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The effects of rebasing the constant price estimates of the Australian national accounts / R.J. Dippelsman
Bib ID 3040172
Format BookBook
Author
Dippelsman, R. J. (Robert John)
 
Description [Canberra, A.C.T.] : Australian Bureau of Statistics, 1985 
85 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Occasional paper (Australian Bureau of Statistics) ; no. 1985/1.

Subjects National income -- Australia -- Accounting -- Statistical methods.
Other authors/contributors Australian Bureau of Statistics

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