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Title: Fractional differencing in Time series analysis
Researcher: Joseph robin.S
Guide(s): Easwara Prasad.G
Keywords: Fractional differencing,Time series analysis, agricultural, relatively stable, commodities
Upload Date: 7-Jan-2014
University: Manonmaniam Sundaranar University
Completed Date: June 2012
Abstract: Agriculture, the main occupation for majority of the people in most of the newlinedeveloping countries is a source of livelihood and sustenance and its growth provides the newlinegreatest hope for improving their living standards. In India about 64 percent of the newlinepopulation mostly in poorer deprived rural areas are dependent on this sector for their newlinelivelihood. The developing countries in which farm workers constitute two thirds of the labour price and 40 percent of its population lives in poverty have more difficult task of newlinebalancing the producer s and consumer s interests . newlineAgriculture produces food stuff and raw materials. The demand for which in the newlineaggregate is relatively stable in the short run. But the farmers who are the back bones of newlineagriculture are put to lot of hardships due to the imbalance in the price of agricultural newlinecommodities. newline
Pagination: vi, 180p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/14793
Appears in Departments:S T Hindu College

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