic theory, the problem of aggregation arises when we want to combine all micro-variables into a single macro-variable. For example, if we have a collection of individual demand functions, is it possible to somehow add
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02/20/2001 09:05 AM by Brandn; Aggregation
The problem of macroeconomics is exacerbated by the need to aggregate. eg how much is 1kg of wheat and 1 litre of coke? In the context of positive vs normative economics, we sometimes come across problems identifying the variables [View full text and thread]

02/19/2001 05:23 PM by sara; Economic theory of aggregation
I would like to know what this theory is and how it is used [Manage messages]