Roy George Douglas Allen

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Roy George Douglas Allen

Roy George Douglas Allen (Worcester, 3 giugno 1906Southwold, 29 settembre 1983) è stato uno statistico britannico.

È atato insegnante universitario alla London School of Economics and Political Science e consulente di statistica alle Nazioni Unite.

Opere[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  • The Nature of Indifference Curves, 1934, RES.
  • The Concept of the Arc Elasticity of Demand, 1934, RES
  • A Reconsideration of the Theory of Value, 1934, Economica, Part II 1(2), pp. 196-219. (Part I by J.R. Hicks)
  • Family Expenditure (with A.L. Bowley), 1935.
  • Mathematical Analysis for Economists, 1938. 1st-page chapter links. Review fragments by J.R. Hicks[1] and Carl F. Christ (1st paragraph).[2]
  • The Supply of Engineering Labor under Boom Conditions (with B. Thomas), 1939, Economic Journal.
  • Statistics for Economists, 1949.
  • Index Numbers of Retail Prices, 1938-51, 1952, Applied Statistics.
  • Mathematical Economics, 1956. Review fragments by Oskar Morgenstern[3], C.F. Carter,[4] and Carl F. Christ (2nd and 3rd para.).[5]
  • Macroeconomic Theory, 1967.
  • On Official Statistics and Official Statisticians, 1970, J of Royal Statistical Society.
  • Index Numbers in Theory and Practice, 1975.
  • Introduction to National Accounts Statistics, 1980.

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