1 edition of Quarterisation of annual GDP of Pakistan found in the catalog.
Quarterisation of annual GDP of Pakistan
A. R. Kemal
Includes bibliographical references (p. 42).
|Statement||A. R.Kemal and Muhammad Farooq Arby|
|Series||Statistical papers series -- no 5.|
|Contributions||Arby, Muhammad Farooq, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2010/40491 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||2005305059|
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Arby () quarterised the production side of annual GDP, and its subsectors, for tobased on constant prices ofas well as on current prices. Arby () quarterised the production side of annual GDP, and its subsectors, for to based on constant prices of as well as on current prices.
This study provides quarterly estimates of (sectoral and overall) gross domestic production in Pakistan during to based on constant prices of as well as on current prices.
Downloadable. Arby () quarterised the production side of annual GDP, and its subsectors, for to based on constant prices of as well as on current prices. This study provides quarterly estimates of (sectoral and overall) gross domestic production in Pakistan during to based on constant prices of as well as on current by: 5.
This dissertation takes on some important issues related with national accounts of Pakistan including (a) re-estimation of past series of national accounts (prior to the year ) to make it consistent with the new official series for years onward at new base year prices; (b) quarterisation of annual series of national accounts to remove one of the major stumbling block in research.
Quarterly GDP data for India Hello everybody, i need quarterly GDP data for India between and I didn't find it in the IFS database, only annual data exists. A study presented by Abdullah Tahir (SBP) on robust quarterisation of GDP and determination of business cycles for IGC partner countries revealed that gathering and utilizing quarterly GDP data, as compared to annual data, is more accurate, timely, and comprehensive and provides real time data on business cycles.
This can be leveraged as a. Kemal, A. and M. Arby () Quarterisation of Annual GDP of Pakistan. Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, Islamabad. (Statistical Paper Series No.
The data on nominal and real GDP are taken from Hanif et al () and Arby () for time period For the computation of data for the time periodwe calculated quarterly shares of annual GDP from previous data and observed their variations.
National Accounts of Pakistan Arby Dissertation at PIDE - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.
It is PhD dissertation on "Some Issues in the National Income Accounts of Pakistan (Rebasing, quarterly and provincial accounts and growth accounting). It contains a consistent series of GDP and its sub sector for Pakistan and its four provinces for 5/5(1).
The quarterly data on GDP, investment, and household expenditure from to are taken from the Kemal and Arby and Hanif et al. [85,86] and the data for the years up to are extrapolated by using the past three-year averages of the quarterly proportions in annual GDP.
Finally, quarterly data are temporally split into monthly values by Cited by: 3. Forman Journal of Economic Studies Vol. 8, (January–December) pp. Performance of Alternative Price Forecast for Pakistan Yaser Javed and Eatzaz Ahmad1 Abstract To evaluate the price forecasts, we use two data frequencies i.e., annual and quarter with two most demanding techniques, i.e., ARIMA and VAR models to.
Last updated December, 3 documents processed, references and citationsCited by: Hye and Siddiqui(1) - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. The data for quarterly GDP and Gross Fixed capital formation (GFC) is taken from Quarterisation of Annual GDP of Pakistan-Statistical Paper Series No: 5 computed by A.R Kemal and Muhammad Farooq Arby and Estimating Quarterly Gross Fixed Capital Formation of SBP Working Paper Series, No.
17, June, estimated by Muhammad Farooq Arby and Irem. Recently a study was undertaken by Kemal and Arby () on quarterisation of annual GDP of Pakistan, which presents the quarterly estimates of GDP and its subsectors using the maximum available information on the seasonal pattern of economic activities and keeping the technique as close to annual accounts as possible.
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