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1, pp. 5-28). Neither Copeland nor Leontief are mentioned. A presentation and discussion of the first British accounts of 1941, making use of reactions collected at that time, is found in Oleg Arkhipoff’s Introduction a la comptabilite nationale. Q u ’est-ce que I ’economie nationale? [Introduction to National Accounting. ] (Ellipses, coll. “Marketing”, 1995, pp. 44-48). In addition to Studenski, many references are to be found in Carson and Patinkin. In the Zoltan Kenessey book already mentioned, The Accounts o f Nations, there are numerous references to Fisher, Copeland, Martin and other American authors.
3. Methods of estimation In practice, estimating the national income of a country consisted in gathering the largest possible amount of data, and processing it ingeniously and with as much rigor as possible because o f the considerable gaps in the availability of data. Those were the days of enlightened amateurs. Studenski distributes, or mentions, praises and blames. This is a frequent problem even nowadays; most results presented by authors lack the required documentation. Petty, the real father of the idea, does not vacillate in drawing conclusions beyond the reach that the quality of his statistics allows.
161-297) is also invaluable; it takes stock of the state of the art by the middle of the 20th century in a historical perspective. The rest o f the book (pp. 299511) provides information by country that one would wish to be available also for the second part o f the 20th century. The book has many references. A great number of them can also be found in Comptabilite nationale [National Accounting] (Dalloz, 1965) by Jean Marczewski, as footnotes to chapter II. “Historique de la Comptabilite Nationale” [A historical perspective on national accounting], by Alfred Sauvy, in relation with short term forecasting, appears in Economie et Statistique (no.
A History of National Accounting by A. Vanoli