Definition of Subperiods
1. subperiod [n] - See also: subperiod
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subperiods
Literary usage of Subperiods
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. America's Great Depression by Murray Newton Rothbard (2000)
"Over the 12 subperiods, uncontrolled reserves declined by $1.04 billion, ... In the 12 subperiods, uncontrolled factors declined seven times and increased ..."
2. SAS High-Performance Forecasting 2.2: User's Guide (2006)
"If a subperiod is specified, the shift index cannot be greater than the number of subperiods in the whole interval. For example, you could use YEAR2.24, ..."
3. Economic Effects of Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Orders and ...by DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... than levels during other subperiods during the January 1981-May 1994 sample period (column I).79 This result is supported by data in table 8-4, ..."
4. Agriculture and Economic Growth in Argentina, 1913-84 by Yair Mundlak, Domingo Cavallo, Roberto Domenech (1989)
"Such an extension makes it possible to examine two important subperiods: the ... These three subperiods differ considerably in their prevailing economic ..."
5. The Brazilian Wheat Policy: Its Costs, Benefits, and Effects on Food Consumption by Geraldo M. Calegar, George Edward Schuh (1988)
"The wheat consumption policy had two distinct subperiods—the first from 1966 ... The wheat production policy had different subperiods of subsidization and ..."
6. Incentives and Constraints in the Transformation of Punjab Agriculture by Anya McGuirk, Yair Mundlak (1991)
"In principle, this could be done by analyzing the data of the two subperiods separately. However, the implementation is not that simple when there is a ..."