Vol.57, No.2 (2009) Contents

Vol.57, No.2

PagesTitle/Author(s)
197-199 Memories of Dr. Hirotsugu Akaike
Genshiro KITAGAWA
Special Topic: Network Information Theory - Sensing and Coding -
201 On the Special Topic "Network Information Theory - Sensing and Coding -"
Shiro IKEDA
203-219 Hash Property of an Ensemble of Sparse Matrices and Multi-terminal Source Codes
Jun MURAMATSU and Shigeki MIYAKE
221-232 Statistical Mechanics of Sensing and Coding
Tatsuto MURAYAMA
233-251 Information Sensing and Multiterminal Source Coding
Yasutada OOHAMA
Special Topic: Statistical Analysis of Micro Economic Data - Structure of Japanese Incorporated Enterprises -
253-254 On the Special topic "Statistical Analysis of Micro Economic Data"
Takahiro TSUCHIYA
255-275 Developments of “Establishment and Enterprise Statistical Survey” and “Financial Statement Statistical Survey of Japanese Enterprises” and Creation of New Statistical Information through Combining Two Statistical Surveys Using Micro-Data Linkage Techniques
Yoshiro MATSUDA, Yasumasa BABA, Itsuko TAKEMURA and Takashi YAMAMOTO
277-303 Integrated Enterprise Database of ”Financial Statements Statistics of Corporations by Industry” and ”Establishment and Enterprise Census” : 1983-2005
Setsuo SUOH, Hiroki FURUZUMI and Tamaki MIYAUCHI
305-329 An Attempt to Compile Regional Indicators Using Financial Statistics of Japan
Yasuto YOSHIZOE, Hitoshi MOTOYAMA and Hiroki FURUZUMI
331-355 An Essay on the Relation between Rate of Dispatched or Subcontracted Employees in the Work Force of Enterprises and Transition of Wage Cost Proportions
Tamaki MIYAUCHI
357-369 E-Commerce among Corporate Groups
Yoshiyuki INABA
371-392 Debt Maturity Structure of SMEs in Japan
Yoshinori KON and Seisho SATO
393-411 Measurement Methodology of Disparity Ratio between Executive Officer's Average Payroll and Worker's Average Payroll by Using the Financial Statements Statistics of Corporations by Industry
Mikio SUGA
413-424 A Comparison of Estimators for the Survey of Corporation Statistics
Takahiro TSUCHIYA, Kanji YOSHIOKA and Yoshiro MATSUDA

425-442 Nonparametric Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Multi-population Size Indices -- Application to Microdata Sets of Two Occasions --
Shido SAI
443-447 A Sufficient Condition for Observation Noise Not to Affect the Extreme Value Distribution
Yoichi NISHIYAMA and Takaaki SHIMURA

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