Klein's researches produced a series of increasingly detailed and sophisticated
models of economic activity. The Wharton Models found wide use in forecasting
gross national product, exports, investment, and consumption. A more
ambitious effort, the LINK project, incorporated data gathered from
a large number of industrialized, centrally planned, and developing
countries to forecast trade and capital movements and to test the effects
of proposed changes in political and economic policies.
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