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anjali_pant Group Title

Please explain the OKUN'S LAW in detail !

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  1. vaboro Group Title
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    have you tried Wikipedia?

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Okun%27s_law

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    Wiki is just too general. I wanted to understand the concept and the explanation of each of the parameter used in the okun's law

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    Iam unable to open the book @vaboro

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    you need a djvu reader

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    Do I need FPV ?

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    I dont have that ! What to do ?

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    I looked at wikipedia and, in fact, I think it explains Okun's law quite thoroughly according to wiki "Okun's rule of thumb" is an empirical, meaning coming from practice, experience (thus, the word "empirical" - it means from experience), not from theory (if it came from theory it would be an abstract concept), relationship between unemployment and GDP.

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    Okie I'll check . And what to do with that book ? :-(

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  10. vaboro Group Title
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    type in Google "djvu reader" and download one that you like

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    can you send me the link please ?

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  12. vaboro Group Title
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    depends on what machine you work...

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    windows 7

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  14. vaboro Group Title
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    or you can find it yourself

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    okie thanks a lottt ! :-)

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    hope it helps..

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