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The technique discussed by Gujarati (1970a, b) can be thought of as involving expansions in terms of dummy variables for the purpose of determining whether regressions are significantly different over data subsets. ) can also be conceptualized as involving expansions in terms of time and/or timelagged variables and variates. Also, some substantively oriented contributions suggest themselves as the product of ‘expansions’. For instance, the introduction of neutral technological 26 THE DUAL EXPANSION METHOD progress into a Cobb-Douglas production function involves what in the expansion method terminology would be called the expansion of a coefficient into a linear function of time.
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