About the stability of the inventory-sales ratio : An empirical study with US sectoral data.
Jacques, Jean-François; Salem, Mélika Ben (1996), About the stability of the inventory-sales ratio : An empirical study with US sectoral data., Applied Economics Letters, 3, 7, p. 467-469
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Journal nameApplied Economics Letters
Chapman & Hall
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Abstract (EN)Discusses the inventory sales-ratio during the post-war era in the United States. Studies on the ratio of the variances of inventories and production ; Methods used in measuring inventory ratios; Increasing ratio in trade sector.
Subjects / KeywordsInventories; Empirical trends; United States
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