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0000 0001 0881 8219
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Stone, J. Richard N.
Stone, John Richard Nicholas
Stone, Richard
Stone, Richard Gabriel
Stone, Richard (Sir)
ストーン, R
Dates: 
1913-1991
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Davies, R. W.
Gilbert, Milton
Leontief, Wassily W. (1906-1999))
Milo, Władysław
Mulhearn, Chris
Raffaele Mattioli Foundation
Richard, Stone
Stone, Giovanna
Stone, Giovanna Saffi
STONE, RICHARD
Stone, Richard ([Sir])
University of Cambridge Affiliation (see also from)
University of Cambridge, Department of applied economics
Vane, Howard R.
Wheatcroft, S. G.
渋谷, 行雄 (1928-)
Titles: 
Accounts of Society., The
Aspects of economic and social modelling
Autobiography
Bibliography of Richard Stone's Works, 1936-1984.
Champernowne (D.G.) - Uncertainty and Estimation in Economics.
Changes in productivity
Input-output relationships between a main model and a submodel
James Alan Calvert Brown: An Appreciation.
Materials for a Balance of the Soviet National Economy, 1928–1930
measurement of consumers' expenditure and behaviour in the United Kingdom 1920-1938., The
Model design and simulation
National income and expenditure
Nobel Memorial Lecture 1984: The Accounts of Society.
Political Economy, Economics and Beyond.
Quantity and price indexes in national accounts
Random shocks in a simple growth model
Simple Growth Process Tending to Stationarity., A
Social Accounting: The State of Play.
Some British empiricists in the social sciences, 1650-1900
Special Issue on the Review of the United Nations System of National Accounts: Comments on the Overall Programme.
System of Social Matrices., A
système de statistiques sociales et démographiques (ONU), Le
Wassily W. Leontief, Leonid V. Kantorovich, Tjalling C. Koopmans and J. Richard N. Stone
When Will the War End?
Whittling Away at the Residual: Some Thoughts on Denison's Growth Accounting: A Review Article.
Working with What We Have: How Can Existing Data Be Used in the Construction and Analysis of Socio-Demographic Matrices?
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