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5 AGGREGATE INVESTMENT FUNCTIONS In this section the alternative investment functions discussed above will be estimated using annual data for the United Kingdom for the post-war period. Data are available in a consistent form for 1955-70 giving 16 observations. To allow for up to three lagged values of variables to be included the investment functions will be fitted for 1958-70. The data are taken from the Blue Book: National Income and Expenditure 1971 and earlier, unless otherwise stated, and the monetary variables are expressed in 1963 prices.
If oc. + fl < 1 there are decreasing returns to scale and for oc. + fl> 1 there are increasing returns to scale.
The equations of the neoclassical theory of investment were estimated for all 18 of these groups so that some evidence of the effects of aggregation is available. For example, the error in aggregating from 15 sub-industries to total manufacturing is examined by comparing the residual sums of squares of the 15 separate industry regressions with the residual sums of squares of a regression for all 15 industries in which the parameters are constrained to be identical. Similar tests for components of total durables and total non-durables were also carried out.
An Introduction to Applied Econometric Analysis by R. F. Wynn, K. Holden (auth.)